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:
- Author and screenwriter Warren Wagner tells LitReactor how he stopped worrying and loved the novella
- Bloody Disgusting interrogate six of the most cursed films in horror
- The Horror Tree discover some of the most harrowing hauntings in the state of Virginia
- The Lineup ask whether we have now discovered our queen of horror
- E. F. Schraeder talks horror, justice and resilience in this wide ranging article for The Ginger Nuts of Horror
Author and screenwriter Warren Wagner tells LitReactor how he stopped worrying and loved the novella
Queer author and screenwriter Warren Wagner explains how he came to enjoy the process of adapting one of his screenplays to a novella in this fascinating article for LitReactor.
Bloody Disgusting’s Luiz H. C. digs into six of the most horrifying cursed films in horror history.
Writer, editor and artist Red Lagoe, ahead of the release of charity anthology Dark Corners of the Old Dominion, shares some of the most harrowing hauntings in Virginia, in this article for The Horror Tree.
The Lineup’s Kelsey Christine McConnell asks whether, in Hailey Piper, horror has discovered its queen, and shares previews of Piper’s work to date.
E. F. Schraeder talks horror, justice and resilience in this wide ranging article for The Ginger Nuts of Horror
With new poetry collection The Small Price of a Hot Fire freshly found on bookshelves, poet and writer E. F. Schraeder talks to The Ginger Nuts of Horror on the themes of horror, justice and resilience.
For more articles like this, please follow @thisishorror on Twitter.