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 analyse how choice-based horror games can prepare us for real life horrors
- Crime Reads dig deep into the old and new horrors of the American west
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror look at the scientific search for the soul
- Tor Nightfire gaze back thirty-five years at Brian Lumley’s cold war spy vampire novel, Necroscope
- LitReactor talk to writer Gwendolyn Kiste about her new novel Reluctant Immortals
Bloody Disgusting’s Brandon Trush looks at his experiences with choice-based horror games like Until Dawn and The Walking Dead and analyses how they helped him prepare for real-life horrors.
Matt Query and Harrison Query, co-writers of the new novel, Old Country, dig through the old and new horrors of the American west in this article for Crime Reads.
Writer Russell James, fresh from the release of his new novel, Demon Dagger, writes this fascinating article for The Ginger Nuts of Horror on the scientific search for the soul throughout history.
Tor Nightfire’s Sam Reader looks back to the eighties and the height of the cold war, and finds a vampire story with a difference, in Brian Lumley’s Necroscope. Homing in on the way the book focuses on consent, Reader recontextualises eighties horror fiction.
Writer and poet Sara Tantlinger sits down with Gwendolyn Kiste to discuss her new novel, Reluctant Immortals, and much more in this interview for LitReactor.
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