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:
- Bloody Disgusting look back at The Witch and its illustration of family and community as enemies
- Horrified Magazine explain how the BBC created the Hammer horror studio
- LitReactor have some advice on ensuring your self-published book cover is up to scratch
- Dread Central look back at the Resident Evil franchise’s greatest stalker: Nemesis
- Horror DNA talk to Jed Shepherd about Host and his new FMV game, Ghosts
Marcus Shorter looks back at Robert Eggers’ The Witch four years on, focussing in on the film’s portrayal of family and community as our worst enemies.
Horrified Magazine’s Derek Johnston looks back at the early days of Hammer and points to the adaptation of popular BBC shows which allowed it to succeed.
Peter Derk, writing for LitReactor, looks back over the mistakes he has made with book covers in fifteen years of self-publishing and offers advice on how to do it right.
With Resident Evil Village spreading its virulent spell across the world in the coming weeks, Dread Central’s Joel Couture explains why Lady Dimistrescu has her work cut out if she wants to match Nemesis in the stalker stakes.
Ryan Noble of Horror DNA chats to writer and director Jed Shepherd about the Shudder hit Host and his new FMV game, Ghosts, which is currently on Kickstarter.
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