5 Must Read Horror Articles 30 September 2019


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:

No Film School talks to Rob Grant about how to get horror movies made when you still have a day job

No Film School’s Jason Hellerman sits down with Rob Grant, director of the forthcoming Harpoon, about how to make a horror movie when the budget and time are tight.

Consequence of Sound talk to Rob Zombie about the public approach to both heavy metal and horror

Spencer Kaufman of Consequence of Sound talks to Rob Zombie about both his music and cinema work. The musician and director reveals his dismay at the scornful public image that both heavy music and horror have.

Cemetery Dance columnist Mark Sieber writes in defence of the ex-library book

Cemetery Dance’s Mark Sieber, author of He Who Types Between The Rows: A Decade of Horror Drive-In, writes in defence of the humble ex-library book, pointing out library sales are often an excellent way to pick up great and even rare books at a bargain price, in spite of any bumps or folds.

Author Don Gillette writes for Kendall Reviews on his all-time favourite haunted house novels

Don Gillette, co-author of Fallen Angels and author of Pandemonium, picks out the novels that inspired his love for the haunted house story. There are a lot of classics here, along with some more recent works.

The Gingernuts of Horror talk to Robert and Jen Wilson of Nightscape Press about the forthcoming Horror for RAICES charitable anthology

The Gingernuts of Horror’s William Tea sits down with Robert and Jen Wilson of Nightscape Press to talk about the motivations behind and the work within the forthcoming Horror for RAICES charitable anthology.

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