Hostel – Center Hostel http://center-hostel.com/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 12:04:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://center-hostel.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/icon-2021-08-02T211356.633-150x150.png Hostel – Center Hostel http://center-hostel.com/ 32 32 Students say booking policy is again flouted in hostel allocation, plan protests in November – Edexlive https://center-hostel.com/students-say-booking-policy-is-again-flouted-in-hostel-allocation-plan-protests-in-november-edexlive/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 12:04:00 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/students-say-booking-policy-is-again-flouted-in-hostel-allocation-plan-protests-in-november-edexlive/ The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNUSU) Students’ Union has submitted a memorandum to the Dean of Students at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), demanding the immediate implementation of reservation policies for the allocation of hostels to new students. undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) lots. The students say the booking guidelines for the housing estate have been flouted […]]]>

The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNUSU) Students’ Union has submitted a memorandum to the Dean of Students at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), demanding the immediate implementation of reservation policies for the allocation of hostels to new students. undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) lots. The students say the booking guidelines for the housing estate have been flouted yet again. Earlier, in July this year, the students alleged such discrepancies in the award process. “The same problem keeps repeating itself and we have to write to the administration to fix it or organize protests,” says Sagnik Sarkar, a second-year student at the institution. The students have informed us that they will organize a demonstration against this issue on November 24th.

What happened?
Batch 2022 UG courses started yesterday, November 21 and PG courses are due to start on November 28; however, the students claim that the JNU administration has not yet provided the students with accommodation facilities or an allotment list. A statement released by JNUSU states, “As verification of documents for admissions to different programs is ongoing at JNU, JNU administration has once again failed to provide timely accommodation to students.” According to the hostel handbook of the institute, SC/ST and PwD students should be given priority when choosing a hostel, nevertheless, only PwD students in the P1 and P2 categories received a hostel allowance until now.

Previous violation of reservation policy
During the previous admissions cycle, there were also claims of violations of reservation rules. Reserved category students who enrolled in the non-reserved category did not receive preference for hostel assignment in the non-reserved category. A press release issued by JNUSU cites examples to say: “…in the first list of hostels released for UG 2021 batch ‘boy students’, out of the 50 seats allocated, 13 seats were allocated to students in the EWS category, which is more than double the 10% reservation allocated to the EWS category. Subsequently, the places in the unreserved category were reduced to only 11 places…. This actually led to to a situation where SC/ST/OBC students had to wait a long time for hostel allocation.

Request for more hostel buildings and genderless hostels
Students are also demanding that the university start building more hostels in light of the addition of new courses and increased enrollment. “The current situation has deteriorated so much that the University does not even have the capacity to host two Master’s batches simultaneously,” the JNUSU statement said. They further demand that the university take the necessary steps to build gender-neutral homes to ensure a safe and healthy learning environment, especially for members of the LGBTQIA+ community.

Letter to the Dean of Students
The memorandum written to the Dean of Students by JNUSU on November 21 indicates that many students drop out or cancel their admission due to the delay in the award. The letter also outlines the students’ demands, which include the following: a separate wing for the LGBTQI+ community, infrastructure to ensure inclusive space, priority for SC/ST under “constitutionally mandated reservation”, seats hostel rooms to be made available for the SC/ST/OBC category, release of hostel rooms available on the Inter-Hall Administration (IHA) website, and more. Some of the additional requests include:
– Assignment of households to category P3 PwD
– Improved accessibility of homes for people with disabilities
– Align the cost of MBA-specific hostels with the costs of other hostels

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A multi-millionaire accused of endangering the water supply of the island of Jura https://center-hostel.com/a-multi-millionaire-accused-of-endangering-the-water-supply-of-the-island-of-jura/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 16:12:00 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/a-multi-millionaire-accused-of-endangering-the-water-supply-of-the-island-of-jura/ The site is 6 km from the estate on the Jura single-track road. An islander, who chose to remain anonymous, said: ‘Our broadband is poor, we have a limited water supply and other city services are overloaded. “Our out-of-hours medical service is precarious and policing on the island is casual at best.” Architects at GCA […]]]>

The site is 6 km from the estate on the Jura single-track road.

