Welcome to Must Read Horror, where we search the internet for the best horror articles of the week. So, without further ado:
- Revisiting Cycle of the Werewolf by Richard Chizmar
- The Horrifying, Controversial and Secret History of the Snuff Film
- Nightbreed: The Enduring Appeal of a Horror Classic
- Black Horror Films of the 30s and 40s
- Beloved: The Best Horror Novel the Horror Genre Has Never Claimed
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At Stephen King Revisited, Richard Chizmar returns to Cycle of the Werewolf, King’s illustrated novella.
In this article, Blumhouse investigates the secret history of the snuff film. I would like to point out there is some pretty nasty imagery in this one, but we’re all adults, so fuck it.
It’s the anniversary of the film’s 1990 release, so what better way to celebrate than the return of this article from Den of Geek.
Horroraddicts.net looks at the horror race films of the 30s and 40s, films which featured only black casts and were produced for an all-black audience.
Toni Morrison’s 1987 novel, Beloved, is at its heart a ghost story. So why hasn’t the horror genre claimed it for its own? Tor investigates.
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