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RUE MORGUE
Canada's Premier Horror Magazine


- First issue: 1998
- There are an average of three main features in any given issue: The first is the cover story, usually an interview with a celebrity, the second feature is reserved for a musician or group who have drawn heavily from the genre in making their music and in the third feature they try to emphasize the culture of horror, and how it has developed throughout history.
- Published by MARRS Press.
- Website: www.rue-morgue.com

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Last updated:
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CONTENTS: 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 All GALLERIES: 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 All DATABASE INFO
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Issue 63
December 2006

ONCE UPON A TIME IN SPAIN'S DARKEST DAYS Guillermo del Toro speaks about his exquisitely violent fairy-tale masterpiece, Pan's Labyrinth. Plus: An interview with star Ivana Baquero and a look at the rise of the horrific children's fable. BLACK TIDINGS Bob Clark looks back on a career in horror that culminated with his seminal Canadian slasher film, Black Christmas. Plus: Interviews with John Saxon, Andrea Martin and more! A GRIM FAIRY TALE Acclaimed painter Camille Rose Garcia envisions a dark universe in her new illustrated picto-novelette, The Magic Bottle. DIARY OF A GHOST HUNTER Award-winning British journalist Will Storr discusses his extensive investigation into the plausibility of ghosts, with some surprising results. DREADLINES Romero returns to indie roots for new Dead film, British company launches first horror serial for cellphones, Stoker Awards and World Horror Convention combine forces in Toronto. NEEDFUL THINGS Simon Marsden's The Haunted Realm calendar, Monster Guitar Picks, Vampire Condoms, Ghastly Greetings Holiday Cards. CINEMACABRE Reviews of Saw III, Tideland, City of Rott, Tomie: Revenge, Headspace, Dead Waves, The Plague, The Curse of Lizzie Borden, Ax 'Em, Axe, and The Grudge: Ju-on 2 goes head-to-head with The Grudge 2. Reissues presents Richard Stanley's Dust Devil and two films from Teruo Ishii, Japan's king of cult. Reviews of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, Street Trash: Meltdown Edition and The Other. SCHIZOID CINEPHILE Alice, Sweet Alice and Communion. BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS Featuring four reissued modern classics, plus reviews of Blessed Thistle, Beowulf the Legend (Convention Edition), '68, The Dark Horse Book of Monsters, Fables: 1001 Nights of Snowfall. THE NINTH CIRCLE Spotlight: Two new collections of haunting photography. Plus! Reviews of Creepy Crawls: A Horror Fiend's Travel Guide, Black Sabbath Doom Let Loose: An Illustrated History, Read By Dawn Vol. 1, Dark Shadows: The Salem Branch, Pressure, and more! TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR The Screaming Heads - Burk's Falls, Ontario. THE GORE-MET Menu: Chaos. AUDIO DROME Spotlight: DigitMovies Italo-horror soundtracks. Reviews of Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, Monster Genocide, The Unquiet Void, Super Heroines, Headspace, Zombina and the Skeletones, Diabolos, Necrophagia, Fatal Thir13en, and more! PLAY DEAD Betrayal at the House on the Hill, Ultimate Ghosts 'n' Goblins, F.E.A.R. CLASSIC CUT Roman Polanski's Repulsion.


