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:
- Gamespot tee up the eleven most shocking cannibal horrors
- Venturebeat have the lowdown on a new retro-style Lovecraftian horror RPG for PS4, Switch and PC
- Popsugar have a feature article picking out all the best foreign language horror movies on Netflix
- Wired have a feature article on the increasingly tightly linked worlds of horror and politics
- Kendall Reviews talk to Mats Strandberg, author of Blood Cruise
Dan Auty of Gamespot has been hungrily digging through his horror movie collection to find the most shocking cannibal horrors ever made.
Mike Minotti at Venture Beat has the lowdown on World of Horror, a new Lovecraftian fiction-based retro RPG, coming to PS4, Switch and PC. The article includes a trailer and is worth checking out.
Hannah Abrams at Popsugar has clicked through the horror section of Netflix and picked out the very best of the foreign language offerings.
Wired have an article up this week, analysing the increasing closeness between horror (both fiction and film) and politics.
Kendall Reviews catch up with Mats Strandberg to talk about Blood Cruise, his recent novel and other aspects of his varied writing career.
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