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Review: 'Aquarius' by Tinashe has a little of everything

Former Stunners lead singer Tinashe has unapologetically gone solo, and it's all for the better. After releasing major label debut single 2 On and gaining major mainstream hype, she has dropped her debut album, Aquarius. On Aquarius, Tinashe confidently comes into her own. If her three mixtapes were not a confirmat …

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  1. Nontraditional scary movies to watch on Halloween

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    Television stations have the rights to only so many Halloween-themed films. Every year once the calendar lands on Oct. 1, the same movies play multiple times a week. There's nothing wrong with that, but, if you want to take a break from Jason or Freddy, feel free to settle down for an even more horrifying night …

  2. These Spotify ads are seriously scary

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    The music streaming program Spotify has gotten into the holiday spirit with Halloween themed playlists. However, it's not the music that has us on edge, it's the creepy advertisments. Here are the top five creepiest Spotify ads.

    Just. Want. To. Sleep. But it’s hard when you’re tucked in for the evening and this ad comes on, disrupting dreams of gentle slumber.
  3. Review: Alfred Hitchcock's 'Psycho' still horrifying

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    What better way to celebrate Halloween than by digging out a horror classic to watch? That's what I did when I watched Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho, hailed as one of the greatest horror films of all time, for the first time. The verdict? It's definitely an experience, with fine acting, perfect direction by Hitchcock …

  4. Review: 'Ouija' a sad excuse of a horror movie

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    It has not been a good year for horror movies. Case in point: Ouija, a pathetic and lazy excuse for a horror film full of generic characters, abysmal writing and half-baked attempts at legitimate scares.

    In Ouija, Douglas Smith, left, Olivia Cooke and Ana Coto use the board to contact a friend who commits suicide. But things get worse as they are haunted by a presence that is connected to the ouija board.
  5. Review: Logic masters story telling with 'Under Pressure'

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    Every couple of years, a few stellar hip-hop albums come along. For 2014, one of those albums is newcomer Logic's debut set, Under Pressure.

  6. Review: 'Aquarius' by Tinashe has a little of everything

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    Former Stunners lead singer Tinashe has unapologetically gone solo, and it's all for the better. After releasing major label debut single 2 On and gaining major mainstream hype, she has dropped her debut album, Aquarius.

  7. Straightforward Susan Boyle coming to Ruth Eckerd Hall

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    Talking to Susan Boyle is a bit startling.

    SAN DIEGO, CA - OCTOBER 08:  Susan Boyle performs at the Balboa Theater on October 8, 2014 in San Diego, California. The concert was the first of Boyle's 21-date city tour in the United States.  (Photo by Robert Benson/Getty Images for Susan Boyle)
  8. 'Real Husbands of Hollywood': The fakest reality show expertly pokes fun at genre

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    I'd be lying if I said I could watch any episode from The Real Housewives franchise without laughing at its stupidity. Who came up with the idea for a show about a bunch of whiny, narcissistic housewives, anyway? Sure, the franchise is widely successful, with seven different series based in various cities, but …

  9. Binge these Netflix shows for Halloween scares from your couch

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    Trick-or-treating isn't for everyone, especially us couch potatoes. But just because I won't be going door-to-door to hunt for candy on Halloween, that doesn't mean I won't be festive.

    John Carroll Lynch plays Twisty the Clown in American Horror Story’s current season, Freak Show. Bingeing the show’s chilling debut season Murder House will get you in a spooky spirit for Halloween.
  10. Review: Taylor Swift's '1989' pops with power (w/video)

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    As testament to both her puppet-string skills as businesswoman and pop superhero, Taylor Swift's love life is now the least interesting thing about her. As her fifth album, the sugary yet conceptual 1989, was released Monday, the pride of Wyomissing, Pa., finally earns what she always wanted: more respect …

    Singer Taylor Swift's new album is "1989."