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:
- Lit Hub asks why creepy children are so compelling
- Bloody Disgusting use the new entry in the Saw franchise to look at the comedians in the horror genre
- Sci-fi and Scary present a chilling piece of original fiction by Patrick Barb
- Kendall Reviews offer three new Books from the Crypt
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror feature an article by writer P.L. McMillan on writing and depression
Writer A. J. Gnuse writes this feature article for Lit Hub, which tackles the question of why creepy children make such compelling subject matter.
Bloody Disgusting use the new entry in the Saw franchise to look at the comedians in the horror genre
Bloody Disgusting’s Wesley Lara takes Chris Rock’s role in the new Saw film, Spiral, and uses it as a springboard to examine other traditionally comedic actors who have worked in horror.
Writer Patrick Barb, editor and writer of comics, short fiction and much more, presents this chilling work of original fiction via Sci-fi and Scary. Enjoy this trip to ‘The Farm’.
Writer and reviewer Steve Stred picks out three new titles for his Books from the Crypt series at Kendall Reviews. Each one is served up with links to a full review, so you can discover these hidden gems from the past.
As part of their ongoing, vitally important ‘The Horror of Humanity’ series, The Ginger Nuts of Horror feature this article by writer P.L. McMillan on living with anxiety and depression in the context of her writing.
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