Welcome to Must Read Horror. The internet has been scoured once again for the week’s best horror articles, and the results are in:
- What Makes a Horror Film a Classic?
- The Great Stephen King Reread: Dreamcatcher
- Mind Meld: Exploring Fear in Fiction
- Horror Drive-In: Pros and Cons
- Toys of Terror #64
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The Shining, Dawn of the Dead, An American Werewolf in London are all considered horror royalty, but what makes a horror film a classic? Love Horror investigates.
Tor’s Great Stephen King Reread continues, this time looking at the ass-weasel-starring Dreamcatcher.
In this article over at SF Signal, various contributors discuss fear in fiction.
Mark Sieber shares his thoughts on horror conventions over at Cemetery Dance Magazine.
Fangoria’s Toys of Terror looks at a stunning Jason Voorhees figure from Sideshow Collectibles, a Mezco Toyz 6” Chucky, and a 12” Vampirella bust from Dynamite Entertainment.
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