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:
- The Line-up suggest eleven terrifying reads in translation to broaden your reading horizons
- Night Worms pick out the benefits of reading horror in this guest post by Richelle
- Bloody Disgusting pinpoint the prescient horror movies which predicted the horrors of 2020
- Sublime horror talk to Stephen Graham Jones about Night of the Mannequins
- Tor Nightfire pick out six books on the horrors of suburbia
This article was a actually published at the end of August, but Gabino Iglesias’ picks for horror in translation are so important to help us readers expand our horror horizons, it’s being included this week anyway.
In this guest post by Richelle, aka N0vel.id3a, Night Worms explain some of the practical benefits of reading horror fiction, taking on some interesting angles that you may not have considered before.
Writing for Bloody Disgusting, Julieann Stipidis reaches into the horror movie back catalogue to identify the films that unknowingly predicted the horrors of 2020.
Marisa Mercurio chats to Stephen Graham Jones about his recent release, Night of the Mannequins, delving into his process and more.
While you will find the ones you expect in this list, Stephen King’s It being the prime example, there are some lesser known gems in this list of six suburban horror stories, selected by Sam Reader for Tor Nightfire.
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