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:
- LitReactor pick out ten horror, thriller and crime novels in translation for 2021
- Bloody Disgusting look at the Fear Street movies in the context of horrors relationship with a patriarchal society
- Horrified Magazine examine haunted objects in women’s weird fiction
- Kendall Reviews host a look at the folk lore of Baba Yaga by writer Brian Fatah Steele
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror talk to writer Terry Kitto ahead of his new release, The Frequency
Leah Dearborn, writing for LitReactor suggests ten new releases from the darkest genres, available in translation to English, to help you stretch your reading experience.
Bloody Disgusting look at the Fear Street movies in the context of horrors relationship with a patriarchal society
Bloody Disgusting’s Marcus Shorter unpacks the recent Netflix Fear Street movies and looks at them through the lens of horror’s historic relationship with a patriarchal society.
Horrified Magazine’s Sarah Jackson takes a close look at a variety of haunted objects in woman-authored weird fiction.
To coincide with the release of his new book, Dire Branches, writer Brian Fatah Steele unpacks the research he did on the mythic figure of Baba Yaga to help bring the book to life.
With his new book, The Frequency landing in bookshops on 30 July, Terry Kitto talks to The Ginger Nuts of Horror about the book and a whole lot more.
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