An islander, who chose to remain anonymous, said: ‘Our broadband is poor, we have a limited water supply and other city services are overloaded.

“Our out-of-hours medical service is precarious and policing on the island is casual at best.”

Architects at GCA Design, on behalf of the estate, say staff have been forced to live in temporary pods on the estate itself, saying this is “neither a long- or medium-term sustainable option”.

In a design statement, the architects said there was no alternative to Craighouse and that staff deserved to be somewhere “separate and distinct from their working environment”.

Completion date set for April

On Tuesday, councilors gave the go-ahead for work to start on the planned Craighouse hostel, with a completion date set for next April.

The site would also share access with 10 new affordable homes on Otter Brae, which have just been completed by the West Highland Housing Association.

The decision prompted a backlash from the Jura community council, which warned that the ‘scale of the development’ would overload the island’s roads, ferries and shops, which are already ‘stretched beyond capacity’ .

Another islander told the Oban Times, a local newspaper, that “population levels in the Jura may already be at their peak”.

“Our single-lane roads are currently in poor condition and the increased traffic on them will not only lead to more maintenance issues, but there are also health and safety issues.

“Council is already aware of our busy and unsuitable ferry, which continues to break down, causing many problems for residents, businesses and visitors.”

Ardfin Estate and GCA Design have been approached for comment.

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Madras HC clears Tamil Nadu school to reopen 4 months after class 12 pupil’s suicide https://center-hostel.com/madras-hc-clears-tamil-nadu-school-to-reopen-4-months-after-class-12-pupils-suicide/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 18:14:03 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/madras-hc-clears-tamil-nadu-school-to-reopen-4-months-after-class-12-pupils-suicide/ The Madras High Court has authorized the reopening of a private school in Kallakurichi, Tamil Nadu, four months after it closed following the suicide of a class 12 pupil. Chenai,UPDATED: Nov 15, 2022 11:44 PM IST In July, a class 12 student who was studying at a private school in Kallakurichi, Tamil Nadu, committed suicide […]]]>

The Madras High Court has authorized the reopening of a private school in Kallakurichi, Tamil Nadu, four months after it closed following the suicide of a class 12 pupil.

In July, a class 12 student who was studying at a private school in Kallakurichi, Tamil Nadu, committed suicide by jumping from her hostel building. (Representative photo)

Strong points

  • A class 12 student jumped from her school’s hostel building in July.
  • The school was closed after the family suspected foul play on the part of the institution.
  • The HC has now authorized the school to hold physical lessons for pupils in grades 9 to 12.

By Akshaya Nath: The Madras High Court on Tuesday cleared the reopening of a private school in Tamil Nadu’s Kallakurichi district, four months after it closed after a class 12 student jumped from the school’s hostel building.

There was a lot of public outrage against the school after a class 12 pupil jumped from the hostel building in July this year. The school was vandalized and the family suspected foul play and alleged the school had a role in the student’s death.

A three-member panel of doctors from the Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research in Pondicherry was formed to investigate the death and review the two post-mortem reports to find out if there had been any act. criminal. Doctors rejected any form of foul play and said the student died as a result of the building’s fall.

The Madras High Court has now cleared the reopening of the school and allowed physical lessons for students in grades 9 to 12.

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Nagaland CM Neiphiu Rio inaugurates the Working Women Hostel in Dimapur https://center-hostel.com/nagaland-cm-neiphiu-rio-inaugurates-the-working-women-hostel-in-dimapur/ Sat, 12 Nov 2022 15:38:10 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/nagaland-cm-neiphiu-rio-inaugurates-the-working-women-hostel-in-dimapur/ Neiphiu Rio speaking at the inauguration of the Working Women Hostel at Walford Colony in Dimapur on Saturday. (EM pictures) Our journalist Dimapur, Nov. 12 (EMN): Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio said on Saturday that the divestment policy is the way to go because the government “cannot do business, own and run everything”, and should […]]]>
Neiphiu Rio speaking at the inauguration of the Working Women Hostel at Walford Colony in Dimapur on Saturday. (EM pictures)

Our journalist

Dimapur, Nov. 12 (EMN): Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio said on Saturday that the divestment policy is the way to go because the government “cannot do business, own and run everything”, and should just act as a facilitator, while private parties, entrepreneurs and the business community conduct the economic operations.

