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:
- Tor Nightfire feature a practical guide to writing historical horror
- Bloody Disgusting muse on where the Blair Witch franchise might go next
- LitReactor offer advice for writers whose writer’s block might be linked to depression
- Movieweb select six of the best movie adaptations of work by Lovecraft
- Fader talk to Gretchen Felker-Martin for a more nuanced discussion about her novel, Manhunt
Writer Alma Katsu is rightly making a name for herself as one of the finest historical horror writers out there. To coincide with the launch of her new novel, The Fervor, she writes this practitioner’s guide to the sub-genre for Tor Nightfire.
Bloody Disgusting’s Luiz H C picks up the news that Lionsgate are planning to make a new Blair Witch movie and wonders where the franchise might go next.
Writer Jay Wilburn offers advice for writers suffering from depression which is preventing them from writing, in this article for LitReactor.
Latecia Joiner, writing for Movieweb, selects six film adaptations of works by H. P. Lovecraft and explains why they’re the best of the bunch.
Fader’s Jordan Darville sits down with writer Gretchen Felker-Martin to discuss her novel, Manhunt, and explains why it is more human than its critics have suggested.
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