Issue 62
November 2006

RETURN TO CASTLE FRIGHTENSTEIN Rue Morgue pays tribute to Billy Van, host of the legendary Canadian children's spookshow The Hilarious House of Frightenstein, with a rare interview. Plus: Frightenstein reissued, a chat with Elvira, and the history of television horror hosts. THE CURIOUS CASE OF DR. UWE BOLL An expose of the director everyone loves to hate. Plus: Rue Morgue vs. Uwe Boll! INVESTIGATING GAY HORROR LIT Prominent gay genre editor and author Michael Rowe traces the evolution of homosexual horror fiction. CRUEL COUTURE Fashion victim? Become the black belle of the ball with these one-of-a-kind designs from Dark Queen Apparel. NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND Frightenstein. CINEMACABRE Featuring reviews of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, Feast, The Covenant, The Black Dahlia, Head Trauma, and more! Reissues presents reviews of A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Black Pit of Dr. M, The Norliss Tapes, Dracula, Prisoner of Frankenstein, Crypt of the Vampire, The Dead Zone, Pete Sematary, Silver Bullet, Graveyard Shift, and more! CINEMARQUEE Mad Love (1935). SCHIZOID CINEPHILE 3-D Movies. BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS The Scribbler, Bite Club: Vampire Crime Unit, Four Stories, Palm Reader, Lullabies From Hell, The Wicked West 2: Abomination & Other Tales. THE NINTH CIRCLE Spotlight on The Winston Effect: The Art and History of Stan Winston Studio, reviews of Horror International, The Munsters: A Trip Down Mockingbird Lane, Stephen King's The Secretary of Dreams, Glen Hirshberg's American Morons, Koji Suzuki's Birthday and more! THE GORE-MET Menu: Chaos. AUDIO DROME Featuring undead punks Send More Paramedics, reviews of the Slither OST, Pulse (2006) OST, The Omen (2006) OST, Monster House OST, The 69 Eyes, Deicide, Cattle Decapitation, Deranged, and more! PLAY DEAD Horrorclix, Monster House, Dead Hand Chaos Poker. CLASSIC CUT Edvard Munch's Vampire.


Issue 61
October 2006

LEGACY OF BLOOD AND DECAY Rue Morgue celebrates the inimitable Lucio Fulci via an exclusive interview with Antonella Fulci, his daughter and guardian of his estate. Plus: A Fulci filmography, a guide to his gory set pieces, an interview with composer Fabio Frizzi and more! THE CONNOISSEUR'S GUIDE TO 50 ALTERNATIVE HORROR BOOKS Why not turn off the television and curl up with a terrifying tome? FANTASIA 2006: FESTIVAL REPORT The word on this year's programme of dark cinema. THE TENDERNESS OF BARBARISM Belgian director Fabrice Du Welz explains his perverse and punishing cinematic love letter, Calvaire. DIALLING THE DEAD: A HISTORY OF THE OUIJA BOARD What is it? Where did it come from, this famous conduit to the dead? ONE NASTY SUMBITCH R. Lee Ermey dishes on his reprised role as Sheriff Hoyt in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning. THE LOVELY LADY VAMPIRE Legendary Hammer horror supervixen Ingrid Pitt discusses her career and new genre projects. NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND Fulci Fandom. DREADLINES Custom designs from genre artists to highlight Living Dead Dolls exhibit, After Dark Film Festival makes debut in Toronto, Monster Engine to become online game for kids. CINEMACABRE Featuring reviews of The Woods, Pulse, The Wicker Man, Snakes on a Plane, Halloween: 25 Years of Terror, Tomie: Beginning, I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer, The Tooth Fairy, Cannibal, Zombiegeddon, Death Trance, a Shock-o-Rama feature, and more! Reissues presents Let's Scare Jessica To Death, The Devil's Rain, Tromeo and Juliet 10th Anniversary Edition, Baby Blood, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer Part 2 - Mask of Sanity, Blood of the Vampire, The Phantom, Blood Bath, Brainiac, Dark Waters, This Island Earth, Bigfoot Terror, Danger After Dark collection, Savage Sinema From Down Under, and more! CINEMARQUEE The Boris Karloff Collection. SCHIZOID CINEPHILE Ed Hunt's The Brain, Part 2. BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS Ultimate Fantastic Four, The Sandman (House Ad), Batman & the Monster Men, The Cobbler's Monster, Hellcity, Impaler, Zombee. THE NINTH CIRCLE Spotlight on British author Ramsey Campbell, reviews of An Analytical Guide to Television's One Step Beyond, Count Dracula Goes to the Movies: Stoker's Novel Adapted 1922-2003, Mammoth Book of Haunted House Stories, Robin Hardy's Cowboys for Christ, Edward Lee's Slither, and more! TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR Erebus Haunted Attraction (The World's Largest Haunted Attraction), Pontiac, Michigan. AUDIO DROME Featuring vintage Halloween songs, reviews of the Abominable OST, Dawn of the Goblin soundtrack, Out of the Darkness soundtrack, GAG OST, Wolf Creek OST, The Roost/Joshua OST, Harley Poe, Soundtrack to Oblivion, Thee Merry Widows, The Massacres, The Ghastly Ones, Lugosi's Morphine, Perish, The Empire Hideous, General Surgery, Bloodhag, Cannibal Corpse, and more! PLAY DEAD Dead Rising, Munchkin Bites! 2: Pants Macabre; Fearsome Floors. CLASSIC CUT The Haunted Mansion, Disneyland, California.


