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 ask whether Friday the Thirteenth would be so popular with another name
- The Lineup provide suggestions for November reads by indigenous authors
- Lit Hub take a deep dive into the Halloween franchise at forty-five
- Bloody Disgusting reevaluate Outlast ten years on and find the terror remains as strong as ever
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror sit down for a wide ranging interview with author James Bennett
Dread Central’s Drew Tinnin wonders whether Friday the Thirteenth would be such a popular series with another name, while considering the cultish superstitions around the famous date.
With Native American Heritage Month around the corner, writers Lisa Quigley and Isabel Montero suggest fourteen unsettling books by indigenous authors in this article for The Lineup.
Screenwriter Michael Kraus looks back at the Halloween franchise, forty-five years after its first instalment and looks to find sense in the senseless in this article for Lit Hub.
Bloody Disgusting’s Luiz H. C. looks back at Outlast ten years on and finds the game is perhaps still the most terror-inducing show in town.
British Fantasy Award-winning author James Bennett sits down with The Ginger Nuts of Horror to discuss the queerness in horror.
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