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 trace back the history of seminal film, The Thing
- Kendall Reviews look back through blood tinted glasses at the Fighting Fantasy series
- Divination Hollow ask what ever happened to Hag Horror?
- Deborah Sheldon shares some advice on titling your horror story with The Ginger Nuts of Horror
- Tor Nightfire look at the relationship between hypercolour, vice and violence in film
Bloody Disgusting’s Brian Keiper digs through the Antarctic ice to uncover the origins of the horror classic, The Thing.
Writer Simon Paul Wilson puts on his blood tinted glasses for Kendall Reviews and looks back at the Fighting Fantasy series of choose-your-own adventure books by Steve Jackson and Sir Ian Livingstone.
Writer Beverley Price, writing for Divination Hollow, wonders what ever happened to hag horror, and charts a course through the sub-genre to find out if there was more to it than meets the eye.
Ahead of the release of her new collection, Liminal Spaces, writer Deborah Sheldon shares some of the secrets of titling a horror story with The Ginger Nuts of Horror.
Writer Chelsea Davis writes for Tor Nightfire on the use of hypercolour in film and how it so often speaks of vice and violence.
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