Issue 60
September 2006

LORD OF DESTRUCTION After more than five decades, Gojira, the original, darker version of Godzilla, finally arrives on DVD. Plus: On set at Toho studios, up close in the famous rubber suit, a Godzilla primer and more! TERROR FROM BOMBAY Yes, Indian horror movies have dance numbers. This is their story. Plus: Hindi horror films reviewed. CINEMA OF PAINFUL IMPULSES In an exclusive interview, legendary surrealist Jan Svankmajer discusses Lunacy, his most malevolent feature to date. BLOOD PUDDIN': THE HORROR PIN-UPS OF JOE CAPOBIANCO Feast your eyes on the most gruesome gals in modern pin-up art. UNLEASHED IN THE EAST: LOVECRAFT IN JAPANESE LITERATURE Rue Morgue investigates The Great Old Ones in Japanese lit. NECRO-HUMOUR APOSTLE Meet Robert S. Rhine, a jack of all trades whose horror is steeped in the blackest of humour. NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND Monsters DREADLINES Nacho Cerda wraps first feature, The Abandoned. CINEMACABRE Featuring: H6: Diary of a Serial Killer, Straight into Darkness, Monster House, Lady in the Water, Desperation, Satan's Playground, Creepy Canada Season 3, The Zodiac, The Booth and more! Reissues presents Jigoku, Rock 'N' Roll Nightmare, Singapore Sling, Bare Behind Bars, Amazon Jail, Succubus, and more! CINEMARQUEE The Amicus Collection SCHIZOID CINEPHILE Ed Hunt's The Brain. BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS Man-Bat: The Return, Deadman 1, The Exterminators: Bug Brothers, The Night Driver, The Savage Brothers, Halloween: Autopsis. THE NINTH CIRCLE Spotlight: Online fear fiction project MuyMal.com, also featuring DVD Delirium Vol. 3, Donald Cammell: A Life on the Wild Side, Gospel of the Living Dead: George Romero's Visions of Hell on Earth, Gary Braunbeck's Destinations Unknown, Classic Tales of Horror: Vol. 1, and more! TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR The Grande Masquerade Montreal - Quebec, Canada THE GORE-MET Menu: Eyes of the Chameleon and Live Feed. AUDIO DROME Featuring Claudio Simonetti's Deamonia, plus reviews of Onethirtyeight, Phantom Rockers, Rezurex, The Spook, The Barbarellatones, The Other, Vena Amori, Terrorizer, and more! PLAY DEAD Jaws Unleashed, Resident Evil: Deadly Silence, Night Watch. CLASSIC CUT Peter Bogdanovich's Targets.


Issue 59
August 2006

MIIKE'S TORTURE THEATRE - UNVEILED Takashi Miike discusses his banned Masters of Horror episode Imprint: the Japanese pain god's leanest and meanest effort to date. An exclusive look at what was too much for North American television. Plus: Mick Garris reflects on Imprint and gives us a sneak peak at season two, on set with John Carpenter, and more! BRITAIN'S BARON OF BRUTALITY As Shriek Show unleashes The Pete Walker Collection on DVD, the nefarious director looks back at his gory and sadistic career in horror. Plus: Walker's Bloody Back Catalogue reviewed. SONGS OF SIN: TALES FROM THE MURDER BALLAD Once upon a time, true crime tales of murder and tragedy were told through music. This is the storied history of the murder ballad. Plus: A Homicidal Hymnal - ten essential death tunes. DEADLY DECK ART Take a brief ride through the visual history of skateboarding's most gruesome graphics. MEMENTO MORBID Sculpture Jason Soles creates disturbing decor for the home, office or crypt. NOTE FROM THE UNDERGROUND Banning Miike. DREADLINES: Rob Zombie reveals direction of eighth Halloween sequel, A new generation of Romero steps behind the camera, Unpublished zombie novel sparks Hollywood bidding war. CINEMACABRE Featuring: The Omen (2006), Feed, Cello, Do You Like Hitchcock?, Terror in the Tropics, The Uninvited, and more! Reissues presents Equinox, Trilogy of Terror, The Witch's Mirror, The Devil's Sword, Halloween 4 & 5, and much more! CINEMARQUEE The Lon Chaney Collection SCHIZOID CINEPHILE Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of the Worlds BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS Graphic Classics: Edgar Allan Poe, Edgar Allan Poe: Haunt of Horror, Extremely Weird Stories, The Nightmarist, Rotting in Dirtville. THE NINTH CIRCLE Spotlight on speciality publishers Centipede/Millipede Press, also featuring Sweet and Savage: The World Through the Shockumentary Film Lens, Lurker in the Lobby: A Guide to the Cinema of H.P. Lovecraft, The Monsters: Mary Shelley and the Curse of Frankenstein, Brian Hodge's World of Hurt, Simon Clark's Darker and more! TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR The Edward Gorey House ? Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts. THE GORE-MET Reality death tapes. AUDIO DROME Featuring the shock rock theatrics of Lordi, plus reviews of When a Stranger Calls OST, Virgil Franklin, Season of Nightmares, Vegas Beach, AFI, Demented Are Go!, The Morgue the Merrier, The Scared Stiffs, The Video Dead, Blood Freak, Ghoul, and more! PLAY DEAD Let's Kill, Are You a Werewolf, Black & White 2: Battle of the Gods CLASSIC CUT Gustave Dore's Inferno Engravings


