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:
- Ink Heist begin their ‘Bloody Bestiary’ series with ‘Blood in the Water’
- Film School Rejects write a retrospective on why Shaun of the Dead is the best horror comedy
- Scene 360 feature works from a macabre exhibition by artist Lauren Marx
- The Ladies of Horror Fiction feature a guest post by Alice Collins on ‘The power of words to describe oneself’
- Gwendolyn Kiste’s blog features an in-depth interview with S. L. Edwards about his new book, Whiskey and Other Unusual Ghosts
Shane Douglas Keene kicks off Ink Heist’s new segment ‘A Bloody Bestiary’ with a look at sub-sea monstrosities in an article called ‘Blood in the Water.’ He looks at fiction and film and the role the sea and its inhabitants play in frightening stories.
Film School Rejects M. G. McIntyre writes a retrospective of Shaun of the Dead, proclaiming as the best horror comedy ever made. The reason? Because it has the biggest heart.
No so much must read as must see, the work of St Louis, Missouri-based artist Lauren Marx uses depictions of animals to portray themes of birth, death, nature and the suffering caused by mental illness. While macabre and disturbing, her art is strikingly beautiful.
The Ladies of Horror Fiction feature a guest post by Alice Collins on ‘The power of words to describe oneself’
Alice Collins writes a guest post about language, in relation to the self, as part of the Ladies of Horror Fiction’s pride month series.
Gwendolyn Kiste’s blog features an in-depth interview with S. L. Edwards about his new book, Whiskey and Other Unusual Ghosts
Gwendolyn Kiste talks to S. L. Edwards about his new book, his penchant for memes and much more besides in this wide-ranging interview on her blog.
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