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- 15 great horror films on Netflix
- 7 of Horror Director David Cronenberg’s Most Twisted Movies
- Save the Slashers: In Defence of 80’s Horror Movies
- The H Word: On Writing Horror
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Digital Spy’s Rosie Fletcher cuts through the B movies to identify the horror classics, old and new that you can watch this summer on Netflix.
Fans of Cronenberg’s work might find something new to them in this list from Cheatsheet’s Nathaneal Arnold, reaching back to his early works from the 1970s.
Steven Krage of Chicago Now defends the 1980s slasher sub-genre, and explains why experiencing these horror classics on a grainy youtube stream detracts from the original experience.
Tananarive Due talks to Nightmare Magazine about her own experiences of writing horror. How she got into it and how life continues to influence her horror writing.
The Lineup’s Terrence Dalton gives thirteen recommendations to ensure that the avid horror reader is not deprived of scares while lying on the beach or by the pool this summer.
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