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 Lineup explain why Sara Gran’s Come Closer is one of the creepiest possession stories ever
- Dread Central go for a haunting camping trip in the original Ringu cabin
- The Horror Tree offer up crucial advice for anyone wanting to write witches in their fiction
- Crime Reads explains why horror fiction matters so much for telling indigenous stories
- The Quietus sit down for an author interview with Ronald Malfi
Spoilers: The Lineup’s Stephanie Sendaula digs into Sara Gran’s possession novel, Come Closer, and explains why it is one of the creepiest examples ever to grace the sub-genre.
Joshua Meyer sets off for America Camp Village, original filming site for the cabin in Ringu, and spends the night alone in the terrifying cabin and shares his experience in this article for Dread Central.
Poet and writer Sarah Elliot gets into the detail of how to write witches effectively in this craft advice article from The Horror Tree.
Indigenous author Adriana Chartrand explains why horror fiction is such an important medium for telling indigenous stories in this article for Crime Reads.
Sean Kitching sits down with horror author Ronald Malfi to discuss his unique identity in the crowded field of dark fiction in this interview for The Quietus.
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