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Welcome back to the Film Beat’s series on Disney Channel Original Movies, or DCOMs for short.

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Halloween is a month-long celebration that spans decades of movie history, from Southern Gothic to psychothriller. The film beat decided to embrace this history, dedicating each week of October to a different time period in horror.

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Indie as well as mainstream films featuring LGBTQ+ characters and plotlines are becoming more and more common, set in a variety of times and places for a larger breadth of stories.

For this installment of our October Halloween and horror series, the Film Beat looks at the 1972 Italian film,  ‘Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key.’

This article contains spoilers from the film “Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key.”

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Hubie Dubois (Adam Sandler, “Big Daddy”) is a hero. Not just in his role as Halloween guardian, protecting the town of Salem, Mass. on its most celebrated day of the year, but moreover in his unrivaled selflessness.

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Following the 2016 presidential election, a record number of women ran for Congressional seats in 2018. They were dissatisfied with how they were being represented in government and came to the conclusion that no man could ever represent them better than they themselves could.

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Halloween is a month-long celebration that spans decades of movie history, from Southern Gothic to psychothriller. The film beat embraces this history, dedicating each week of October to a different time period of horror.

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Halloween is a month-long celebration that spans decades of movie history, from Southern Gothic to psychothriller. The film beat decided to embrace this history, dedicating each week of October to a different time period in horror.

NOSELL

They’re invading. 

First, the high rise apartments sprouted throughout the city like hulking brick weeds. Then came the organic juiceries, tea-espresso fusion cafes, meadworks and, to top it all off, a SoulCycle. 

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For those of us who had cable growing up, there wasn’t anything quite like the magic of a Disney Channel Original Movie. DCOMs were fun, colorful and short enough for our tiny attention spans, so watching them always felt like a treat.