Inaugurating the Working Women Hostel at Walford Colony in Dimapur, Rio said the former Prime Minister of India, the government led by Atal Bihari Vajpayee first introduced the policy of divestment in India. Describing it as one of the “most visible and beneficial policies”, he said the estimated income from the divestment was INR 5,000 crore but turned out to be INR 9,000 crore.


Taking the example of an advanced nation, the Chief Minister said that all government policies are only aimed at facilitating, guiding, training and assisting (entrepreneurs); everything is privatized from the smallest to the largest.

“So, it’s time for a change,” he said, adding that the mindset of leaders should focus on nurturing and nurturing young entrepreneurs as young people rise to the challenges.

He said people are now completely dependent on the government and the state economy is a wage economy.

Rio also congratulated the Ministry of Urban Development and Municipal Affairs for the successful completion of the building, an initiative undertaken by the Center.

“This housing is specifically for urban women living in poverty and slum dwellers, and it will accommodate single working women, widows, divorced women and single mothers,” he said.

Arguing that the state is experiencing rapid urbanization, Rio said the 51-unit hostel would be useful and praised the Northern Angami Public Organization (NAPO) for donating the land for the construction of the facility. . He also paid tribute to the pioneers of NAPO who had a far-sighted vision for the people.

The recently opened Working Women Hostel at Walford Colony in Dimapur. (EM pictures)

Rio urged people to “live positively and gradually”; not getting discouraged when others criticize but continuing to do good things for others.

Speaking at the inaugural program, NAPO President Zeneituo Yano thanked the pioneers of the organization for allocating the area to the people and expressed his joy that the land had been put to fruitful and beneficial use.

Yano said it was a source of pride for each of them to have a beautiful building right in the center of the city, and it was their duty to uphold the sanctity and protect it wholeheartedly. . He also thanked the government ministry for the facility.

Providing the technical report, the executive engineer of the municipal affairs department, Theruovituo Pienyu, said that the project was sanctioned on March 30, 2016 through a lump sum program from the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation for an amount of INR 9.86 crore.

The total area of ​​the building is 3456 square meters, comprising 51 rooms including a children’s nursery, a disabled unit on the ground floor and a conference room.

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North Northamptonshire Council’s Kettering asylum seekers hostel injunction bid rejected https://center-hostel.com/north-northamptonshire-councils-kettering-asylum-seekers-hostel-injunction-bid-rejected/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 09:47:32 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/north-northamptonshire-councils-kettering-asylum-seekers-hostel-injunction-bid-rejected/ Counsel said he was considering his options after a High Court bid to stop a hotel in Kettering being used to house asylum seekers was rejected. They asked for an interim injunction, seeking to stop the proposal and allow more time to seek alternative places to stay for asylum seekers while their refugee claims are […]]]>

Counsel said he was considering his options after a High Court bid to stop a hotel in Kettering being used to house asylum seekers was rejected.

They asked for an interim injunction, seeking to stop the proposal and allow more time to seek alternative places to stay for asylum seekers while their refugee claims are being assessed.

The stop notice in the window of the Hotel Royal

That request has since been denied, but council leader Cllr Jason Smithers (Con) said a temporary stop notice they had also issued remained in effect. The notice orders that the location not be used as a home for asylum seekers, alleging a breach of planning control, and is valid for 28 days from November 4.

Cllr Smithers said: ‘North Northamptonshire Council takes its responsibility to asylum seekers very seriously. The council have already offered to have discussions with the Home Office to help identify suitable hotels in the area and we welcome any information they can provide that will enable us to locate suitable alternative accommodation.

