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 picks out twelve villains from the world of comics who deserve their own horror films
- What Culture serve up ten original horror films coming to cinemas in 2019 that we should all be excited about
- Push Square have listed the very best of horror gaming on Playstation 4
- The Hindustan Times has a feature article on the secret world of India’s horror writers
- Marie McWilliams interviews the Night Worms about their incredible new horror book box project
William Bibbiani of IGN has selected twelve of the comic book world’s most heinous villains and argues the case for them receiving their very own horror movies.
What Culture serve up ten original horror films coming to cinemas in 2019 that we should all be excited about
As with all genres, horror often suffers from a barrage of sequels and remakes that lack imagination. What Culture have picked out ten horror movies coming in 2019 with original stories, for us to be on the lookout for.
Push Square’s Sammy Barker has dug through the plethora of scary releases on the PS4, to bring you a curated list of the best scares you can find on Sony’s console.
Danish Raza of The Hindustan Times delves into the secret world of the horror writers of India and gives an overview of a vibrant, growing scene.
Marie McWilliams interviews the Night Worms, aka Sadie “Mother Horror” Hartmann and Ashley Saywers, about how their book box project got started, and why they love horror.
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