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:
- The Lineup pick out some of the best recent examples of found footage horrors
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror’s Horror of Humanity series focuses in on what happens after pride month
- Writer John C. Adams considers the nature of the island in horror fiction
- Bloody Disgusting take a look at the portrayal of generational trauma in Spanish horror film Shrew’s Nest
- LitReactor’s Jena Brown sits down with Blake Crouch to talk about writing emotional speculative fiction
Writer Michael J. Seidlinger pulls together this list of some of the best found footage horror movies of the past few years for The Lineup.
Author George Daniel Lea, writing for The Ginger Nuts of Horror’s Horror of Humanity series, considers what comes after the end of pride month for members of the LGBTQ+ community.
Writer and editor John C. Adams writes on their blog about the use of the island in horror fiction, calling upon classic examples to illustrate their points.
Bloody Disgusting take a look at the portrayal of generational trauma in Spanish horror film Shrew’s Nest
Wesley Lara, writing for Bloody Disgusting, looks at Spanish film Shrew’s Nest, and analyses how it uses agoraphobia to explore generational trauma.
LitReactor’s Jena Brown sits down with Blake Crouch to talk about writing emotional speculative fiction
Jena Brown, writing for LitReactor, interviews author Blake Crouch about his process, honing in on how he creates speculative fiction with an emotional bent.
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