“We do not believe that the Royal Hotel in Kettering is the appropriate place to accommodate asylum seekers for a number of reasons. We do not believe that the proposals have been properly considered to ensure the best possible welfare of the asylum seekers. asylum seekers and the local communities in which they are hosted. We are now considering our options in light of the High Court’s rejection of the injunction.”

The temporary shutdown notice served on Payman Holdings 5 ​​Limited, which is posted in the windows of the hotel, alleges there has been an “unauthorized” change in use of the site. He warns of the risk of prosecution – with a fine of up to £20,000 in magistrates’ court – for breaches.

The Home Office plan was brought to the council’s attention on October 27. Cllr Smithers said they were told asylum seekers could have come to the hotel on November 4 – the day they applied for the interim injunction.

In a statement, counsel said applications for emergency injunctions are considered by the courts without notice to defendants and without the opportunity for them to make representations until a later date. They said the court determined they did not want to consider the claim on this basis and instead all parties should be given an opportunity to be heard from the outset. Counsel’s statement indicates that their claim was dismissed on this basis and the merits of the claim were not considered.

Amid criticism of the council’s decision to use taxpayers’ money for the failed injunction bid, Cllr Smithers said they spent less than £200 on it – and said it could have been a much bigger problem if the asylum seekers had arrived that night.

He said: “We are happy to step in and help, but it’s all about having the right location.”

NNC is now considering whether to reapply for an injunction with notice and is awaiting the results of other local authorities who have also taken legal action. Other councils including Fenland, Ipswich and East Riding of Yorkshire have made similar requests.

Cllr Anne Lee (Lab, Windmill) said some labor councils have taken in asylum seekers after networking with voluntary organizations and churches, and the local mosque is ready to help. But she said that because the system is ‘broken’, health care, housing and social services are so understaffed and underfunded that there ‘seems to be no place in the hostel. “.

The hotel, which once hosted Queen Victoria, had been bought by investment firm Paymán Investments, who wanted to restore it to its former glory and turn it into a community center, as part of a $2.2 million deal. pounds sterling last year.

A Home Office spokesperson said it was not commenting on operational arrangements for individual sites used to house asylum seekers.

The spokesperson said: “The number of people arriving in the UK in need of accommodation has reached record levels and has put our asylum system under incredible pressure.

“The use of hotels to accommodate asylum seekers is unacceptable – there are currently over 37,000 asylum seekers in hotels costing the UK taxpayer £5.6 million a day. The use hotels is a short term solution and we are working hard with local authorities to find suitable accommodation.

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Man jailed for life for fatally stabbing fellow Wimbledon hostel resident https://center-hostel.com/man-jailed-for-life-for-fatally-stabbing-fellow-wimbledon-hostel-resident/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 13:24:07 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/man-jailed-for-life-for-fatally-stabbing-fellow-wimbledon-hostel-resident/ (met font) A man has been jailed for life for fatally stabbing another resident at a hostel in Wimbledon. Mongo Bolili was sentenced on Friday for the murder of Paul Dalton in what police said was a brief but deadly assault. During the January 2021 incident, the couple had a disagreement and Bolili allegedly attacked […]]]>

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A man has been jailed for life for fatally stabbing another resident at a hostel in Wimbledon.

Mongo Bolili was sentenced on Friday for the murder of Paul Dalton in what police said was a brief but deadly assault.

During the January 2021 incident, the couple had a disagreement and Bolili allegedly attacked Mr Dalton as he sat in the bedroom of another resident at the scene.

Bolili was sentenced to a minimum of 23 years, reduced to 21 years and 72 days due to time spent in detention. He had previously pleaded not guilty but was sentenced in July at the Old Bailey.

Police said they found Mr Dalton in a pool of blood when they were called to the Wimbledon address in the early hours of January 13, 2021, after reports of a stabbing. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Paul Dalton (Met Police)

Paul Dalton (Met Police)

A special autopsy held the following day revealed that the cause of death was a single stab wound to the back of the left thigh, puncturing the femoral vein and artery.

CCTV captured Paul slamming a common door, adjacent to Bolili’s bedroom. Bolili then searched the building, apparently looking for Mr Dalton.

