5 Must Read Horror Articles 2 January 2017

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Director John McNaughton Looks Back At Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer

Fangoria’s Shawn Macomber talks to director John McNaughton about his seminal film Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer

Twenty Recommended Reads From 2016

GInger Nuts Of Horror offer up their top twenty reads of 2016.

Author Jake Harrington Interviewed

Author Jake Harrington is interviewed by Ginger Nuts Of Horror.

A Witchboard Retrospective

Bloody Disgusting’s Daniel Kurland looks back at the Witchboard series on its 30th anniversary.

10 Genre Films To See In 2017

Arrow In The Head’s Jake Dee suggests ten of the most essential horror films for the coming year.


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