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:
- The Hollywood Reporter looks back at the Herzog remake of Nosferatu
- Bloody Disgusting highlight the six most influential films by the legendary Dario Argento
- Nerdist have eight rare horror novels whose pages you should be flipping through this Halloween
- Rob Hart talks to Joshua Chaplinsky for LitReactor about his new collection, Whispers in the Ear of a Dreaming Ape
- Books and Bao select nine outstanding horror books from other languages
Richard Newby writes for The Hollywood Reporter on the lasting appeal of Werner Herzog’s Nosferatu remake in context of quiet horror.
Bloody Disgusting’s Meagan Navarro writes on what for her are the six most influential films created by the master of horror, Dario Argento.
With Halloween season upon us, a multitude of horror novels are clamouring for our attention. Lindsey Romain from Nerdist picks eight that are so rare you might never have heard of them. Check them out.
Rob Hart talks to Joshua Chaplinsky for LitReactor about his new collection, Whispers in the Ear of a Dreaming Ape
Rob Hart (Potter’s Field) talks to Joshua Chaplinsky for LitReactor, about his new collection Whispers in the Ear of a Dreaming Ape and much more besides.
Will Harris harvests fantastic tales of horror from China, Japan, Korea, Sweden, Germany and more to remind us of the wealth of fantastic horror fiction that exists in translation.
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