The metropolitan police said the victim was sitting in a friend’s bedroom before Bolili entered and then left within two minutes. This is when the attack was inflicted. The victim’s friend witnessed the attack and alerted residents and staff who called the police and administered first aid.

Forensic examination found Paul’s blood on the blade and Bolili’s DNA on the handle.

Chief Detective Inspector Jim Shirley, who led the investigation, said: ‘Bolili claimed Paul’s friend stabbed him, but there was no evidence to support it.

“My team of officers worked quickly and incredibly hard for Paul and I thank them for their diligence and dedication. I hope Paul’s family can take some comfort in the fact that we did everything we could to do them justice.

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SFI goons lock down college principal for suspending 2 classmates https://center-hostel.com/sfi-goons-lock-down-college-principal-for-suspending-2-classmates/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 08:33:33 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/sfi-goons-lock-down-college-principal-for-suspending-2-classmates/ On Wednesday November 2, hooligans associated with the Student Federation of India (SFI) locked the principal of a college in his room for 6 hours. The incident happened at Kattappana Government College in Idukki district of Kerala. According to reports, the manager of the women’s hostel had reprimanded two female students for arriving late at […]]]>

On Wednesday November 2, hooligans associated with the Student Federation of India (SFI) locked the principal of a college in his room for 6 hours. The incident happened at Kattappana Government College in Idukki district of Kerala.

According to reports, the manager of the women’s hostel had reprimanded two female students for arriving late at the hostel on October 28, 2022. The manager, who also happens to be a teacher at the college, had demanded an explanation from the duo for having flouted the hostel rules.

Following the incident, two SFI goons namely Jishnu KB and Ranjith broke into the women’s hostel and verbally assaulted the manager. On Tuesday November 1, the principal of Kattappana Government College, V Kannan, was forced to take disciplinary action against the two.

Jishnu and Ranjith were suspended by the college administration until November 10, 2022, for threatening the principal and illegally entering the women’s hostel.

In a bid to avenge the disciplinary action taken against their comrades, the henchmen of SFI (the student wing of the Communist Party of India (Marxist)) locked V Kannan in his office for 6 hours. He was also denied food during the illegal detention.

Although the staff council was against the idea of ​​removing or suspending the SFI leaders, they were forced to relent after the police refused to remove the goons. The suspension for Jishnu KB and Ranjith has been reduced to 5 days from the first 8 years.

In a tweet, journalist Aswin Nandakumar wrote: “. Kerala Police begging, imploring, begging a group of SFI students (18-20) to let him check if the principal they locked in his room is safe. Yes, the principal has been locked out by students.

He added, “The girls arrive late at the hostel. The manager cited rules and said he flouted safety standards. Action had to be taken, the president of the college and the leaders of SFI threatened the director. The duo received an 8-day suspension. Sfi demonstration. Locks the main for 3 hours. The police also plead. Suspension reduced to 5 days. Strike withdrawn.

SFI Militants and Their Hooliganism in Kerala Colleges

On October 25, thugs associated with the Leftist Students Federation of India (SFI) made threats against a university principal in the presence of police. The incident happened at the Maharajas Technological Institute in Thrissur district in Kerala.

According to reports, five SFI goons led by their Thrissur District Secretary, Hassan Mubarak, broke into the director’s room and threatened the acting director, Dr. P Dileep, with physical harm.

A video of the incident has now gone viral on social media. “We’ll tell you one thing. If you continue to hooliganize the students here, I will break your legs,” Hasaan said. understood said in the video.

“I’m warning you. It won’t be like what you’ve done against the students so far. It’s going to be a brand new game you’ll witness tomorrow. I’ll show you what I can do when you get off campus,” he continued his threats against the principal.

Hassan Mubarak further warned, “Do not show hooliganism to students. If you dare touch the students again…you should ask for forgiveness in writing…I’ll break your legs. Dare to show hooliganism? will set you on fire.

In August of this year, the morons of SFI locked up the main from Karyavattom Government College in Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala. The director’s only mistake was to refuse the re-admission of an SFI manager to the same course, after having graduated the previous year.

