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- Film School Rejects talk about the horror origins of Hansel & Gretel ahead of Osgood Perkins’ adaptation
- Bustle pick out twenty-one scary stories that you can read online, right now
- Screen Rant suggest ten found-footage horrors that you have likely never heard of
- Horror Tree have a feature article on envy and feeling joy for fellow writers
- Ink Heist continue their ‘Unsung Heroes of Horror’ series with a look at John Hunt, author of Off the Grid
Film School Rejects talk about the horror origins of Hansel & Gretel ahead of Osgood Perkins’ adaptation
Kieran Fisher of Film School Rejects peels back the skin of the fairy tale and reveals how grotesque the original story was, giving us a glimpse of what might be expected from Osgood Perkins’ forthcoming film adaptation.
Bustle’s K. W. Colyard understands that sometimes you might be caught somewhere unawares, without a book handy. As such, they’ve dug deep into the bowels of the web to find twenty-one terrifying tales by phenomenal authors that you can read for free, even on your phone, right now.
Since the early days of Blair Witch and others, the found-footage horror genre has spawned a number of classics and a whole host of other non-classics. Screen Rant’s Paul Le has done the hard miles for you, suggesting ten that you’ve likely never heard of but should have.
Ken MacGregor returns to his long-running ‘Brain Babies’ series, this time talking about envy. He looks at how much more productive it is to feel joy for your fellow writers and how success for individuals within the genre is good for all.
Ink Heist continue their ‘Unsung Heroes of Horror’ series with a look at John Hunt, author of Off the Grid
Tony Jones writes for Ink Heist, as part of their ‘Unsung Heroes of Horror’ series, on John Hunt, author of Off The Grid.
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