Welcome to Must Read Horror, where we search the internet for the best horror articles of the week so you don’t have to. Without further ado:
- Nerdist comes up with a list of seven horror movies set in space
- Gamespot start with Get Out‘s Jordan Peele and then look back at the history of black filmmakers in horror
- Bloody Disgusting have compiled a list of their most bizarre sequels
- Litreactor has your recommended reading for Women in Horror month
- Uncanny Magazine features an author interview with Sunny Moraine
Kyle Anderson at Nerdist has seven suggestions for those seeking space-based scares. With a huge variety reaching back to 1965 and working right up to the current decade, the list is sure to have something for everyone.
Gamespot start with Get Out‘s Jordan Peele and then look back at the history of black filmmakers in horror
Jordan Peele has rightly been celebrated for producing perhaps the best horror movie of recent years in Get Out. Gamespot’s Dan Auty peels back the skin to look at other seminal horror movies created by black directors.
Bloody Disgusting’s Meagan Navarro pulls up ten horror sequels that, for whatever reason, just don’t make sense. Friday the 13th without Jason is just one example.
February is Women in Horror month, as we all know, but where to start with the wealth of amazing female writers of scary and weird? Luckily for us, Annie Neugebauer has done the research so we don’t have to, and provides twenty recommendations, just to get you started.
Caroline M. Yoachim over at Uncanny Magazine catches up with Sunny Moraine to talk about her short horror fiction, including her collection Singing With All My Skin and Bone.
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