Apparently, the SFI henchmen demanded that their leader be enrolled in the same course because he had some paperwork to do. However, the director of the government college in Karyavattom refused to grant their request.

Angered by the decision, SFI activists locked the principal in his cabin for over an hour. They also waved slogans demanding the readmission of their leader.

Student activists also accused the principal of acting out of political gain. Informed of the affair, the police rushed to the college, but the student activists tried to forcibly prevent them from entering the college campus, resulting in a fight.

The police had to resort to a charge of lathi to quell the situation. According to reports, 4 cops, including the assistant commissioner of Kazhakootam, were injured during the chaos that broke out in the college. Nevertheless, the police were able to rescue the principal and escort him to safety.

They also arrested the student activists, who were responsible for the illegal confinement of the college principal. A large contingent of police has been deployed to the government college in Karyavattom to keep the situation under control.

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Cardiff’s NosDa Hostel: call to action after discovery of used needles https://center-hostel.com/cardiffs-nosda-hostel-call-to-action-after-discovery-of-used-needles/ Mon, 31 Oct 2022 19:00:00 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/cardiffs-nosda-hostel-call-to-action-after-discovery-of-used-needles/ A COUNCIL confirmed that they were looking into the problem of used needles littering the site of a former hostel. Cardiff residents have demanded action be taken on the former NosDa hostel – now derelict – on Despenser Street since it became a site of littering and drug use. The building’s outdoor space, adjacent to […]]]>

A COUNCIL confirmed that they were looking into the problem of used needles littering the site of a former hostel.

Cardiff residents have demanded action be taken on the former NosDa hostel – now derelict – on Despenser Street since it became a site of littering and drug use.

The building’s outdoor space, adjacent to the path along the River Taff, in particular, began to deteriorate, with used needles left on picnic benches.

A resident denounced the mess on social media, saying the problem had become “unhealthy and dangerous”.

NosDa announced in March 2020 that it would be closing indefinitely due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

South Wales Argus: Rubbish and used needles left on a picnic bench at the site of the now derelict former NosDa hostel in Despenser Street, Cardiff.  Photo: Ted Peskett.  Free for LDRS partnership

Litter and used needles left on a picnic bench on the site of the now derelict former NosDa hostel on Despenser Street, Cardiff.

In November 2020, the company said the hostel was still closed, but added that it plans to reopen in 2021.

The inn remains derelict and according to Companies House, Nos Da Inn is now disbanded.

A spokesperson for Cardiff Council confirmed that notice will be served on the landowner for needles and litter to the front of the property, but added that the council ‘must go through legal process’.

Members of the Cardiff Council ward for Riverside have been contacted for their thoughts on the old hostel.

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Best Movies and TV Shows to Watch on Hulu/Prime Video (October 29-30, 2022) https://center-hostel.com/best-movies-and-tv-shows-to-watch-on-hulu-prime-video-october-29-30-2022/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 22:21:29 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/best-movies-and-tv-shows-to-watch-on-hulu-prime-video-october-29-30-2022/ Halloween weekend is finally here, with trick-or-treaters roaming the streets for candy and mischief as costume parties rule the roost as October draws to a close. For those looking for a quiet night or something to watch in the background as the Halloween festivities begin in earnest, First video and Hulu have plenty of scary […]]]>

Halloween weekend is finally here, with trick-or-treaters roaming the streets for candy and mischief as costume parties rule the roost as October draws to a close. For those looking for a quiet night or something to watch in the background as the Halloween festivities begin in earnest, First video and Hulu have plenty of scary movies and shows to keep audiences on their toes. Thankfully, CBR is here to help viewers sort through movie and TV tips and tricks to find the real binge-worthy gems to ring in Halloween.


Here are CBR’s streaming recommendations for Hulu and Prime Video during the last week of October 2022, from gripping thriller miniseries to acclaimed horror movies available to watch on digital platforms — if viewers dare it.

