Welcome to Must Read Horror, where we search the internet for the best horror articles of the week so you don’t have to. Without further ado:
- John Squires is still longing for Rob Zombie’s Werewolf Women of the SS, ten years on
- Bump in the Night has a retrospective on the non-Barker Hellraiser films
- The Soska sisters discuss gore-fest See No Evil 2 and more
- Artist and writer Gary Gianni on the co-writing and drawing of Hellboy: Into the Dark Sea
- Why nineteen-year-old survival horror classic Parasite Eve is worth another look
Bloody Disgusting’s John Squire’s still longs for the fake film, whose trailer was made specially for the release of the Grindhouse double feature of Death Proof and Planet Terror, to be made.
Richard Sopko of Horror News Net takes a detailed look at the non-Barker Hellraiser films in his series of articles entitled ‘Bump in the Night.’
Starburst Magazine’s Andrew Pollard presents a detailed interview with the Soska sisters about their gore-filled movie, See No Evil 2 and much more besides.
Daily Dead’s Derek Anderson chats to Gary Gianni about the Hellboy graphic novel, Into the Dark Sea.
Rely On Horror’s Kyle Campbell takes a look at a survival horror classic in Parasite Eve explaining why, even after nineteen years, this game is worth another look.
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