5 Must Read Horror Articles 10 Sep 2018

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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:

ABC News talk to Larry Van Duynhoven about his work as a practical special effects expert specialising in gore

In a world increasingly dominated by CGI effects, ABC News’ Jordan Hayne talks to Larry Van Duynhoven about his work as a practical special effects artist and learns some of the tricks of how he brings the goriest scenes to life.

Trivial Pursuit: Horror Movie Edition celebrates one hundred years of horror cinema

John Squires of Blood Disgusting has the scoop on the latest addition to the Trivial Pursuit board game family: The horror movie edition. Featuring six hundred questions on its theme of one hundred years of spooky cinema, this is a must for any horror fan.

The British Film Institute pick out ten horror anthology films for you to enjoy

The British Film Institute’s Neil Mitchell has dug through the archives to pick out ten anthology horror films to keep you awake at night in the run up to halloween.

Tammy Sparks of the ‘Books, Bones & Buffy’ blog, posted a bookstagram challenge to highlight great women in horror fiction

Tammy Sparks used her Instagram account and her ‘Books, Bones & Buffy’ blog to shine a light on some wonderful women in horror fiction writers. There are a great mixture of classic and modern authors here, as well as some glorious cover art. Take a look.

Gingernuts of Horror talk to Luke Walker about his new novels Dead Sun and Unredeemed

Gingernuts of Horror features an in-depth interview with Luke Walker this week, covering his new novels Dead Sun and Unredeemed, as well as his short fiction and much much more.

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KEV HARRISON

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