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:
- Sadie Hartmann talks to the Valancourt Books team about their global view of the world of horror at LitReactor
- Horrified Magazine discuss the folk horror elements in horror-comedy Hot Fuzz
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror take a look at the TV series adaptation of Thomas Harris’ Hannibal through an LGBTQ lens
- Tor Nightfire prepares to haunt your local library with the roster for Summer Scares 2022
- Richard Thomas selects films which have recently impacted his writing for Horror DNA
Sadie Hartmann talks to the Valancourt Books team about their global view of the world of horror at LitReactor
Sadie Hartmann, aka Mother Horror, sits down for a chat with James D. Jenkins and Ryan Cagle about their view of global horror at Valancourt Books, for LitReactor.
Horrified Magazine’s Devin McGrath-Conwell dives into the folk horror themes present in Edgar Wright’s cult horror-comedy film, Hot Fuzz.
The Ginger Nuts of Horror take a look at the TV series adaptation of Thomas Harris’ Hannibal through an LGBTQ lens
Writer George Daniel Lea, in this fascinating article for The Ginger Nuts of Horror, examines Hannibal, the series, through an LGBTQ lens.
Konrad Stump writes for Tor Nightfire on the HWA-selected reads for this summer’s Summer Scares program.
Writer Richard Thomas, whose new collection, Spontaneous Human Combustion drops tomorrow, picks out a dozen or so examples of film which has impacted upon his writing for Horror DNA.
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