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Keeping Colton High School Informed Since 1917

The Pepper Bough

Keeping Colton High School Informed Since 1917

The Pepper Bough

The global pandemic changed the face of horror movies in 2020, causing us to question our reliance on technology in movies like Host, our relationships in The Invisible Man, and our need for mystery in The Empty Man.

The Best Years of Horror: 2020

Johnathan Linares, Pepper Bough Staff Writer
October 29, 2022
2017 was a year dominated by fresh voices in horror, including It, Get Out, and Happy Death Day.

The Best Years of Horror: 2017

Rin Salas, Pepper Bough Staff Writer
October 27, 2022
In 2002, horror movies turned bleak and infected, with zombie outbreaks, science gone wrong, and conspiracy theories. Featured here are 28 Days Later, Resident Evil, and Signs.

The Best Years of Horror: 2002

Robert Montez, Special to the Pepper Bough
October 27, 2022
In 1999, the world was on edge as the new century awaited. Horror movies were more than up to the challenge, including The Blair Witch Project, Audition, and The Sixth Sense.

The Best Years of Horror: 1999

Jeremiah Dollins, Pepper Bough Adviser
October 26, 2022
Horror goes franchise in 1984 with A Nightmare on Elm Street, Ghostbusters, and Gremlins.

The Best Years of Horror: 1984

Daphne Marquez, Pepper Bough Editor
October 25, 2022
1978 was another landmark year for horror, both in the wider culture and in the indie world. Featured here are Halloween, I Spit on Your Grave, and The Toolbox Murders.

The Best Years of Horror: 1978

Kloe Gonzales, Pepper Bough Staff Writer
October 21, 2022
1973 was a landmark year for horror, as movies like The Exorcist and The Wicker Man offered brand new scares in old packages, and cult films like The Baby showed that horror could come in many varieties.

The Best Years of Horror: 1973

Shelby Montez-Horton, Special to the Pepper Bough
October 20, 2022
1960 was a seminal year in horror filmmaking, including the release of bona fide classics like Psycho, Peeping Tom, Eyes Without a Face, and Village of the Damned.

The Best Years of Horror: 1960

Jeremiah Dollins, Pepper Bough Adviser
October 19, 2022
1931 was a cornerstone of horror cinema history, as Universal premiered both Frankenstein and Dracula. However, a German thriller and a Spanish-Language version of the classic bloodsucker may have offered even more inspiration to future filmmakers.

The Best Years of Horror: 1931

Jeremiah Dollins, Pepper Bough Adviser
October 18, 2022
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