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:
- NME have a rundown of the best British horror movies of all time
- Netflix confirm adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez comic, Locke & Key
- IMDB have chosen ninety-nine outstanding horror movie posters for a horror edition of their ‘Posters we Love’ segment
- Hex author Thomas Olde Heuvelt talks to Radio Praha about the novel, book tours and the book’s forthcoming adaptation for TV
- Fox Cities Book Festival catches up with Sarah Read to talk about writing craft
Dan Stubbs of NME has put together a list of the very best of British horror movies from down the years. He includes some classics, like The Wicker Man (pictured), along with a few lesser known titles.
The Verge’s Andrew Liptak brings us the scoop on Netflix putting together an adaptation of the popular horror comic, Locke & Key which ran over six story arcs from 2008 to 2013 and was a collaboration between Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez.
IMDB have chosen ninety-nine outstanding horror movie posters for a horror edition of their ‘Posters we Love’ segment
For lovers of poster art, or simply those looking to remind themselves of the promo artwork of some of their favourite horror classics, IMDB have assembled together ninety-nine of their all time favourite horror movie posters.
Hex author Thomas Olde Heuvelt talks to Radio Praha about the novel, book tours and the book’s forthcoming adaptation for TV
Radio Praha’s Brian Kenety caught up with Thomas Olde Heuvelt on the fringes of the Colours of Ostrava festival and discussed a variety of topics.
Sarah Read, whose work has appeared in Gamut, Black Static, Suspended in Dusk and various other publications, talks to Fox Cities Book Festival about the craft.
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