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:
- Dread Central look back at the haunting soundtrack of The Amityville Horror
- The Lineup suggest eleven Stephen King readalikes for your reading pleasure
- What Sleeps Beneath take a deep dive into the film adaptation of Cujo forty years on
- Crime Reads consider how to recapture the raw fears of childhood
- The Horror Tree sit down for an interview with debut author David Blair
Rachel Reeves looks back at the soundtrack of the original The Amityville Horror as part of Dread Central’s ‘Terror on the Turntable’ series.
Writer Jena Brown, in this article for The Lineup, selects eleven books which have a similar vibe to the novels of the master, Stephen King.
What Sleeps Beneath’s Destiny Johnson looks back forty years at the film adaptation of Cujo and finds out why it still scares after so long.
Author Kiersten White, to coincide with the launch of her new novel Mister Magic, writes on the way she set about recapturing the fears experienced in childhood in this article for Crime Reads.
With his debut novel, Firebug, out now from Wicked House Press, debut author David Blair sits down with The Horror Tree’s Regina G. Beach to discuss the book and much more.
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