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 Guardian runs a story on Guillermo Del Toro’s intervention to help the California horror bookshop ‘Dark Delicacies’ afloat
- Screen Rant list ten Thai horror movies to add to your to-be-watched pile
- Collider reveal Edgar Wright’s new film, a psychological, London-based horror
- Brightly point to thirteen outstanding YA horror novels, for younger readers
- Horror Bound talks to Mike Thorn about his novel Darkest Hours and much more besides
The Guardian runs a story on Guillermo Del Toro’s intervention to help the California horror bookshop ‘Dark Delicacies’ afloat
The Guardian’s Alison Flood reports on the case of the store, established 1994, which has been saved, in part due to donations from Del Toro, along with Neil Gaiman, Cory Doctorow and others.
Dena Daw of Screen Rant has gone beyond the classic homes of Asian horror movies, in Korea and Japan and presents us with ten films from Thailand, worthy of our attention.
Collider’s Adam Chitwood gets the inside scoop on Edgar Wright’s (Shaun of the Dead) new film, which is a psychological horror, to be set in London.
Feliza Casano of Brightly selects thirteen YA horror novels, that younger readers will love, though many of these will appeal just as much to adult horror lovers.
Charlotte, from Horror Bound, talks to Mike Thorn about his novel Darkest Hours and much, much more.
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