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:
- Lit Hub dig deep into the art of writing a fight scene
- The Lineup suggest a selection of horror trilogies to fully immerse yourself in dark worlds
- Bloody Disgusting look back at underappreciated TV series American Gothic as it turns thirty-five
- What Sleeps Beneath consider the mechanics of horror screenplay writing and ask: monsters or ghosts?
- Tor.com sit down with Cassandra Khaw for an in-depth interview on body horror and folklore
Author Rita Chang-Eppig offers up this insightful craft article on how to write the most satisfying fight scenes in this craft article for Lit Hub.
Sadie Hartmann, aka Mother Horror, suggests a selection of horror fiction trilogies for readers to fully immerse themselves in authors’ dark worlds, in this article for The Lineup.
Bloody Disgusting’s Paul Lê casts his eye back thirty-five years to the underappreciated 1988 series American Gothic.
What Sleeps Beneath consider the mechanics of horror screenplay writing and ask: monsters or ghosts?
Award-winning screenwriter Arran Crawley writes this practical guide to writing horror screenplays for What Sleeps Beneath and asks the fundamental question: monsters or ghosts?
Writer Lee Mandelo sits down with fellow writer Cassandra Khaw to discuss prominent themes in their work such as body horror, folklore and much more.
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