Welcome to Must Read Horror, where we search the internet for the best horror articles of the week. So, without further ado:
- The Value of Nightmares: How The Academy Awards Continue to Ignore Horror
- Last Year’s Horror Cornucopia: Suffering in Style
- An Appreciation of Claymation Horror Expert Lee Hardcastle
- A Bloody Good Time: ABGT Face-Off: Troma vs Full Moon
- The Scariest Television Episodes Ever
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In this article, Fangoria looks at how horror continues to struggle to gain credence with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Eve Tushnet of First Things explains how 2015 was one of the best years in recent horror, thanks to films such as The Babadook, It Follows, and Starry Eyes.
Leeds Claymation legend, Lee Hardcastle, has been around for w few years now, and he’s finally starting to reap the rewards for all his hard work (seriously, if you’ve ever worked with stop-motion animation, you’ll know how arduous it is). Here is a little background on Lee, and what the future holds for him, thanks to Inverse.
Two low-budget horror production companies, five rounds, only one winner. A Bloody Good Time pits Troma against Full Moon.
HammerFilms compiles a decent list of terrifying TV episodes, from Black Mirror to The X Files.
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