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:
- Bloody Disgusting dig deep into the incomprehensible horror of Dead Space
- Kealan Patrick Burke talks about writing in the ‘panic room’ for the Night Worms blog
- Dead Head Reviews examine The Fly (1986) as an example of toxic masculinity in a post by Sonora Taylor
- Alan Baxter celebrates the launch of Recall Night with a shift at Kendall Reviews’ graveyard
- The Gingernuts of Horror chat to C. S. Alleyne about her new novel, Belle Vue, and more
Phil Hayton, writing for Bloody Disgusting, takes a look at one of the most horrifying video game franchises of all time, Dead Space, and explains how the incomprehensible nature of the game’s necromorphs is perhaps what makes it so chilling.
In this guest post for Night Worms, Kealan Patrick Burke (The House on Abigail Lane) writes about writing in the ‘panic room,’ which is how he describes his experience of writing in the current situation of the covid-19 pandemic.
Dead Head Reviews examine The Fly (1986) as an example of toxic masculinity in a post by Sonora Taylor
Sonora Taylor, author of Seeing Things, writes this guest post for Dead Head Reviews on David Cronenberg’s 1986 adaptation of The Fly and its perfect portrayal of toxic masculinity.
Alan Baxter celebrates the return of flawed hero Eli Carver in Recall Night, with a shift at Kendall Reviews’ graveyard.
With her novel, Belle Vue, just out from Crystal Lake Publishing, C. S. Alleyne sits down to talk about the book and a whole lot more.
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