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The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Nope had areas it could improve on, but Peele has nonetheless proved his horror prowess once again.

Movie Review: ‘Nope’ another Jordan Peele classic

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist August 17, 2022

This review of Jordan Peele's latest entry into the cinematic “Nope,” will not be spoiler free. Take this time to go to your local theater and pick up an extra large popcorn with butter. This is your...

Podcast Review: Old Gods of Appalachia chock full of thrills

Podcast Review: ‘Old Gods of Appalachia’ chock full of thrills

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist July 20, 2022

Hot girl summer? Not a chance. Horror podcast summer? Without a doubt.  "Old Gods of Appalachia," a horror podcast anthology, has you covered for those drives between shifts at your summer job...

The Thicket is a great read if you are looking for societal commentary, but not as great if you are hoping to be really scared.

Book Review: ‘The Thicket’ highlights ‘horrors’ of corporate greed

JUSTIN WASHINGTON, Evergreen research editor March 30, 2022

“The Thicket” by Noelle W. Ihli is a book I found on Amazon. Because virtually anything can be published on the platform, most books there are a hit-or-miss. Set in rural Idaho, the Halloween attraction...

Even with some lackluster characters, Colony of the Lost has a plot that is entertaining and thoughtful enough to stay engaging.

Book Review: ‘Colony of the Lost’ provokes thought on human nature, society

JUSTIN WASHINGTON, Evergreen research editor February 8, 2022

“Colony of the Lost” by Derik Cavignano blends horror, mystery and an underlying message about how close-mindedness leads to death. The book takes on several perspectives in a third-person narrative,...

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