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:
- LitReactor explain why horror is a genre which resonates so strongly with autistic fans
- Nightmare Magazine explore the phenomena of truly frightening music
- What Sleeps Beneath give their verdict on the top ten Shudder original films
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror celebrate nightmares in the latest ‘My Life in Horror’ article
- The Horror Tree look ahead to the new year with tips on how create a ‘new writing you’
Author Lor Gislason writes this personal essay on why the horror genre resonates so strongly with autistic fans.
Author and editor Eric Raglin, writing for Nightmare Magazine, explores the ‘sonic horror’ of music which is truly terrifying.
What Sleeps Beneath’s Ande Thomas selects the top ten Shudder original movies (and a couple of honourable mentions).
Writer George Daniel Lea looks back to his childhood for the latest in The Ginger Nuts of Horror’s ‘My Life in Horror’ series, focussing in on his love for nightmares.
Writer Belinda Brady, with this article for The Horror Tree, offers advice for creating a ‘new writing you’ in the coming new year.
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