Issue 58
July 2006

PITCH BLACK PANIC With Lions Gate finally releasing Neil Marshall's The Descent in North America next month, the British director is set to rejuvenate the long-lost UK horror film. Marshall introduces himself and reveals the reason behind his film's much talked-about altered ending. Plus: The new wave of UK horror, an advance peek at Dog Soldiers: Fresh Meat, and more! THE HISTORY OF HORRORCORE Rue Morgue traces the evolution of a hip-hop movement that takes its cues from the horror genre. Plus: six essential horror rap albums. MEMOIRS OF AN ACCIDENTAL SCREAM QUEEN Following the publication of her new autobiography, Adrienne Barbeau discusses her unplanned yet enduring career in genre films. DISTURBING THE NORMAL Accomplished makeup effects artist Chet Zar explores the beauty of the grotesque in his unsettling fine art. A DECADE OF DEVIANT CINEMA The 2006 Fantasia festival preview. DREADLINES: New King television anthology follows in footsteps of Masters of Horror, Award-winning filmmaker collaborates with Ginger Snaps creator on claymation series, Zombie Fest gathers the undead faithful in England. CINEMACABRE: Featuring: Reeker, One Missed Call 2, Mortuary, See No Evil, Curse, Death & Spirit, Minotaur, The Heirloom, Room 6, and more! Reissues presents Burst City, Grizzly, Day of the Animals, Evils of the Night, Warning Sign, Lifespan, The Rawhide Terror, and much more! CINEMARQUEE: The Curse of the Crying Woman (1961) SCHIZOID CINEPHILE: The Omega Man BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS: Nightwolf: The Price, Family Bones, Recess Pieces, Road to Hell, Tag, X Isle. THE NINTH CIRCLE: Spotlight on The Toxic Avenger: The Novel, also featuring Disaster Movies, Roger Corman: Metaphysics on a Shoestring, Horror: Another 100 Best Books, Richard Matheson: Collected Stories Vol. 3, Brett Alexander Savory's The Distance Travelled, and more! TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR: The Donnelly Homestead, Lucan, Ontario. THE GORE-MET: Hong Kong's Cat III films. AUDIO DROME: Featuring Symphony Number Fourteen by Dmitri Shostakovich, plus reviews of The Hills Have Eyes OST, An American Haunting OST, Stay Alive OST, Cosmic Voodoo, The Matadors, The Creepshow, Skinless, The Vincent Black Shadow, Bava soundtracks reissued, and more! PLAY DEAD: Scratches, The Haunting House 3: Don't Go in the Attic!, Rampage: Total Destruction. CLASSIC CUT: Julian Roffman's The Bloody Brood.


