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:
- Bloody Disgusting look back at the film adaptation of Stephen King’s Misery 30 years on
- Night Worms suggest a whole slew of great titles to help you out of your reading slump
- Kendall Reviews features original fiction: ‘Seth’ by Steve Stred
- Tor Nightfire have bookish horror Christmas gift recommendations for the people in your life
- The Horror Tree interview writer Justin Holley about his novel Seven Cleopatra Hill and much more
Bloody Disgusting’s Meagan Navarro looks back at the film adaptation of Stephen King’s Misery, thirty years after the movie’s original release.
Tave at Night Worms knows that many of us find ourselves in a reading slump as the anxiety of the end of the year rolls around, more than ever in 2020. So, she quizzed the entire Night Worms team on reads that pulled them out of their own slumps. Here are the results.
Kendall Reviews features ‘Seth,’ an original story by horror writer Steve Stred. Appearing on the site in two parts, the above link takes you to the first instalment, while the horrific conclusion can be found here.
Nicole Hill, writing for Tor Nightfire, has more than a dozen horror fiction Christmas gift recommendations, based on other media that the people in your life may have enjoyed.
The Horror Tree’s Selene MacLeod sits down with writer Justin Holley to find out more about his novel, Seven Cleopatra Hill and his writing more generally.
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