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:
- Tor Nightfire feature seven family gathering movies to ease you into the holiday season
- Bloody Disgusting look back at the 2010 ski lift focussed movie, Frozen
- Alan Baxter welcomes readers to his new fictional playground: The Gulp
- Jay Wilburn ponders whether Patreon is still a viable platform for writers over at LitReactor
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror talk to writer Christopher Golden about his new novel Red Hands
Sam Reader, writing for Tor Nightfire, knows that the holidays are not the easiest time of the year for many people. In this listicle, they pick out seven movies featuring family gatherings to take the pressure off of the holiday season.
Bloody Disgusting’s Brian Keiper looks back at Adam Green’s minimalist, ski lift horror movie, Frozen, ten years on.
An essential read for anyone who enjoys author notes or the stories behind the stories, as Alan Baxter prepares for the launch of his new single-setting horror novella collection, The Gulp, with this blog post on how the fictional, remote corner of Australia called Gulpepper came into being.
Writer Jay Wilburn describes his experiences with Patreon as a way to earn money and to get work out into the world in this article for LitReactor and asks whether the platform is one that can still work for writers.
With new novel, Red Hands, just around the corner and receiving acclaim in all quarters, Christopher Golden sat down for a live chat with The Ginger Nuts of Horror. In this article we see a synopsis of the book along with video links to check out what Golden had to say in this Q&A.
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