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:
- Crime Reads explain why horror is good for your mental health
- Blood Disgusting look at the fear of abduction in The Black Phone and Summer of ’84
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror talk to writer Carlos Cardoso about his novel The Night Guard
- The Horror Tree join the dots between horror and humour
- LitReactor talk to author Lor Gislason about their forthcoming collection Inside Out and more
Ainslie Hogarth, author of Motherthing, writes for Crime Reads on why horror is in fact a positive thing for your mental health.
Bloody Disgusting’s Bee Scott writes this latest in the ‘Double Trouble’ series, drawing parallels between films Summer of ’84 and The Black Phone, and considering our deep fear of abduction.
Author Carlos Cardoso sits down with The Ginger Nuts of Horror to discuss his new novel, The Night Guard, and much more.
Author C. J. Weiss, whose debut novel, A Watched Clock Never Boils, is out now, explains the connection between horror and comedy, in this article for The Horror Tree.
Andrew Robert sits down with author Lor Gislason to talk about their forthcoming collection, Inside Out, neurodivergence, and much more in this interview for LitReactor.
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