5 Must Read Horror Articles 19 September 2016
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- Stephen King’s Essay On The Blair Witch Project
- Making The Blair Witch Project
- Creating Don’t Breathe
- Interview With Deborah Sheldon
- Dark Fiction: The Bug Laughs Last
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Writers don’t come much bigger than Stephen King, and with the release of the new Blair Witch sequel, here’s a topical look back at King’s 2010 essay on the original
With the Blair Witch hitting cinemas this week, Dread Central’s Ben Rock presents a comprehensive retrospective on the creation of the original.
Joblo’s Jimmy O talks to writer/director Fede Alvarez and the cast of Don’t Breathe about creating an original horror movie after his success with the recent Evil Dead remake.
Ahead of the publication of her new bio-horror novel Dark Waters, Australian author Deborah Sheldon talks to Ginger Nuts Of Horror about her writing.
To round up this week’s selection, Fangoria’s Joe DeRosa offers up a short piece of dark fiction.
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