Welcome to Must Read Horror, and a whole new year of great articles hand-picked for your reading pleasure from the internet. This week:
- The Geopolitics of Horror: Natalie Dormer and The Forest
- The Martyrdom of “HALLOWEEN RETURNS”: Why Dimension’s Loss is Michael Myers’ Gain
- Waxwork Records Underline Resurgence in Horror Comics
- Celebrating 21st Century Horror: Reflecting on Hostel, 10 Years Later
- Tony Giles’ TOP 10 Horror Soundtrack Releases of 2015
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This article over at The Mary Sue looks at the forthcoming release, The Forest, and its location.
With the rights for the Halloween franchise currently up for grabs, Fangoria takes a look at why the future for Michael Myers is not as bleak as it seems.
The Guardian investigates cult New Orleans record company, Waxwork Records, as it set out to launch its own line of horror comics.
iHorror takes a look at Eli Roth’s Hostel ten years after its release.
In this article over at Blumhouse, Tony Giles picks his top ten horror soundtracks of the year.
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