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4 Must Read Horror Articles

This week on Must Read Horror Articles:Bachman

  • The Fifty
  • Stephen King Week: The ballad of Richard Bachman, alter ego of Stephen King
  • The Top 10 Horror Stories
  • Three Elements That Make Good Horror Games

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The Fifty

Joe Hill’s top 50 favourite books on his website Joe Hill Fiction.

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Stephen King Week: The ballad of Richard Bachman, alter ego of Stephen King

An article exploring Stephen King’s alter ego, Richard Bachman, from Insatiable Book Sluts.

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The Top 10 Horror Stories

A top ten list of horror stories chosen by Stephen Jones, author and one of the most respected editor’s in horror with more than one hundred horror and fantasy books. This article is from Publishers Weekly.

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Three Elements That Make Good Horror Games

Rant Gaming has put together an article putting forward a case for the three elements needed to make a good video game.

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