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:
- Horror Oasis serve up spooky location inspiration in the form of abandoned buildings in Bulgaria
- Horrified Magazine take a deep dive into Ben Wheatley’s In The Earth searching for the meaning of the film
- Tor Nightfire and the Horror Writers’ Association have middle grade delights to show you
- Kendall Reviews write in defence of the sequel
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror talk to writer David Sodergren
Well travelled writer Rayne Hall offers the Horror Oasis team a rare insight into some of the spooky locations which currently inspire her dark fiction – abandoned buildings in Bulgaria.
Horrified Magazine take a deep dive into Ben Wheatley’s In The Earth searching for the meaning of the film
Caitlyn Downs writes for Horrified Magazine on Ben Wheatley’s somewhat divisive 2021 film, In The Earth, digging deep to find meaning.
Middle Grade horror is growing and becoming increasingly well-respected. Ally Russell, writing for Tor Nightfire, writes on the new category of Best Middle Grade Novel, which is now part of the Horror Writers’ Association’s Stoker Awards, also looking at some excellent recommendation for the age group.
Writer Joseph Sale, in this article for Kendall Reviews, explains why the much maligned sequel might have been misjudged all along and recommends some follow-ups to be excited about, now and in the near future.
David Sodergren, author of Satan’s Burnouts Must Die and a number of other outstanding horror reads, sits down for a chat with The Ginger Nuts of Horror.
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