Arts & culture correspondent Alex Rothers shares her picks for the top horror films you can watch on Netflix to get into the Halloween spirit.
Kansan arts columnist Rachel Gaylor reviews “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” a Netflix television show, which follows the journey of Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka) and her adventures with her aunts and friends.
Arts and culture correspondent Anna Krause reviews the "spooky folk" band Blue False Indigo with its "stirring vocals and intricately woven harmonies."
While the newest rendition of "Halloween" nods to the 1978 original, it expresses a message of feminism that unmistakably make it a modern-day film.
"Carnival of Souls," a horror movie made in the 1960s, was shot and filmed in Lawrence, displaying several notable spots on Massachusetts Street in the film.
The Kansan staff created a Halloween playlist to give music listeners some spooky vibes this Halloween.
University graduate Alicia Erickson loves Halloween so much that she celebrates for the entire month of October and will wear six different handmade costumes this year.
Kansan arts columnist Gus Hunninghake reviews "The Haunting of Hill House," another masterpiece created by Mike Flanagan.