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:
- Rob Zombie’s Halloween – What Worked And What Didn’t
- Jennifer Tilly Talks Cult Of Chucky
- Max Landis Talks American Werewolf Remake
- New Gremlins Poster Loaded With Horror Easter Eggs
- Nine Inch Nails Cover Halloween Theme
It’s been ten years since Rob Zombie’s reimagining of John Carpenter’s original Halloween. Cinema Blend’s Connor Schwerdtfeger looks at what worked, and what didn’t.
Everybody’s favourite Good Guy is back on the big screen later this year. Jennifer Tilly talks to Bloody Disgusting’s Joey Keogh about the upcoming Cult Of Chucky.
John Landis talks about his upcoming remake of his dad John’s classic An American Werewolf In London.
Artist Kevin M Williams has just released a new poster based on the curiosity shop in Gremlins and it’s amazingly detailed and crammed with horror film references.
Two of my favourite things, Halloween and Nine Inch Nails, just collided and it’s awesome.
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