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:
- Dread Central argue that the 2018 remake of Suspiria only made the original more powerful
- Crime Reads how horror and mental health align in an essay titled ‘healing through horror’
- The Lineup pick out nine horror reads set in the darkest age: the medieval period
- Bloody Disgusting consider the use of setting in Alan Wake 2‘s Bright Falls
- Lit Hub talk to author Lesley Nneka Arimah on why black horror speaks to us now
Dread Central’s Chad Collins looks back at the 2018 remake of Suspiria, and argues that it strengthens the 1977 original.
Writer and journalist Preston Fassel writes this mental health-focussed essay for Crime Reads in which he explains his own process of ‘healing through horror.’
Author Michael J. Seidlinger selects nine horror books set in one of humanity’s darkest period: the medieval age, in this article for The Lineup.
Harrison Abbott, writing for Bloody Disgusting, explores the setting of Bright Falls in the newly-released Alan Wake 2, and explains the masterful use of setting and how crucial it is to the new survival horror game.
Lit Hub’s Whitney Terrell and V. V. Ganeshananthan sit down with author Lesley Nneka Arimah to discuss why black horror speaks to us so effectively at this moment in history.
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