Issue 57
June 2006

APOCALYPSE '76 Thirty years after its initial release, the genre's archetypical end time movie, The Omen, is reissued on DVD, and a new film is made in its image. Screenwriter David Seltzer and director Richard Donner remember the Antichrist. Plus: an end times primer, John Moore discusses The Omen: 666, and more! THE QUEEN OF HORROR MANGA Find out how Kanako Inuki earned her regal title with a series of newly translated manga from Dark Horse. OF LOVE AND DEATH, EVERLASTING Michele Soavi's fairy-tale zombie comedy, Dellamorte Dellamore, featuring interviews with Soavi and starlet Anna Falchi. Plus: a look at Dylan Dog, its comic book source material! PERSONAL DEMONS Dark multimedia artist Paul Booth clears out the skeletons in his closet with a new series of purgative oil paintings. SMALL GAUGE TRAUMA: Fantasia kicks off its 10th year with a DVD collection of thirteen of the festival's most memorable short films. DREADLINES: Douglas Buck wraps first feature, Sisters, Jaws-inspired musical set to terrorize threatre-goers, Blind filmmaker makes directorial debut with The Bunker. CINEMACABRE: Featuring: Silent Hill, Abominable, Darkness, Pray, An American Haunting, Garuda, Andre the Butcher, Rampage: The Hillside Strangler Murders, Kibakichi 2, and more! Reissues presents Event Horizon, Monster of London City, Secret of the Red Orchid, The Gardener, The Emilio Miraglia Killer Queen Box Set, Prince of Space, Invasion of the Neptune Men, Creation of the Humanoids, War Between the Planets, Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster, and much more! CINEMARQUEE: The Cremator (1968) SCHIZOID CINEPHILE: Donald Cammell's slasher masterpiece White of the Eye. BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS: War of the Worlds: Second Wave, 7 Days to Fame, Doomed, Dreadful Ed, Night Trippers. THE NINTH CIRCLE: Spotlight on renowned author Peter Straub, also featuring DVD Delirium Volume 1: Redux, The Haunted Screen: Ghosts in Literature and Film, The Best Horror Stories of Arthur Conan Doyle, F. Paul Wilson's Infernal, Kenneth J. Harvey's The Town That Forgot How to Breathe, and more! AUDIO DROME: Featuring maniac metal-smiths Frightmare, plus reviews of Underworld: Evolution OST, Kaijuice compilation, Zombi, El Dorado and the Ruckus, Those Poor Bastards, This Island Earth OST, Dead Vampires, The Horror of it All Volume 2 compilation, Celtic Frost, Sepultura, and more! PLAY DEAD: Mall of Horror, Midevil: Castle Chaos, Mage: The Awakening CLASSIC CUT: Revelation.


Issue 56
May 2006

BACK... FROM BEYOND The long-awaited Director's Cut of Stuart Gordon's gooey gore classic From Beyond, containing new material previously excised by the MPAA, is out on Monsters HD. Gordon tells all about the recovery and restoration of the lost footage. Plus: Stars Jeffrey Combs, Barbara Crampton and screenwriter Dennis Paoli reminisce on making the film. MASTER OF THE MONSTERS A new art book celebrates the fantastic creature-filled career of Basil Gogos. DREADLINES: The Godfather of Gore returns with Grim Fairy Tales, Bousman to push gore boundaries with Saw III and Wichita, Niles continues to expand 30 Days of Night universe. CINEMACABRE: Featuring: Sympathy For Lady Vengeance, Evilenko, Stay Alive, Tokyo Psycho, Joshua, Bloodrayne, Slaughterhouse of the Rising Sun, Dumpster Baby, It Waits, Art of the Devil. Reissues reviews Visiting Hours, The Being, Satan's Black Wedding, Criminally Insane, Criminally Insane 2, Star Trek: Borg Fan Collective, Bad Dreams, The Real Ghostbusters, The Forbidden Photos of a Lady Above Suspicion, The Black Belly of the Tarantula, The Fifth Cord, The Pyjama Girl Case. INDIE TERROR FEST: Spotlight on Andrew Leman's The Call of Cthulhu. CINEMARQUEE: The Horror of Party Beach (1964). SCHIZOID CINEPHILE: Silver Bullet BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS: Cinema Panopticum, Hellblazer: Lady Constantine, Criminal Macabre: Feat of Clay, Vampirella: The Morrison/Millar Collection, Wormwood, Gentleman Corpse, Zombie Tales: The Dead. THE NINTH CIRCLE: Spotlight on Dark Dreams II: Voices From the Other Side, also featuring Shock June/January: A Smorgasbord of Horror, Ghosts of New York, Encyclopedia of the Undead: A Field Guide to Creatures that Cannot Rest in Peace, Poe' s Lighthouse, Richard Matheson' s The Link. AUDIO DROME: Featuring the spooky sounds of The Ghastly Ones, plus reviews of Hostel OST, Effects OST, King Kong vs. Godzilla OST, Vampyros Lesbos Sexadelic Dance Party OST, Rob Zombie, The Independents, The Van Orsdels, Yells From the Crypt, Prom Queen Massacre, Himsa. PLAY DEAD: Fury of Dracula, Condemned: Criminal Origins, Deadly Vacation. CLASSIC CUT: Screamin' Jay Hawkins's I Put A Spell On You.


