Welcome to Must Read Horror. The internet has been scoured once again for the week’s best horror articles, and the results are in:
- Nightbreed: 25 Years of Enduring Horror
- Women in Horror Month: Gale Anne Hurd, the Harbinger of Mainstream Horror
- In Defence of… Alien: Resurrection, the Franchise’s Ugly Duckling
- Moseley Not Manson: The Saga of the Manson Girls Film
- Top 10 Grossest Horror Movie Scenes
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It’s been a quarter of a century since we first set foot in the cinematic version of the world known as Midian. In this article, Den of Geek looks back at Clive Barker’s 1990 classic, Nightbreed.
Women in Horror Month continues over at Fangoria with a look at the life and films of one of the greatest female producers the genre has ever seen, Gale Anne Hurd.
Ask anyone which their least favourite Alien movie is, and it’ll be a toss-up between Alien 3 and Alien: Resurrection. But does Jean-Paul Jeunet’s A:R deserve the hostility it gets? DigitalSpy investigates.
In this article, Wicked Horror looks at the clusterfuck going on behind the scenes of Manson Girls, in which Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects, House of 1000 Corpses) might or might not be playing everyone’s favourite cult-leader, Charles Manson.
HorrorNews.net compiles a lovely list of gross-out scenes, guaranteed to have the weak-stomached reaching for the nearest bucket and even the stoic grimacing with disgust.
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