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 pick out ten great horror movies that you can only find on VHS
- 032c.com talk to philosopher Eugene Thacker about what makes today a golden age for horror
- Tor.com highlights seven classic horror novels from the heydey of horror paperbacks
- Brian Rowe, on Medium, explains why YA horror novel, The Girl From The Well is one you need to read
- Kendall Reviews talk to Australian Shadow Award-winner Steven Paulsen
Meagan Navarro of Bloody Disgusting has compiled this list of some of her favourite horror movies that, without a DVD or BluRay release, can only be found on VHS.
Daniel Beatty Garcia talks to the philosopher Eugene Thacker about the golden age of horror in which we live, with Thacker suggesting that some horror masterpieces may be as important for understanding the human condition as the great works of Kant or Descartes.
Craig Davidson writes this guest post, highlighting seven classic horror novels from the 80s and 90s heydey of the horror paperback.
With the YA horror market going from strength to strength, Brian Rowe explains why Rin Chupeco’s The Girl From The Well is a must read for horror fans of all ages.
Following on from his Australian Shadows win for his recent collection, Shadows on the Wall, Kendall Reviews catch up with Steven Paulsen to discuss all things writing and horror.
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