10 Horror Classics You Should Read: Horror is one of the most well-liked genres.
It’s been dubbed the scariest movie ever, and it came from one of the scariest books to possibly ever make the Best-Seller List.
It ranks among Stephen King’s most terrifying writings. Even now, movie or no movie, there are some scenes strewn throughout the pages of this horrifying book that make readers want to throw up.
Coraline should be the one novel by Neil Gaiman that readers choose to read in their lifetime. The Henry Selick movie is fantastic and might be among the scariest ones.
Interview with the Vampire delivers a vampire romance story with a real bite if the likes of Twilight left anyone with a foul taste in their mouth.
It’s the key American haunting, and possibly the only horror book even the timidest readers can manage.
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley not only invented the current science fiction subgenre but also gave horror a fresh look.
There was The Turn of the Screw before The Haunting of Bly Manor, The Turning, and other cinematic versions of the novel.
With this venerable ’90s series, where do I even start? Horror readers have certainly heard at least a few of Schwartz’s stories someplace.
Dracula by Bram Stoker is a classic example of a horror book. It includes Gothic castles, vampires, and monster hunters—everything a devotee of the genre might want.
Once again, Stephen King tops the list with what is arguably the most well-known haunted house tale in all of literature.