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:
- Film School Rejects pick out their ten best coming-of-age horror movies
- Polygon dig into the themes of the classic, The Wicker Man, and how they relate to today’s politics
- The LA Times write on the new Creepshow series which premiered last week on Shudder
- Sublime Horror feature a fascinating essay on love in horror, picking out five novels which explore the themes
- Kendall Reviews talk to horror author Francis G. Cottam
Valerie Ettenhofer of Film School Rejects details her ten best coming-of-age horror films, picking out some classics and some lesser known titles.
Polygon’s Sean T. Collins writes on the themes behind the classic film, The Wicker Man (1973) and how they can be related to today’s political reality.
Sonaiya Kelley writes for The La Times on the new shudder series, Creepshow, discussing with cast, crew and writers what the show means to them and how it reflects the 80s movie.
Sublime Horror feature a fascinating essay on love in horror, picking out five novels which explore the themes
Sublime Horror’s Lewis Hurst writes on the timeless connection between love and creatures of horror, be they ghosts, vampires or something else. He explores five novels which deal with these themes.
Fiona Dodwell of Kendall Reviews sits down with writer Francis G. Cottam to discuss his books, The Memory of Trees, The Lucifer Chord, and much more.
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