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- The New York Times lists its favourite horror movies ahead of this year’s horror-themed Great Performers Issue
- Broadly shows why horror might just be the best film genre for those suffering from anxiety
- Comicbook.com uses The Exorcist as a starting point and argues that we need more horror TV series
- Gingernuts of Horror catch up with William Meikle to discuss his new collection, The Ghost Club
- Gamesradar offers up five spoiler-free reasons that Get Out might just be the horror movie of the year
The New York Times lists its favourite horror movies ahead of this year’s horror-themed Great Performers Issue
Every year the New York Times runs a Great Performers Issue, looking at a genre of film. This year is the turn of horror, so they list their favourites, with more than a few surprises in there for you.
Broadly’s Abby Moss looks at the ways in which horror films can end up helping anxiety sufferers, taking some expert advice to explain why.
Kofi Outlaw of Comicbook.com starts with the recent TV adaptation of The Exorcist and aims to show the reasons why more horror-based TV shows are not just wanted, but needed.
Hot on the heels of his new collection, The Ghost Club, the Gingernuts of Horror caught up with William Meikle to discuss the collection and lots more besides.
Gamesradar offers up five spoiler-free reasons that Get Out might just be the horror movie of the year
Games Radar’s Louise Blain sums up the five, spoiler-free reasons that Get Out might just be the horror movie of the year.
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