- The Horror of British TV Comedies
- [Remember This?] Spielberg Dumps JoBeth Williams in a Pool with Real Skeletons in Poltergeist
- Colin Harvey – one year on
- Discovery of M.R. James story gives chidden chance to write ghostly ending
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Rue Morgue lay out some creepy British TV comedies and explains why they’re worth watching.
Bloody Disgusting highlight the authentic props used in Poltergeist including real human remains.
It’s been a year since Colin Harvey passed away and until the end of August Angry Robot are selling a selection of his stories with every penny going to his favourite charity Above and Beyond.
Although this isn’t technically news from this week, we still wanted it in this weeks Must Read Horror Articles because we think it’s too good not to share! One of M.R. James’ ghost stories was found, unfinished, in the Cambridge University archive and young readers have been given the chance to finish the story.
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