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:
- Bloody Disgusting pick out the the most sinister stalkers in horror video games
- Digital Spy have a feature article by someone who has used horror movies to process grief
- Dazed have news of Lars Von Trier’s new movie The House That Jack Built and the strong reactions it has received at the Cannes festival
- Black Gate have John DeNardo of Kirkus Reviews’ recommendations of new releases in Sci-fi, fantasy and horror for May
- Storgy feature an interview with horror and weird fiction author Kirsty Logan
Neil Bolt of Bloody Disgusting has dug into his horror video game pile to select their most sinister stalkers. His list includes Resident Evil‘s Nemesis and the Scissor Man from Clock Tower.
Digital spy have a feature article by Rosie Fletcher, a staff writer at the site who has used horror movies as a means to process the grief associated with her father’s death. The article is tastefully written and will have a lot of horror fans nodding along in understanding of the positive effects horror can have.
Dazed have news of Lars Von Trier’s new movie The House That Jack Built and the strong reactions it has received at the Cannes festival
Lars Von Trier’s new serial killer movie, The House That Jack Built, was shown for the first time at the Cannes film festival and prompted strong reactions at the scenes of violence.
Black Gate have John DeNardo of Kirkus Reviews’ recommendations of new releases in Sci-fi, fantasy and horror for May
John O’Neil of Black Gate gets a heads up from John DeNardo of Kirkus reviews on the best genre fiction releases in May.
Hot on the heels of her latest novel The Gloaming, Storgy’s Dan Carpenter catches up with Scotland’s Kirsty Logan to discuss all things horror and weird fiction.
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