Welcome to Must Read Horror. The internet has been scoured once again for the week’s best horror articles, and the results are in:
- Beauty’s Edge – The True Nature of Jack Ketchum’s Off Season
- Taking a Stab at Black Mirror’s Next Technological Wave of Horror
- Cannock Chase: A Very British Werewolf Story
- The Dreadful Ten: Top 10 Cannibal Films!
- Want to Adapt a Stephen King Book? Here are Five Keys to Not Screwing it up
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Carl R Moore takes a look at Jack Ketchum’s extreme horror novel, Off Season.
In this article over at Inverse, Gem Seddon suggests three potential episode plotlines for the forthcoming third series of Charlie Brooker’s mind-bending Black Mirror.
Dirge Magazine looks at the legend behind the Cannock Chase werewolves. As someone who lives a stone’s throw from the chase, I have to admit I’m more frightened of the black-eyed children roaming about the place than the lycanthropes.
With Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno finally making it to the big screen after a tumultuous post-production, Fangoria selects ten cannibal movies to, ahem, whet your appetite.
Stephen King book-to-movie adaptations can be tricky, so Playboy have come up with five ways in which to succeed if you are even considering it.
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