Issue 55
April 2006

SINEMA OF FLESH AND BLOOD Rue Morgue mounts an exploration of the relationship between horror and pornography with a peek at the perverse pleasures of the Eurotic horror movement of the 1970s. Exclusive interviews with filmmakers Jean Rollin, Jose Larraz and scream queen Lina Romay. Plus: Joe D'Amato exhumed, contemporary Splatter Porn and more! DAWN OF THE DEAD HEROES The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman explains what happened to the classic men in tights after Marvel placed its entire universe in his maniacal hands. Plus: a corpse comics APB and a look back at Deadworld. INVASION OF THE SEX SLUGS FROM OUTER SPACE! James Gunn gives us the scoop on the goop in his new retro-splatter-comedy Slither. NECRO EROTICA Exhumed for your viewing pleasure, the beautifully morbid photography of Chad Michael Ward. NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND: Pornography. DREADLINES: Del Toro readies Pan's Labyrinth, anticipates future monster movies; Rob Zombie back in musician's saddle with Educated Horses; World Horror Con brings top genre writers to San Francisco. CINEMACABRE: Featuring: Marebito, Final Destination 3, Tamara, Return of the Living Dead 4: Necropolis, Puppet Master vs. Demonic Toys, Tears of Kali, House of the Dead 2: Dead Aim, Hard Candy, and more! Reissues presents reviews of Gorgo, Night of the Skull, Magic, Satan's Blood, Poltergeist: The Legacy: Season One, Women's Prison Massacre, One Dark Night, When A Stranger Calls, the Luciano Ercoli Death Box Set and much more! INDIE TERROR FEST: Spotlight on Andrew Leman's The Call of Cthulhu. CINEMARQUEE: Earth vs. The Spider (1958)/War of the Colossal Beast (1958) and How to Make a Monster (1958)/Blood of Dracula (1957). SCHIZOID CINEPHILE: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2. BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS: The Ticking, Crickets, The Great and Secret Show, The Territory, Hellboy: Makoma, Werewolves: Call of the Wild. THE NINTH CIRCLE: Spotlight on David Wellington's Monster Island, also featuring The Nightmare Encyclopedia, Hitchcock and 20th Century Cinema, Poems Bewitched and Haunted, Kolchak: The Night Stalker Chronicles, Stephen King's Cell, Christopher Golden's The Shell Collector and John Pelan's The Color Out of Darkness, and more! TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR: The Mummies of Ancient Egypt. THE GORE-MET: Menu: Antropophagus. AUDIO DROME: Featuring the swampy, haunted, piano-driven rock jangles of Rock City Morgue, plus reviews of Die You Zombie Bastards! OST, Slaughter Disc OST, Hayride to Hell, Pledge Your Allegiance to Satan!, Zombie Ghost Train, Ennio Morricone, Covered In Bees, Hallowmas, American Werewolves, Severe Torture and Impaler. PLAY DEAD: Friday the 13th & A Nightmare on Elm Street Killer Trivia, Monster Mad Libs, Zombies!!! 5: School's Out Forever. CLASSIC CUT: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1886).


