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:
- The LA Times explains how YouTube is breathing new life into cult made-for-TV horror films
- Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing serve up some Saturday Morning Horror for arachnid lovers
- Signal Horizon present the pick of this week’s genre releases in fiction, film and more
- Film Inquiry feature a fascinating essay on Black Swan, the Suspiria remake and body horror
- Horror Bound features an interview with author Theresa Braun
Chris Eggertson at The LA Times looks at a number of cult horror films, originally made for TV only, which have recently been uploaded to YouTube and are finding an entirely new following on the online platform.
As part of their Saturday Morning Horror segment, Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing present a spooky story, ‘Killing Spiders,’ by Joe Quenell. If you sign up for their newsletter, you will receive these on a regular basis.
Tracy Palmer of Signal Horizon has been digging through cinema releases, new arrivals to streaming services and books, to present the best in horror and sci-fi this week.
Film Inquiry feature a fascinating article by poet John Stanford Owen on the remake of Suspiria and Black Swan, and body horror.
Combined with a review of her latest release, Fountain Dead, Horror Bound get together with a wide ranging interview about her writing process, her future plans and more besides.
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