Welcome to Must Read Horror. The internet has been scoured once again for the week’s best horror articles, and the results are in:
- Scared Senseless: The Indie Horror Boom and What Frightens Us Now
- Is the Horror Genre Finally Back From the Dead?
- Together Forever: The Ginger Snaps Trilogy
- 5 ’80s Horror Movies That Would Be Radically Changed by Today’s Technology
- Evil Eighties: The Finicky Details of Linda Crockett Gray
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In this article, Grantland looks at some of the most recent releases in horror and how they might affect us.
FSU News looks at the recent successes of the horror genre, and asks the very good question: Is the horror genre finally back from the dead?
Shock Till You Drop looks at the Ginger Snaps trilogy, the first of which remains one of the great werewolf movies of the twenty-first century.
This humorous article over at Smosh imagines what five legendary horror films would be like if they were to adopt modern technology.
Tor’s Evil Eighties feature continues, this time looking at the sleazy horror fiction of Linda Crockett Gray.
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