5 Must Read Horror Articles 3 Sep 2018


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 Hollywood Reporter talks to David Kajganich about Suspiria and why the current rise of horror is about so much more than bandwagoning

The Hollywood Reporter’s Tyler Aquilina talks to Dacid Kajganich, about  the new Suspiria remake and all things horror, with a particular focus on the recent re-emergence of horror cinema with thought and originality sewn into it.

Esquire Magazine look back at the black and white cinema era and choose their ten favourite monochrome horror movies

Esquire look beyond the scares of today to pick out ten classic horror movies, made in black and white and guarantee they will provide just as many scares as anything made today.

Pretty 52 preview the Netflix adaptation of The Haunting of Hill House, coming just in time for Halloween

Bethany Gleave of Pretty 52 takes an in-depth look at the Netflix adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s seminal 1959 novel, The Haunting of Hill House, talking to cast and crew about what is likely to be keeping all horror fans up at night in the run up to Halloween.

Unbound Worlds choose eight sci-fi and/or horror novels set in the 80s that are worthy of your attention

If you can’t wait a whole year for the next season of Stranger Things, Unbound Worlds’ Matt Staggs has you covered with eight novels which are set in the eighties and will deliver scares and wonder.

Hive South Yorkshire talk to horror writer Simon Bestwick about craft, routines and much more

Louisa Rhodes talks to veteran horror author Simon Bestwick about his books, his approach to the craft of writing and his routines in a fascinating, in-depth interview.

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