Welcome to Must Read Horror. The internet has been scoured once again for the week’s best horror articles, and the results are in:
- 5 Things All Horror Fans Should Stop Saying
- Rubber Underdogs from the 80s: When Hollywood practiced Safe FX
- Academia vs. Imagination: The Problem of Intellectualism in the Works of Stephen King
- Motherhood and Mental Illness in American Horror Story
- The Great Stephen King Reread: Bag of Bones
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In this article, Halloween Love looks at five things horror fans often say, but should perhaps stop.
Scream Magazine looks at some of the practical effects movies from the 80s, before CGI came along and ruined everything.
In this fascinating article, LitReactor looks closely at the anti-intellectualism which features in much of King’s work.
Dread Central looks at the recurring themes of motherhood and mental illness in AHS.
Tor continues their Great Stephen King Reread with Bag of Bones.
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