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- iD asks whether Veronica, the Spanish horror film recently released on Netflix, is one of the most frightening ever
- Comicbook present what they see as the seven best home invasion horror movies of all time
- The Guardian argue for horror to stay in cinema and abandon TV
- The New York Times picks up five horror classics that did not get the attention from the Oscars that they perhaps deserved
- Kendall Reviews talks to Tom Adams about his horror fiction, inspiration and more in an in-depth interview
iD asks whether Veronica, the Spanish horror film recently released on Netflix, is one of the most frightening ever
Georgie Wright of Vice’s iD channel digs into the new Spanish horror, Veronica, on Netflix and joins a chorus of people asking whether this is in fact one of the most frightening horror movies of all time. Warning, there are some spoilers in this article.
Comicbook’s Patrick Cavanaugh rolls out his favourite seven home invasion horror movies. As ever with such lists, there are some movies selected which are more well renowned than others. There are some hidden gems in here, too.
Stuart Heritage of The Guardian previews the forthcoming Lionsgate Blair Witch Project TV adaptation and uses it as a springboard to say why horror’s rightful place is film and not TV.
The New York Times picks up five horror classics that did not get the attention from the Oscars that they perhaps deserved
The New York Times’ Bruce Fretts examines five horror classics that he feels ought to have been acknowledged by the Oscars in the way that Get Out has been this year, but sadly weren’t.
Kendall Reviews talks to Tom Adams about his horror fiction, inspiration and more in an in-depth interview
Gavin at Kendall Reviews conducts an in-depth interview with horror and dark fiction author Tom Adams, delving into his fiction, his youth, inspiration, musical preferences and more.
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