Scary reads are the best reads! Take a deep dive into our horror content to find recommendations for the best horror books out there–just don’t forget to put them in the freezer before you go to bed.

11 Terrifying Works of Horror by AAPI Authors

These works of horror from AAPI Authors, ranging from novels to short story collections, will scare you good.

9 Nightmarish New Horror Books to Read in May 2023

It's lucky it stays lighter longer these days, because you'll need it for these nightmarish new horror books out in May 2023, including The Salt Grows Heavy by Cassandra Khaw.

Who is Junji Ito? An Introduction to the Master of Horror Manga

Here's everything you need to know about the master of manga horror Junji Ito, his career, and his notable works.

20 Must-Read Historical Horror Novels about Scares Dwelling in the Past

It's fun to look back and see historical events from a fresh perspective, especially when you throw in zombies or haunted houses!

Can You Guess The Horror Book Based On Its 1-Star Reviews?

You've seen every movie on Shudder and have a whole bookshelf devoted to King, but can you guess the horror book based on its 1-star reviews?

Horror Retellings To Scare You All Over Again

There has been an uptick in horror retellings over the last few years, and my horror-loving heart is here for it. Start with these!

We Interrupt Your Scrolling to Bring You 8 Analog Horror Books

Love spooky videos of found footage? These analog horror books scratch the same itch, with plenty of scares.

8 of the Best New Horror Books Coming Out April 2023

From zombies attending music festivals to an evil child and a sinister beauty brand, here are the best new horror books out in April 2023.

Why Annie Wilkes Is The Most Terrifying King Villain

Why Annie Wilkes is Stephen King's most terrifying villain–and why she retains that title this many years later.

8 Compelling Horror Manga That Will Haunt Your Mind

The compelling horror manga have some of the most disturbing scenes I’ve ever read, with panels will haunt my mind for years to come.