RELATED: The Peripheral and other movies and TV shows to watch on Hulu/Prime Video this weekend


The hostel prepares to shut down on Hulu

Whether Seen brought horror-torture imagery into the Hollywood mainstream, it was the Hotel series that elevated itself into truly visceral, ultraviolent territory. Beginning in 2005, the franchise’s first two installments were written, directed, and produced by prolific filmmaker Eli Roth, while the first film was produced by Roth’s longtime collaborator. Quentin Tarantino. Hotel and Inn: Part II are both set to leave Hulu by the end of October, making them the last chance to watch them on the platform as a dual feature for the foreseeable future.

The first one Hotel follows a group of American college students who stay at a Slovakian hostel, lured by its handsome patrons, only to find it’s a front for the ultra-rich to pay to torture people to death. Inn: Part II doubles down on violence while heightening gothic imagery with operatively gory glee as a distinct group of American college students stumble upon the murderous organization. Certainly not everyone’s cup of tea, the Hotel the movies offer an upbeat Halloween viewing option, with graphic fury not for the faint of heart.

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Crimes of the Future Unveils Body Horror on Hulu

If there’s one filmmaker who embodies body horror, certainly with as much artistic esteem as the general public bestows on the genre, it’s David Cronenberg. After more than a decade creating dramas and crime films, Cronenberg returns to the genre he helped popularize with his latest film, Future Crimes, streaming exclusively on Hulu. The body horror film reunites Cronenberg with frequent collaborator Viggo Mortensen, who is joined by co-stars Lea Seydoux and Kristen Stewart.

Set in the future, biotechnology can now interface directly with the human body to radically alter its physiology. For performance artist Saul Tenser (Mortensen), it gives him the ability to grow extra organs which he and his partner Caprice (Seydoux) surgically remove to entertain their audience. As an anti-government group approaches Tenser to advance their evolution agenda, they must decide where they stand as a body count begins to grow from the conflict.

RELATED: David Cronenberg remains the king of body horror with Future Crimes

The Downhill takes its final dip on Prime Video

A peculiar kind of sadness accompanies European horror, and the 2005 British film Lowering certainly does not escape this distinction. Six women decide to embark on a bonding exercise by caving in a vast network of unexplored caves in North Carolina. As the group ventures deeper into the tunnels, they learn that they are populated by humanoid creatures nicknamed the Crawlers who have grown feral and developed a taste for human flesh.

With its dark, claustrophobic setting and constant feeling of being chased away, Lowering is one of the best horror films to come out of the UK. With filmmaker Neil Marshall at the helm as writer and director, the film escalates the tension between its characters as old tensions begin to surface, adding to the dark tone and unrelenting dread. A genre master class, Lowering is set to leave Prime Video at the end of October, giving viewers just enough time to check it out.

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Run Sweetheart Run Races for Prime Video

Filmmaker Shana Feste Leads an All-Star Cast in New Prime Video Original Film Run darling, run, as a screenwriter, director and producer. In the film, young single mother Cherie (Ella Balinska) decides to return to the LA dating scene, where she meets a charming suitor named Ethan (Pilou Asbaek). Although Ethan seems like a dream partner at first, Cherie quickly discovers he has a scary and violent side to his personality that makes her run for his life.

As Ethan relentlessly hunts her through the City of Angels, Cherie learns that her nightmarish situation is part of a larger conspiracy than she ever could have imagined. A tense game of cat and mouse, Balinska and Asbaek are joined by Clark Gregg and Shohreh Aghdashloo to complete the predator/prey horror story. Viciously captivating, Run darling, run is a harrowing, fast-paced thriller that’s sure to get audiences talking.

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The devil’s hour strikes on Prime Video

Ancient Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi reunites with former showrunner Steven Moffat for Prime Video original series Devil’s Hour. Created by Tom Moran, the six-episode series follows a woman named Lucy Chambers (Jessica Raine) who repeatedly wakes up at 3:33 a.m. and finds herself unable to go back to sleep. As Lucy remains baffled by his unusual sleep disorder, she learns he may be related to a strange man known simply as Gideon (Capaldi).

