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 Lineup suggest some horror reads which are more than simply jump scares and gore
- The Horror Tree feature an in-depth guide to writing effective horror stories
- Collider recommend ten outstanding cosmic horror movies
- Dread Central present some horrific African legends which deserve horror movie treatment
- Writer Stephen Graham Jones sits down with Gabino Iglesias in a wide-ranging interview for LitReactor
Writer Brian Asman challenges the overly simplistic view of horror as the genre of gore and jump scares and picks out horror reads which generate terror of very different kinds.
Writer Stuart Conover provides this in-depth guide to writing effective horror stories, looking at everything from setting, to character, to horrifying events.
Eden Kutschker, writing for Collider, chooses ten great examples of cosmic horror in film for lovers of the sub-genre.
Chipo Karumazondo shares their favourite horrific myths and legends from African cultures and explains why they feel it’s time they were represented in horror film.
Writer Stephen Graham Jones sits down with Gabino Iglesias in a wide-ranging interview for LitReactor
Author Gabino Iglesias sits down with fellow writer Stephen Graham Jones to talk about Jones’ new novel, and much more in this interview for LitReactor.
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