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:
- LitReactor takes readers on a journey to see where Goodreads all went so wrong
- Horror Oasis present a personal essay on the real life horror of childbirth
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror present the first in a new series of articles on horror in fine art and the written word
- Bloody Disgusting recommend six of the best conspiracy theory-based horror films
- The Horror Tree offer up ten sources of inspiration for your next horror novel
Author Peter Derk writes for LitReactor on the path of Goodreads from well-meaning, independent recommendation sharing platform to ageing data collection device for Amazon.
E. C. Hanson, author of All Things Deadly, relives his own experience of becoming a father to look at the real life horror involved with childbirth, for Horror Oasis.
The Ginger Nuts of Horror present the first in a new series of articles on horror in fine art and the written word
Art historian and translator Jan Vander Laenen looks at the artwork of Antoine Wiertz and makes thematic comparisons to the writing of Poe in this first in a new series of articles on The Ginger Nuts of Horror.
Luiz H. C. writes for Bloody Disgusting on six of the best conspiracy theory-based horror movies.
Blogger and academic Leon Collier writes for The Horror Tree on ten potential sources of inspiration for your next horror novel.
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