Radio static, wild sewing machines, a popcorn inferno that no one started — these are just a few things that will get your blood pumping while you watch the prequel to "The Conjuring.""Annabelle" starts with the cult murder of neighbors and continues with the satanic haunting of a vintage children’s toy. Though the central figure is a doll, which has been done numerous times, this movie offers a fresh take on how to fight the evil within it.
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If you're familiar with the music of Three 6 Mafia, you likely know its southern hip-hop style. And if you're a fan of the style, you would have thoroughly enjoyed the Juicy J concert.On Oct. 6, downtown Muncie welcomed Juicy J to the Horizon Convention Center.
Breanna Daugherty is a sophomore photojournalism major and writes ‘In BRiEf’ for The Daily News.
I am a woman. I am also a huge fan of foreign and domestic politics and therefore don’t need to be tricked into caring about politics by a poorly executed “Say Yes to the Dress” parody for the governor’s race in Florida.If it sounds ridiculous, that’s because it is.In a video published on Oct. 1, the College Republican National Committee targeted young female voters to support Rick Scott as he faces off against Charlie Crist in the Florida governor’s race.
Though Thom Yorke's most recent release, "Tomorrow's Modern Boxes," dropped Sept. 26 as a surprise album, the sound isn't anything that takes fans by surprise.The Radiohead frontman teamed with longtime collaborator Nigel Godrich on the project.
I probably won’t live to see 30. Statistically, the cards are not in my favor. Malignant mesothelioma is an incredibly rare, terminal cancer that carries a five to 10 percent five-year survival rate.
Jordan Huffer is a junior photojournalism major and writes ‘Born in a Ball Jar’ for The Daily News.
The NFL doesn’t care what you think of Adrian Peterson or Ray Rice. It blocks out the outrage, the domestic violence defense groups and the fact that you want it to have a higher moral compass.But it doesn’t have one.
It is in my nature never to quit. I am an athlete at heart, with a competitive streak that makes my brother and sister hesitate to play a game of Monopoly with me. So naturally, as I returned for my second week of wheelchair basketball and attached the wheels to the shiny red seat of the #15 chair, I was determined to improve my performance.
It’s clear from the first few scenes that the main character of Fox’s “Gotham” isn’t young Detective James Gordon, his morally-ambiguous partner Harvey Bullock or even low-level criminal Oswald Cobblepot.It’s Gotham City.
I have never been that good at basketball, I can’t make a three-point shot, do not ask me to dribble with my left hand — I ruled out a career in the WNBA long ago.
Dakota Crawford is a senior journalism and telecommunications major and writes ‘Full-Court Press’ for the Daily News.
Ball State, like a lot of universities, encourages students to get their degree in four years. The university will even give you a $500 scholarship if you are set up to graduate in four years.But four years just doesn’t work for everyone.
The only terrorist organization to be mistaken for a fictional spy agency, ISIS, was accidentally created by the United States and western countries.The group has beheaded two journalists with promises to kill more. Unfortunately, with the European Union in constant turmoil since 2011 and the United States still in a slow recovery from a recession in 2008, western countries aren’t equipped to deal with the group of rag-tag anti-government fighters that we used to root for.
I love the NBA draft.For 60 young men across the world, it represents the final step in a lifelong dream of playing professional basketball.
Learn how to make cross-stitches in a columnist's DIY project.
I was sitting in a small cubicle editing the pages of Gay City News’ Pride issue and listening to the new Alt-J song when my editor tapped me on the back and said, “Indiana struck down the ban on gay marriage.”
This Valentine’s Day episode is easily one of the best “Orange Is the New Black” has to offer, somehow pulling of an episode with a massive amount of information.
This episode is all about bringing up the division of race that we’ve seen limitedly in the past.
“A Whole Other Hole” finally answers the many questions of Morello from what landed her in Litchfield to her darling, Christopher.