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Popcorn Miners – What Makes a Good Horror Film?

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In the premiere episode of Popcorn Miners, a new film review podcast for the Daily Collegian, Nathan Frontiero and James Davis address important elements of a good horror movie and discuss some of their contemporary and classic horror favorites.
Nathan Frontiero is a Collegian Arts staff member and can be reached at [email protected] and followed on Twitter @NathanFrontiero. James Davis is a Collegian Arts contributor and can be reached at [email protected].
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