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:
- Collider pick out ten psychological thriller movies guaranteed to mess with your head
- Cinema Blend sidestep the hits and pick out the misses in horror cinema
- Barnes and Noble recommend six Japanese body horror novels to make your skin crawl
- Thought Catalogue rates every Stephen King novel by how likely it is to scare the sh*t out of you
- Signal Horizon have a new interview with horror fiction legend Ellen Datlow
Haleigh Foutch of Collider picks out ten psychological horror movies so twisted that they are bound to get inside your head.
Cinema Blend’s Conner Schwerdtfeger selects twelve horror films that give the genre a bad name and explains just how they got it so wrong.
Sam Reader on the Barnes and Noble blog has selected six body horror novels from Japan that will unsettle even the most hardened of horror fans.
Thought Catalogue’s Melissa Kreutz digs through Stephen King’s huge back catalogue and explains which of them are certain to scare the sh*t out of you.
Signal Horizon catch up with Ellen Datlow to talk to her about her career to date and specifically to find out more about her latest anthology, The Devil and the Deep.
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