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:
- Crime Reads meditate on man’s enduring love affair with fear
- Bloody Disgusting pick out the four most horrific moments in the work of David Fincher
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror asks which Scream is better – the one from 1981 or 1996
- The Horror Tree muse on the pros and cons of including gore in your horror fiction
- The Lineup sit down with author Tananarive Due to talk about The Reformatory and much more
Author Alexander James writes on man’s enduring love affair with fear and asks why it is that being afraid is such a compelling feeling for readers, in this article for Crime Reads.
Mike Holtz, writing for Bloody Disgusting, selects the four most horrifying moments from director David Fincher’s movies.
Writer and poet Beverley Price, in this article for The Ginger Nuts of Horror, compares two films with the same title – Scream – and asks whether the 1981 release or Wes Craven’s 1996 classic is the best.
In this craft advice article for The Horror Tree, writer Rose Atkinson-Carter considers the pros and cons of including gore in your horror fiction.
The Lineup’s Mary Kay McBrayer sits down with author Tananarive Due to discuss her new novel, The Reformatory, and much more.
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