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 Lineup suggest seven eco-horror books to plant the seed of fear in your heart
- The Horror Tree look at the role of women in folk horror
- LitReactor emphasise the power of a writer’s voice in the age of artificial intelligence
- Horrified Magazine look back at cult film, Kill List in the context of the current neo-folk horror landscape
- Writer David Oppegaard stops by at the Ginger Nuts of Horror to share the horror of his life
The Lineup’s Kelsey Christine McConnell chooses seven eco-horror reads which will plant seeds of terror in even the bravest of hearts.
Writer, poet and editor Stephanie Ellis considers the role of women in folk horror, starting with the archetypes of maiden, mother and crone, in this fascinating article for The Horror Tree.
In this craft article for LitReactor, writer Amanda Bender talks up the value of a writer’s voice in an age where artificial intelligence is moving into the realm of storytelling.
Horrified Magazine look back at cult film, Kill List in the context of the current neo-folk horror landscape
Writer Grace Britten looks back at Ben Wheatley’s Kill List in the context of contemporary neo-folk horror in this in-depth article for Horrified Magazine.
The Ginger Nuts of Horror discover the horrors behind the writer as David Oppegaard shares the horror of his life.
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