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:
- Taste of Cinema pick out the ten most original horror movies of the twenty-first century to date
- The Independent asks whether horror cinema demonises the older woman
- Barnes & Noble highlight five fiction releases that tick both the horror and sci-fi boxes
- S. D. Vassallo opens up about his own fears in an incredibly personal account at the Gingernuts of Horror
- Sublime Horror sit down with Melissa Prusi and Steven Hopstaken to hear all about Stoker’s Wilde
It might seem a little premature, only nineteen years in, but Shane Scott-Travis at Taste of Cinema has done his homework in selecting his top ten most original horror movies of the century so far.
Clarisse Loughrey of The Independent asks whether the older woman, especially those who live alone, has been demonised by the horror movie industry.
If you’re a sci-fi fan looking for more horror in your life, or a horror fan looking for more sci-fi, Barnes & Noble’s Martin Cahill has got you covered with this list of five fiction releases that blend the two.
S. D. Vassallo opens up about his own fears in an incredibly personal account at the Gingernuts of Horror
S. D. Vassallo writes a guest post for The Gingernuts of Horror that delves into a frightening and personal past, but touches on themes that affect many.
Melissa Prusi and Steven Hopstaken sit down with Sublime Horror to explain how their new novel, Stoker’s Wilde, released by Flame Tree Press, came about, and more.
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