Welcome to Must Read Horror. The internet has been scoured once again for the week’s best horror articles, and the results are in:
- Footage at the Borderlands: Horror Writer Adam Nevill’s Cinematic Baker’s Dozen
- How Horror Saved My Life (And Why Writing Horror is Good for the Soul)
- The Top Ten Blumhouse Scary Movies
- The Effects and Importance of Music in Horror-Based Games
- Period Piecing Together the Puzzle of How Different Eras Affect Horror Films
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British horror author, Adam Nevill (Lost Girl, The Ritual, No One Gets out Alive), recommends his favourite recent horror films over at The Quietus.
In this fascinating article over at Tor, Alexander Gordon Smith explains how writing horror saved his life, and how it almost killed him first.
It seems as though every horror movie from the past five years has come from Blumhouse Productions, but which ones are worth watching? Seenit investigates.
This article over at Cultured Vultures looks at the importance of music in horror videogames.
This extensive article over at Bloody Disgusting looks at how different eras affect horror films, paying particular attention to the Platinum Dunes remake of Friday the 13th, The Orphanage, and House of the Devil.
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