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:
- Lit Hub discusses what the adaptation of Lovecraft Country gave to black audiences
- Kendall Reviews feature an excerpt from the hotly anticipated Ghost Recall by Alan Baxter
- Bloody Disgusting suggest five more horror video game movie adaptations for your watch list
- Horror Oasis’ Bret Laurie explains what drew him into horror
- Horrified Magazine’s Rich Phillips sits down with art photographer Lucy Purrington
Lit Hub feature extracts from James Andrew Miller’s book Tinderbox: HBO’s Ruthless Pursuit of New Frontiers, in which the cast and creators of the Lovecraft Country series discuss what the show meant to black audiences.
With Ghost Recall, the third instalment in the Eli Carver supernatural noir series by Alan Baxter, just around the corner, Kendall Reviews present an exclusive excerpt from the novella.
With Welcome to Raccoon City, the latest adaptation of the Resident Evil series now on our screens, Meagan Navarro writes for Bloody Disgusting, selecting five more video game adaptations which are worth your time.
Readers of Horror Oasis’ reviews will be familiar with the name of Bret Laurie who writes a great number of their reviews. In this article, he explains how he found himself drawn to horror in the first place.
Rich Phillips, writing for Horrified Magazine, sits down with Lucy Purrington and talks about her origins as a photographer and the spooky style of her work.
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