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:
- Sublime Horror drill down into the monsters of American Horror Story and pick out two examples of ‘The monstrous-feminine’
- Bloody Disgusting look back at the phenomenon that is Friday the 13th, forty years on
- Philip Fracassi writes a brutally honest assessment of writing through personal darkness
- The Ladies Of The Fright’s Mackenzie Kiera writes on how she has found time for writing while being a new parent
- Kendall Reviews feature an interview with writer, screenwriter, artist and cover designer, Adrian Baldwin
Sublime Horror drill down into the monsters of American Horror Story and pick out two examples of ‘The monstrous-feminine’
Sublime Horror’s Victoria Brown takes a closer look at two of the standout characters from the long running series, honing in on what is referred to in the article as the ‘monstrous-feminine.’
Meagan Navarro of Bloody Disgusting looks back at the Friday the 13th series, as the iconic original celebrates its fortieth birthday.
In a blog called ‘Writing Through’ on his website, writer & screenwriter Philip Fracassi opens up about what he calls ‘episodes’ of mental and emotional anguish. Relating to the current abnormal situation, he explains how much more difficult they can be, but also how writing through can be a solution.
The Ladies Of The Fright’s Mackenzie Kiera writes on how she has found time for writing while being a new parent
In a blog post that is certain to resonate with any writers and creatives with young children, the Ladies of the Fright’s Mackenzie Kiera writes on how she has managed to keep on writing with a young child and offers up advice on how you can, too.
Kendall Reviews feature an interview with writer, screenwriter, artist and cover designer, Adrian Baldwin
Kendall Reviews sits down with writer of dark comedy, screenwriter, designer and artist Adrian Baldwin about how he manages all his creative pursuits and much more.
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