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 explain why scary movies can be good for kids
- Writer Joe Koch looks at the work of Lovecraft from the perspective of a transmasculine horror writer for Deep Cuts
- Horrified Magazine take a deep dive into the 1977 case of the Enfield poltergeist
- Tor Nightfire recommend seven horror books about murderous animals
- The Veil sit down for an interview with author Thomas Olde Heuvelt
Michael Pementel writes for Bloody Disgusting on why scary movies can actually be good for kids, citing the opportunity to experience negative emotions in a safe space, prompting them to ask moral questions, and more.
Writer Joe Koch looks at the work of Lovecraft from the perspective of a transmasculine horror writer for Deep Cuts
Joe Koch, writer of The Wingspan of Severed Hands, examines the work of H. P. Lovecraft from their perspective as a transmasculine horror writer in this long read for Deep Cuts.
Horrified Magazine’s K B Morris looks back at the 1977 case of the Enfield poltergeist for Horrified Magazine and considers the evidence to see just what was happening in that haunted house.
Tor Nightfire’s Sam Reader picks out seven horror books featuring murderous animals, some of which are well known classics, while others are more niche and may just surprise you.
With his new novel, Echo, newly released by Tor Nightfire, writer Thomas Olde Heuvelt sits down with The Veil’s James Grainger to discuss the book and much more.
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