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 Guardian discovers which horror books and authors scare horror authors themselves
- Screen Rant look beyond big budget hollywood films, to choose the top ten horror shorts available online
- Sublime Horror feature an in-depth interview with Andrew Michael Hurley about his work and the wider identity of folk horror
- LitReactor present ten horror books in desperate need of a reprint
- The Horror Channel have a fascinating interview with Swallow director Carlo Mirabella-Davis
Six horror authors, including Ramsey Campbell and Lauren Beukes, write for the Guardian on the horror novels, scenes and writers who scare them.
Screen Rant look beyond big budget hollywood films, to choose the top ten horror shorts available online
Alexander Hadley of Screen Rant chooses ten outstanding examples of short horror films, all readily available online, for those who enjoy their scares short and to the point.
Sublime Horror feature an in-depth interview with Andrew Michael Hurley about his work and the wider identity of folk horror
Sublime Horror’s Peter Meinertzhagen talks to Andrew Michael Hurley about his novel Starve Acre, as well as about his thoughts about the identity and origins of folk horror.
Peter Derk writes for LitReactor on ten outstanding horror books which find themselves out of print and argues for them to get a re-release.
The Horror Channel’s James Whittington caught up with Carlo Mirabella-Davis at Frightfest to discuss his film, Swallow.
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