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:
- Bloody Disgusting look at the colour red in horror movies
- Dread Central select ten examples of Mexican horror cinema which have shaped the genre
- LitReactor wonder whether it’s worth an author’s while to join a writer’s association
- Esquire look at fictional dogs with a particular focus on horror hounds
- The Horror Tree sit down for an interview with David Steffen who had a hand in Diabolical Plots and The Submission Grinder
Bloody Digusting’s Matt Donato looks at a series of horrors from over the years and the horrors unleashed when a red scene unfolds.
Dread Central’s Mickey Peralta Jr. picks out ten Mexican horror movies which have helped to shape the entire genre over the past few years.
Author and poet Cynthia Pelayo looks at the pros and cons of being a part of one of the many writers’ associations out there in this article for LitReactor.
Neil McRobert of the Talking Scared podcast writes for Esquire on the long litany of literary dogs, with a particular focus on horror hounds.
The Horror Tree sit down for an interview with David Steffen who had a hand in Diabolical Plots and The Submission Grinder
David Steffen, who has a hand in Diabolical Plots – one of the best paying and most highly respected dark fiction magazines, and The Submission Grinder – perhaps the most comprehensive site for open submission calls, sits down with The Horror Tree’s Angelique Fawns for a wide ranging interview.
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