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 dig into the forthcoming Halloween Kills and its ties to Celtic folklore
- Kendall Reviews look at the excitement and difficulty of shared world anthology A Silent Dystopia
- Crime Reads feature an article on facing rejection and keeping on
- Horrified Magazine use film to demonstrate how horror might be used to make sense of a senseless world
- LitReactor talk to writer S. A. Cosby about his new novel, Razorblade Tears
Meagan Navarro of Bloody Disgusting uses the trailers for Halloween Kills as a jumping off point to discuss the influence of Celtic folklore on the Halloween franchise.
Dave Jeffery, David T. Griffith and Dean Drinkel share their experiences of pulling together shared world Demain Publishing anthology, A Silent Dystopia, set in the A Quiet Apocalypse universe.
Author T. J. Newman, whose debut novel Falling was released in June, talks frankly about rejection and how to keep going no matter how many times it happens.
Horrified Magazine use film to demonstrate how horror might be used to make sense of a senseless world
Writer Alex Kronenburg writes for Horrified Magazine, on the way in which horror can be used by the viewer as a tool to make sense of a senseless world.
Following on from last year’s hugely successful Blacktop Wasteland, S. A. Cosby sits down with LitReactor to talk about his new novel, Razorblade Tears and more besides.
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