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:
- Kotaku’s Heather Alexandra explains the difference, for her, between horror games and horror movies
- Polygon pick out Corporate Animals as their pick of Sundance festival horror
- Joe.ie suggest that George R. R. Martin’s Nightflyers might just be your next Netflix sci-fi horror addiction
- Star Trek fan site Red Shirts Always Die joins the dots between the sci-fi show and cosmic horror
- Promote Horror feature an interview with author and photographer April A. Taylor
Heather Alexandra of Kotaku is a horror gaming aficionado, yet not a lover of horror movies. In this article, she explains why.
Polygon’s Rafael Motamayor talks up the survival comedy horror, set at a team building weekend, described as a gore-soaked version of The Office.
Joe.ie suggest that George R. R. Martin’s Nightflyers might just be your next Netflix sci-fi horror addiction
Paul Moore at Joe.ie gives us the lowdown on the new Netflix sci-fi horror series, Nightflyers, and explains why it might just be our next addiction.
James Becker at Star Trek fansite, Red Shirts Always Die picks out the connections between the usually-optimistic sci-fi series and cosmic horror.
Promote horror talk to April A. Taylor about her early experiences with horror, her writing and more besides, as part of their Women in Horror Month celebrations.
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