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:
- Crime Reads consider the differences between the gothic and horror fiction
- Morbidly Beautiful recommend five cosmic horror movies beyond Lovecraft
- The Horror Tree feature a guest post by a new author on lessons learned in the publishing process
- Bloody Disgusting look at new film Talk To Me‘s use of loss and loneliness to revitalise clichés
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror find out how one author’s vampire novel was so heavily influenced by Hammer Horror
Author Shannon Morgan gives her opinion on how the gothic differs from horror fiction, in this article for Crime Reads.
Morbidly Beautiful’s Philip Bixby selects five great examples of cosmic horror in film which look beyond Lovecraft for inspiration.
Author Luisa Colón writes this article for The Horror Tree on ten things she has learned about the writing and publishing process on the way to her novel, Bad Moon Rising‘s release.
Marcus Shorter, writing for Bloody Disgusting, analyses the use of loss and loneliness in new film, Talk To Me, and the way it uses these emotions to add depth to horror clichés.
The Ginger Nuts of Horror find out how one author’s vampire novel was so heavily influenced by Hammer Horror
Michael McGovern, author of Blood Ending, explains how the book was so heavily influenced by classic Hammer Horror films in this article for The Ginger Nuts of Horror.
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