Welcome to Must Read Horror. The internet has been scoured once again for the week’s best horror articles, and the results are in:
- Let’s Talk About Horror in Art
- 31 Days of Halloween: Universal Vs Hammer
- Stephen King: The Top 10 Pure Horror Novels
- [MIND MELD] Embracing the Weird: Why We Love Weird Fiction
- Kid-Friendly Fright Flicks for the Halloween Season
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Huffington Post looks at the deliciously dark work of artist Sarah Sitkin, and explores how paintings and sculptures can elicit the same terror as films and books.
They both had a Dracula, Frankenstein’s monster, and wolfman, but which is better, Universal or Hammer? Blastr investigates.
He’s written fantasy, supernatural thrillers, even pulp crime, but which Stephen King books should you read if you’re eager for a dose of pure horror? Den of Geek has the answer.
Some of speculative fiction’s most renowned exponents explain why we (and they) simply can’t get enough of the weird, with thanks to SFSignal.
You know what it’s like. Little Johnnie is a tad too young for The Exorcist, and you’re almost certain Martyrs will only confuse him, but you really want to get him in the spirit for Halloween. What a to-do. Well, thanks to Daily Dead, there are plenty of suggestions here to get little Johnnie in the mood without leaving you with a substantial therapy bill.
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