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 Telegraph announce horror fiction sales at a four-year high
- Vice’s Garage platform features a set of photos this week, with signs of the zodiac equated to horror villains
- Bloody Disgusting pick out ten top opening scenes which forbade viewers from switching off
- Brightly have thirteen suggestions of novels to get teens into horror
- LitReactor talk to the team behind Suspended in Dusk II, the new anthology from Grey Matter Press
The Telegraph’s Izzy Lyons points to the recent boon in high profile, high quality cinematic horror releases to explain the trend of horror fiction sales being at a four-year high.
Vice’s Garage platform features a set of photos this week, with signs of the zodiac equated to horror villains
Courtney Perkins at Garage – part of Vice – has imagined how the signs of the zodiac might be represented in the world of horror villains.
Meagan Navarro picks out ten horror movies whose opening scenes are so incredible that the viewer simply cannot switch off.
Brightly’s Iva-Marie Palmer selects thirteen horror novels that are perfect for young adult readers. She refuses to pull the punches and picks out some serious scares.
After the stellar contents page and outstanding reception of the original anthology, Annie Neugebauer of LitReactor talks to Simon Dewar and Anthony Rivera about the hotly anticipated Suspended in Dusk II.
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