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 look at the evolution of the wendigo in horror movies
- Book Riot have some surprising facts about the horror genre
- Book & Film Globe wrap up 2021 in horror fiction and look ahead to 2022
- LitReactor’s Storyville looks at the new adaptation of Dune and explains why it is a great resource for writers
- Horror Oasis sit down for an author interview with writer Erik Hofstatter
Luiz H. C., writing for Bloody Disgusting, looks at how the creature of the wendigo has evolved in horror film, from Stephen King to the latest outing for the creature in Antlers, produced by Guillermo Del Toro.
Book Riot’s Emily Martin looks at the origins of the genre, trends and more and pulls out some facts which may surprise even ardent fans.
Writer Philip Fracassi looks back at another incredible year for horror fiction in both the traditional and small press publishing in 2021, and casts an eye forward to next year.
LitReactor’s Storyville looks at the new adaptation of Dune and explains why it is a great resource for writers
In his latest Storyville entry for LitReactor, writer Richard Thomas unpacks just how inspiring he found the new film adaptation of Dune and why it can be such a great resource for writers.
Writer J. A. Sullivan sits down for a chat with fellow author Erik Hofstatter to talk about his latest release, Soaking in Strange Hours, and more besides at Horror Oasis.
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