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 delve into carnivals and fear of the other
- Bloody Disgusting look at the times when masters of horror contributed to video games
- Dread Central analyse 2007 French horror/slasher Inside, focussing on the film’s three mothers
- Lit Hub consider the eternal question of whether to write as plotter or pantser
- Pop Horror sit down with author Natalie D. Richards to discuss her novel Four Found Dead and much more
Author and poet Curtis LeBlanc draws on the annual north American tradition of the carnival rolling into town to analyse fear of the other, in this feature article for Crime Reads.
Bloody Disgusting’s Luiz H. C. looks back at six occasions when masters of horror Barker, King and Carpenter have contributed to horror video games.
Jenn Adams, as part of her ongoing ‘Matriarchy Rising’ series for Dread Central, analyses the role of the three mothers in French horror/slasher Inside.
While not related directly to horror, in this craft advice article for Lit Hub, author Abraham Verghese tackles the eternal question of whether to plot or pants your writing.
Pop Horror sit down with author Natalie D. Richards to discuss her novel Four Found Dead and much more
Pop Horror’s Tiffany Blem sits down for a chat with Four Found Dead author Natalie D. Richards to discuss that novel and much more.
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