A psychological thriller with supernatural overtones, Devil’s Hour treads heavily on tension and suspense as Lucy’s composure steadily erodes from her strange nocturnal condition. The more Lucy delves into her mysterious connection to Gideon, the grimmer the stakes become as she realizes something far worse than timed insomnia. With all six episodes debuting at the same time, audiences can gorge themselves on the entire series from top to bottom in this gripping ride.

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The 10 Best and Scariest Halloween Movies to Guzzle on Netflix This Week https://center-hostel.com/the-10-best-and-scariest-halloween-movies-to-guzzle-on-netflix-this-week/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 10:13:01 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/the-10-best-and-scariest-halloween-movies-to-guzzle-on-netflix-this-week/ (via Getty Images) We’re rounding up the scariest movies to watch on Netflix this spooky season. Even if you’re not a fan of Halloweendark and cold nights mean October is the perfect time to watch horror movies. There are plenty of scary movies to choose from netflixso we’ve compiled a list of the scariest, scariest, […]]]>

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We’re rounding up the scariest movies to watch on Netflix this spooky season.

Even if you’re not a fan of Halloweendark and cold nights mean October is the perfect time to watch horror movies.

There are plenty of scary movies to choose from netflixso we’ve compiled a list of the scariest, scariest, and best.

1. Fear Street Trilogy (2021)

This series of American horror films based on the RL Stine book series follows a group of teenagers trying to break a curse that has haunted their town for hundreds of years. The three movies all pay homage to different horror genres – slasher, supernatural and teenage scream – and the cast includes Sadie Sink (Stranger Things), Gillian Jacobs (Community). Chiara Auerlia (Gerald’s Game) and Kiana Madeira (Trinkets).

2. Day shift (2022)

Jamie Foxx stars as Bud Jablonski, who looks like an ordinary blue-collar dad, working as a pool cleaner to support his 10-year-old daughter. However, the job is just a front for his real source of money – hunting and killing vampires. A mix of horror, comedy, action, and vampire splatter, Day Shift is seriously dark fun.

4. Insidious (2010)

Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne star in this modern classic, which spawned three hit sequels.

Created by Leigh Whannell and James Wan, this thriller chiller is about a couple who are forced to take drastic action when it turns out their new home is haunted and their son is possessed.

5. Midsommar (2019)

A truly unsettling and sinister treat, Midsommar is the story of a young American couple whose trip to a beautiful Swedish festival turns into a chilling nightmare.

Florence Pugh and Jack Reynor play the young couple who find themselves caught up in a horrifying cult.

6. Paranormal Activity 2 + 3 (2010, 2011)

The second and third movies in the Paranormal series – the two prequels – are available on Netflix.

Based on the found footage horror technique, both movies are supernatural, suspense-filled delights that will have you cowering behind your couch.

7. Hostel (2005)

If you’re looking for guts and gore, look no further than the original Hostel movie directed by Eli Roth.

The wild, corpse-filled horror classic tells the story of a group of backpackers who find themselves in a terrifying battle for survival. It’s not for those who easily feel out of place – nor those who have an upcoming city break.

8. Death Note (2017)

Adapted from the hit manga series, the film stars Willem Dafoe, Nat Wolff, Lakeith Stanfield and Margaret Qualley.

Wolff plays student Light Turner, who discovers a supernatural notebook that can kill anyone whose name is written inside the pages. Stanfields plays secret detective L, who seeks to track him down.

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9. Halloween (1998)

There have been many attempts to recapture the magic of the original John Carpenter Halloween movie and this sequel – set 20 years after the original – is one of the best.

Jamie Lee Curtis returns and is joined by Adam Arkin, Michelle Williams, Janet Leigh and Josh Hartnett, as Laurie Strode is again forced to flee and hide from the infamous masked man, Michael Myers.

10. The Woman in Black (2012)

Light on the gore but loaded with suspense, Daniel Radcliffe stars as Arthur Kipps, a bereaved lawyer for his late wife who must deal with the secrets and ghosts of a remote village in this chilling ghost story.

You’ll quickly forget Harry Potter after watching this thrilling adaptation of Susan Hill’s novel.

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