Sometimes this feels like Rust Cohle's essay, but I'm enjoying it anyway.
Also got "The Thing: A Phenomenology of Horror" by Dylan Trigg in the backlog.
What do /lit/ thinks about books like those, got anything similiar?
I haven't read them yet but I really really want to. If you liked that and True Detective, try the book Supernatural Detection. I'm fairly sure Peak is in it, and it's a collection of "dark" philsophical essays on the first season of True Detective written by great author like Gary Shipley. Talking about Peak, have you read his horror novel - The River Through the Trees or something like that anyway.
I've read the exact same books, just finished Eugene Thacker's "Horror of Philosophy" series. It touches on a lot of similar themes.
Also if you're interested in reading a horror story written as a work of philosophy, try Cyclonopedia by Reza Negarestani