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:
- Tor Nightfire present thirteen classic works of isolation horror
- Writers Beverley Lee and Nicole Eigener discuss fusing their vampyric worlds for LitReactor
- Bloody Disgusting look back at Shyamalan’s Signs and the incredible scares its aliens provide
- Dread Central’s latest ‘Matriarchy Rising’ article looks at Alex Garland’s Ex Machina
- Kendall Reviews talk to writer A. M. Shine about his forthcoming novel, The Creeper
With his own isolation horror novel, Road of Bones, fresh on the shelves, writer Christopher Golden highlights thirteen other classic examples of the sub-genre.
Talking to LitReactor’s Andrew Fowlow, Beverley Lee and Nicole Eigener talk about the challenges and excitement of bringing together their vampyric worlds in novella, Crimson is the Night.
Mike Holtz of Bloody Disgusting looks back at 2002’s signs and just what made the alien scares so effective and terrifying.
Jenn Adams looks back at Ex Machina as a tale of empowerment through Ava’s eyes, in the latest ‘Matriarchy Rising’ article for Dread Central.
Alongside a cover reveal for new novel, The Creeper, writer A. M. Shine chats with the Kendall Reviews team about the new book.
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