Welcome to Must Read Horror. The internet has been scoured once again for the week’s best horror articles, and the results are in:
- Where to Start with the Works of Peter Straub
- Revisiting Danse Macabre by Richard Chizmar
- The State of Horror Video Games in 2015
- HP Lovecraft and HR Giger: How Their Dreams Became Our Nightmares
- When Italy Remade Aliens and Called it Terminator 2
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This article from Tor takes a jolly good look at the works of Peter Straub, and where to start if you’re new to the author.
Over at Stephen King Revisited, Richard Chizmar returns to Danse Macabre.
IGN talks to four developers about the current state of horror videogames.
This fascinating piece from Lovecraft eZine looks at the work of two horror legends and how their creations have affected us.
Den of Geek investigates the shameless rip-off, Shocking Dark, an amalgamation of Aliens and Terminator that can be described by simply taking the first word from its title and italicising.
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