It’s that time again – folk from across the globe just keep writing must read horror articles and so in turn we must showcase the very best for you, dear reader. So with that said, let’s get straight to it.
This week on Must Read Horror Articles:
- Edvard Munch: a head for horror
- Whatever happened to horror?
- Hell’s Shelves: Short, sharp shocks
The Guardian have hit horror gold again, this time around it’s an exploration of Edvard Munch, the artist most famous for ‘The Scream’. Adrian Searle reports on the new Munch exhibition at the Tate Modern, London and reflects on Munch’s career and legacy.
F.R. Tallis is not happy with the current state of horror, not least the decline of the vampire over on Tor.
When we saw Rue Morgue had covered a few small presses, we were interested – when we saw it was a summing up of three books including our very own Joe & Me by David Moody we had to read on.
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