Arts & Life

The Ryersonian's arts & life editor Michelle McNally enters the Fields of Horror at Screemers. (Photo by Natasha Hermann)

WATCH: The Fun of Fear, Ryersonian’s Halloween Special

It’s Halloween: a day for ghosts, ghouls and spooks alike.

Along with dressing up and carving pumpkins, Halloween is a time when we subject ourselves to fear we’d avoid on any regular day. We expose ourselves to the things that make us jump and our skin crawl: spiders, darkness, clowns and haunted houses. But how can pleasure derive from the feeling of fear?

by Michelle McNally· · Arts & Life
MOVIE MONDAY: “Suburbicon”

MOVIE MONDAY: “Suburbicon”

George Clooney flexes his directorial muscles once again with Suburbicon, a thriller set in an idealistic 1950s community.

The film opens with a community’s less-than-happy discovery of a black family, the Mayers, moving in. From there, the movie takes off with a story that poses twists in nearly every scene.

Food hacker. (Created by Ammi Parmar)

Food hacks: how to elevate cruddy college food

You don’t need to be Guy Fieri to take your tastebuds to Flavour Town.

by Michelle McNally· · Arts & Life, Food
(Courtesy of Tonya Williams)

Ryerson alumna receives film and television award

A Ryerson theatre alumna is being recognized for her outstanding career with a special industry award.

by Angela McLean· · Film & Television, News, Theatre
Photo by Ammi Parmar

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With Halloween around the corner, people are gravitating towards haunted houses and scary movies to get their fill of frights. We talked to a few Ryerson students to learn what they are truly scared of.

by Ammi Parmar· · Arts & Life, Humans of Ryerson
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