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- Screen Rant select the ten scariest ever thanksgiving themed horror movies
- What Sleeps Beneath consider the shared trauma of Mike Flanagan’s Oculus
- The Lineup select eight short fiction anthologies full of ghastly ghosts
- Bloody Disgusting look back twenty-seven years at the TV film adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s The Lottery
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror sit down for an author interview with Paul Rutigliano
Cathal Gunning, writing for Screen Rant, selects the ten scariest Thanksgiving themed horror movies of all time.
With the huge success of his recent Netflix adaptations, Ande Thomas, writing for What Sleeps Beneath, takes a deep dive into Mike Flanagan’s Oculus and examines the theme of shared trauma.
The Lineup’s Isabel Montero raids the bookshelves to find eight examples of anthologies containing ghastly ghost stories.
Bloody Disgusting look back twenty-seven years at the TV film adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s The Lottery
Paul Lê, writing for Bloody Disgusting, looks back at the 1996 TV film adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s The Lottery.
Paul Rutigliano, author of The Last Look, takes his place in The Ginger Nuts of Horror hot seat for this author interview.
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