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Dulaney High School recommends scary movies

Natasha Aragon

Students and staff get in the Halloween spirit as they share their favorite scary movie.

Q: What’s your favorite scary movie and why?

Dayami Ulloa


“Freddy Krueger one’s, because they’re scary,” said Ulloa. 

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Dayami Ulloa Grade 9

Sam Mateo


“The shining…I just like the suspense, how it builds up it’s nice,” said Mateo.

Sam Mateo (Grant) Grade 10

Joshua Russell


“The Six Sense…It kinda makes you think, it has a really good plot twist at the end,” said Russell.

Joshua Russell Grade 10

Hannah Eichensehr


“I like the Ring because it was the first one I saw, and it wasn’t too spooky, but it was still interesting. It had a plot which I liked.”

Hannah Eichensehr Grade 11

Kate Leticia


“The conjuring because it’s based on a true story, and I love it,” said Leticia. 

Kate Leticia Grade 12

Sahil Mohla


“Saw II because I like it a lot,” said Mohla.

Sahil Mohla Grade 12

Mathew Lovett


“For Halloween, I would say it’s a split between ‘The Shining’ by Stanley Kubrick or ‘28 Days Later’ [by Danny Boyle]. It’s a great zombie movie. The Stanley Kubrick one ‘The Shining’ because it’s scary and it’s a classic and ‘28 Days Later’ because it’s a terrifying zombie movie,” said Lovett.

Mathew Lovett (Dulaney staff member)

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Nady Alkheshen, Staff Writer
Senior Nady Alkheshen is a first-year staff writer. He enjoys playing video games with his buddies, lifting weights and cooking in his free time. He loves cars and plans to build his own from scratch, just like he did with his PC. Alkheshen watches TV shows and has a dog and cat. (He’s the academic weapon). 
Natasha Aragon, Web Editor
Senior Natasha Aragon is a third-year staff writer and web editor. Aragon’s interests have not changed as she still enjoys watching anime, reading manga and watching gamer videos. However, she’s obsessed with contemporary romance and her boyfriend (which is obvious because she is constantly holding hands with “the academic weapon” in the halls).
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