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:
- IGN join the dots and explain the connections in the shared universe of The Conjuring movies
- Vanity Fair talk about The Terror and discuss how it diverges from classic horror tropes
- Cemetery Dance have a fascinating article by Brian Keene about 12th century werewolf fiction
- The Nerd Daily have five horror novels that will keep you up at night
- The Herald Scotland catches up with author Graham Masterton ahead of the release of his new novel
Jesse Schedeen of IGN joins the dots, unpacking the significance of all the tiny connections in each of the films of The Conjuring and its shared universe.
Vanity Fair’s Karen Han talks about the terrifying new AMC series, The Terror. In the article, she talks about how she feels it isn’t really horror, owing to its lack of monsters, zombies and other horror stereotypes.
Cemetery Dance magazine’s latest in its series ‘Brian Keene’s history of horror fiction’ covers the topic of feminist werewolf fiction from the twelfth century.
Lindsey Williams at The Nerd Daily has picked out five terrifying horror novels to keep readers awake at night.
The Herald Scotland’s Teddy Jamieson talks to the horror, crime and one-time sex manual writer, Graham Masterton about his career and his new novel, Dead Men Whistling.
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