Welcome to Must Read Horror. The internet has been scoured once again for the week’s best horror articles, and the results are in:
- Inside the Underground World of Nightbreed: 25 Years Later
- Revisiting Danse Macabre
- Translating the Necronomicon May Be Hazardous to Your Health: Clark Ashton Smith’s “The Return of the Sorcerer”
- 10 Modern Horror Films with Awesome Practical Effects Part 2
- Documentary Now! 13 Terrifying Vignettes from Horror Anthology Movies
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It’s been a quarter of a century since Clive Barker introduced us to Midian and its inhabitants. Cryptic Rock takes a look back at the film based upon Barker’s novella, Cabal.
Critic and journalist, Hank Wagner, revisits King’s masterpiece, Danse Macabre.
Translating the Necronomicon May Be Hazardous to Your Health: Clark Ashton Smith’s “The Return of the Sorcerer”
Tor continues its reread of works based upon the mythos of HP Lovecraft, this week focussing on Clark Ashton Smith’s ‘The Return of the Sorcerer’.
Sick and tired of awful CGI effects? Dread Central looks at ten modern horror films with great practical effects.
With portmanteau series Documentary Now! just around the corner, IFC looks back at thirteen segments from anthology movies guaranteed to chill you to the bone.
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