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:
- Film School Rejects select ten horror films that have no fear of taboo subjects
- The CBC present an article on the ever-growing sub-genre of indigenous horror and where it comes from
- Rolling Stone feature a rundown of the thirty-five greatest ever horror movie soundtracks
- Ink Heist feature an article about the mysterious Starve Acre, a name shared by two books with different authors and endings
- The Gingernuts of Horror talk to Damien Angelica Walters about The Dead Girls Club
Film School Rejects’ Brad Gullickson picks out ten horror movies that stare the lines of what is taboo in the face, then step miles over them.
The CBC present an article on the ever-growing sub-genre of indigenous horror and where it comes from
Alicia Elliot of the CBC writes on the growing sub-genre of indigenous horror and looks at the stories behind the literature and the true-to-life horrors experienced by its authors.
A team of composers, musicians and re-issue label executives take a panel approach to compiling this incredible list of horror movie soundtracks, each one with a preview audio track embedded.
Ink Heist feature an article about the mysterious Starve Acre, a name shared by two books with different authors and endings
Tony Jones, writing for Ink Heist, features Starve Acre, a novel which exists with two names, two endings and two authors. And which were written decades apart. Or were they?
The Gingernuts of Horror talk to Damien Angelica Walters about her latest release, The Dead Girls Club, as well as underrepresentation in horror and much more.
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