Issue 54
March 2006

THE EVIL THAT MEN REDO It seems any and every fright flick of note is getting a major studio makeover. Director Alexandre Aja talks about his highly anticipated return to Wes Craven's hillbilly horror classic The Hills Have Eyes. Plus: interviews with Craven, effects master Greg Nicotero, upcoming remakes and more! EROTIC GROTESQUE A look at the life and work of the father of the Japanese mystery story. Plus: reviews of the two recently translated tales and a guide to the best Rampo-inspired films, including Shinya Tsukamoto's Gemini. TERROR HAS BIG PIXELS The precursors to Resident Evil, Silent Hill, House of the Dead and Alone in the Dark were typically based on fright flicks of their era. Retro game fans have resurrected these early classics on Internet-based emulators. Log-on and play at your own risk! MINSTREL OF THE MACABRE With a playfully maniacal grasp of the grim, Joseph Whiteford channels his uniquely twisted tales into a variety of media including the humorous, horror-inspired music of Harley Poe. DREADLINES: Genre vets collaborate for Trapped Ashes horror anthology, Archetype Films leads horror production boom in Hamilton, Ontario, Podcasting poised to be the newest trend in horror fiction. CINEMACABRE: Featuring: The Hills Have Eyes, Karla, R-Point, Underworld: Evolution, Green River Killer, Creep, The Mangler Reborn, Zombie Honeymoon, Evil Breed, The Legend of Samhain, Santa's Slay, Le Portrait De Petite Cossette and more! Reissues presents Werewolves on Wheels, The Children, Don't Go in the House, Slime City, Don't Deliver Us From Evil, Buddy Boy, Cyclone, Slaughter of the Vampires, The Dark, Vampire Ecstasy, Pulse, The Beast Box, and much more! INDIE TERROR FEST: Spotlight on Mexican filmmaker Aaron Soto. CINEMARQUEE: The Virgin Spring (1960) SCHIZOID CINEPHILE: Sole Survivor BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS: Deadbeats, Elvira: Mistress of the Dark, Soul Searchers, 30 Days of Night: Dead Space, Black Harvest, Cry Wolf, Elk's Run, Shadow Rock THE NINTH CIRCLE: Spotlight on Brom's The Plucker, also featuring The Lure of the Vampire: Gender, Fiction and Fandon From Bram Stoker to Buffy, Civil War Ghost Stories, Kenneth Strickfaden: Dr. Frankenstein's Electrician, Cherie Priest's Four and Twenty Blackbirds, Dark Delicacies anthology, The Midnight Hour, and more! AUDIO DROME: Featuring label Monstrous Movie Music, plus reviews of The Exorcism of Emily Rose OST, The Cave OST, A Nightmare on Elm Street OST, The Skeleton Key OST, The Death Riders, Alex Otterlei, Stelladrine, Gutter Demons, and more! PLAY DEAD: Call of Cthulhu, Arkham Horror, Peter Jackson's King Kong. CLASSIC CUT: The Mystery of the Wax Museum.


Issue 53
January/February 2006

THE KING OF CULT Roger Corman, horror fandom's biggest and boldest personality, reminisces about his legendary five-decade long career in an inspiring interview. Plus: the evolution of Corman, film reviews and more. GRIMMER THAN GRIMM Rue Morgue looks at the recent popularity of children's horror literature. Plus: Interviews with writers Darren Shan, Gris Grimly, Clive Barker, Lemony Snicket, and a spotlight on the kid-inspired art of Dave Devries. R.I.P. 2005 The year in review. DREADLINES: Horror floods the American Film Market, more Romero remakes on the horizon. CINEMACABRE: Featuring: Hostel, Scary True Stories, Unborn But Forgotten, The Ginger Dead Man, Cookers, and more! Reissues presents Xtro, Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key, The Freakmaker, Alone in the Dark, A Stranger is Watching, The New Kids, The Big Alligator River, and much more! SCHIZOID CINEPHILE: Horror of the Blood Monsters BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS: Sight Unseen, 676 Apparitions of Killoffer, Universal Monsters: Cavalcade of Horror, Night 3, Chupacabra THE NINTH CIRCLE: Salem's Lot: Illustrated Edition, Book of the Dead, The Films of Fay Wray, and more! TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR: The Bone Church of Kostnice. AUDIO DROME: Thrash metal legends Anthrax interviewed, plus reviews of Corpse Bride OST, The Fog (2005) OST, Land of the Dead OST, Saw II OST, Blitzkid, Six Feet Under, Ed Gein, Destruction, and much more. PLAY DEAD: Evil Dead: Regeneration, MediEvil: Resurrection, Painkiller: Battle Out of Hell CLASSIC CUT: Goth masterpiece Bela Lugosi's Dead by Bauhaus.

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