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🎃 A Month of Halloween: Week of Paranormal

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We're about to dive into the wild, nail-biting world of the paranormal! Your ticket to heart-pounding, sleepless nights is here as the newest Exorcist movie is in theaters . Get ready for a rollercoaster ride of demonic possessions and the ultimate battle between good and evil. It's like a Halloween party, but with way more head-spinning and less candy packed . So gather your bravest friends, and brace yourself for a heart-pounding journey into the supernatural.  But before we dive into the latest Exorcist movie, it's essential to acknowledge the historical context that has significantly influenced the horror genre . The first Exorcist film came out in 1973 and roughly six years later in 1979, audiences around the world were introduced to another Paranormal Horror tent pole, The Amityville Horror, a true story of a family haunted by paranormal events, becoming a pivotal moment in horror culture.  In 1974, Ronald DeFeo Jr. tragically took the lives of six family members i

Restored in 2023

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Happy New Year from  TheArchive . Just when we thought it was safe to start a new year, we've been hit from every side of the dramatic prism that is 2023. First we had the truly shocking collapse of Damar Hamlin on the football field.  Then we had the collapse of government with Congress' gridlock in setting a Speaker of the House.  And if that wasn't enough, there's Idaho. It's a new year and despite it all...time for renewal! Since there is so much occupying our anxious attention we thought we would invite you to take a moment of pause, relaxation, and mindless restoration.  And we definitely know a thing or two about restoration. Over the last year and more we have been restoring content in our library to 4K grandeur. So take a break, throw on that new 4K flat screen you got over the holidays, and check out some of our beautifully restored movies and series. In Mutant , two brothers go on vacation in a small southern town, and discover that most of its residents