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 Lineup pick out six settings in horror novels so vivid they seem to be alive
- The Horror Tree look at perfectionism and how it can lead writer’s block
- Screen Rant list ten horror films which redefined the genre
- Bloody Disgusting look back ten years to The Babadook and the wave of introspective horror it spurred
- Nightmare Magazine present a deeply personal essay about motherhood, childbirth and fairy tales
Michael J. Seidlinger, in this article for The Lineup, picks out six horror novels with settings so vivid they seem to have a life of their own.
Author and poet Sarah Elliot considers the scourge of perfectionism in writing and how it might be circumvented to avoid writer’s block in this advice article for The Horror Tree.
Screen Rant’s Adrienne Tyler looks back through the history of horror cinema and selects ten films which have redefined the genre.
Bloody Disgusting look back ten years to The Babadook and the wave of introspective horror it spurred
Jenn Adams, writing for Bloody Disgusting, looks back to the launch of The Babadook, ten years ago, and considers its legacy of introspective horror films.
Author Kelsea Yu writes this deeply personal, powrful essay for Nightmare Magazine, in which she recounts her own experience of childbirth and relates it to the motherless characters of fairy tale.
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