Welcome to Must Read Horror. The internet has been scoured once again for the week’s best horror articles, and the results are in:
- The Visit and Other Accidental Horror Films
- Why Sororities are the Best Settings for Horror, from the Creator of Scream Queens
- The Horror and Violence of ‘Alien: Isolation,’ One Year Later
- Toys of Terror #72
- Exactly What Happens to Your Body When You Watch Horror
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The Conversation looks at M. Night Shamalamadingdong’s latest film, The Visit, something of a return to form for the director, and asks how this ‘accidentally-captured’ film succeeds where so many others have failed.
In this article over at Co.Create, American Horror Story and Scream Queens co-creator Brad Falchuk explains why sororities are the perfect location for horror.
It’s been a year since Creative Assembly unleashed Alien: Isolation upon gamers worldwide, and what better way to celebrate than to delve into what makes it a winner, which is exactly what Vice have done.
In this edition of Toys of Terror, Fangoria looks at Victor Frankenstein’s sketchbook and an 8” Dexter Morgan figure from Bif Bang Pow! Collectibles.
Aside from the obvious (shitting of one’s knickers, choking upon one’s popcorn/nachos) what happens to your body when you watch horror? Bustle investigates.
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