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 provides a reading list exploring the role of bad mothers in horror fiction
- Bloody Disgusting pair 1962 film Carnival of Souls and 2001’s The Others in a death defying double feature
- Nightmare Magazine share a personal article on the healing role of horror by writer Rae Knowles
- The Conversation asks why sleep paralysis remains such a prominent feature of the horror genre
- As part of their coverage of Asian Heritage Month, Kendall Reviews talk to Ai Jiang
Katrina Monroe, author of Graveyard of Lost Children, provides this reading list for Crime Reads of horror fiction in which bad mothers take centre stage.
Bloody Disgusting pair 1962 film Carnival of Souls and 2001’s The Others in a death defying double feature
Bloody Disgusting’s Bee Delores picks out two films centred around the denial of death in Carnival of Souls and The Others, to create a thought provoking double feature.
In a deeply personal article for Nightmare Magazine’s The H Word series, writer Rae Knowles shares her experiences of horror fiction as part of the healing process from traumatic experiences.
Creative writing lecturer Alice Vernon looks at the history of sleep paralysis and asks why it remains front and centre of so many stories within the horror genre.
Kendall Reviews sit down with writer Ai Jiang to talk about her novella Linghun and much more in this interview for Asian Heritage Month.
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