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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

Modern Horror
Bimonthly
Magazine
from
Canada
Last updated:
5 November 2017

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Scott Matheson
Garry Malvern
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 107
December 2010

BAD TIDINGS
Finland's Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale taps into the grim lineage of Santa Claus to deliver a Yuletide yarn for horror fans.
PLUS: Krampus and the Dutch slasher movie Sint.
by Trevor Tuminski, Jan Doense, James King and Alice Jaroschek
DAMNATION AND ALCHEMY
Guillermo del Toro's debut feature, Cronos. To celebrate, the filmmaker talks about re-imagining vampires, building infernal machines and being exorcised as a child.
PLUS: The latest news on del Toro's many film projects.
by Phil Brown and Stuart F. Andrews
STROKES OF MIDNIGHT
A new art book traces the legacy of Hammer's vibrant poster graphics.
by Sean Plummer
AXES AND EYEBALLS
The Weird World of Eerie Publications opens the latest chapter on horror comics' grisly history.
PLUS: The Horror! The Horror! Comic Books the Government Didn't Want You to Read.
by April Snellings and Dave Alexander
CEREMONIA SATANICA
Exclusive photos from Rue Morgue's annual Halloween birthday bash.
by Ashlea Wessel
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Hood for the holidays.
DREADLINES
Famed Hammer director Roy Ward Baker dead at age 93; Jamie Foxx shepherding new multi-ethnic horror anthology show; Until the Light Takes Us duo mounting a horror feature.
THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Diminutive Devilspawn.
NEEDFUL THINGS
Elvira Action Figure, Zombie T-shirt, Catacomb Boxers, 2011 Zombie Pinup Planner.
CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features reviews of Black Swan, Paranormal Activity 2, Saw 3D, My Soul to Take, Giallo, Vampire Girl Vs. Frankenstein Girl, Lost Boys: The Thirst, Lake Placid 3, Ticked-Off Trannies with Knives, Terror Overload, Vindication and Aegri Somnia. Blood on a Budget tackles The Resurrection Game and Saturday Nightmares: The Ultimate Horror Expo of All Time! Reissues features reviews of Maniac: 30th Anniversary Edition (1980) Blu-ray, The Blair Witch Project (1999) Blu-ray, The Terror Within (1989)/Dead Space (1990), Crucible of Terror (1971), Curtains (1983) and Gamera vs. Guiron (1969)/Gamera vs. Jiger (1970).
CINEMARQUEE
Sh! The Octopus (1937).
BOWEN'S BASEMENT
The Incredible Melting Man (1977).
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Harbor Moon, plus reviews of Night of the Living Dead #1, Angel vs. Frankenstein II, Edge of Doom #1, X-men vs. Vampires #1 and Tomb of Terror #1.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Bob Fingerman's Pariah. Library of the Damned flogs an undead horse. Plus, reviews of Touchstones of Gothic Horror: A Film Genealogy of Eleven Motifs and Images, When There's No More Room in Hell: The Sociology of the Living Dead, Asian Horror, Riding the Bullet: Deluxe Special Edition Double, Werewolves and Shapeshifters: Encounters with the Beast Within, David Saunders' H.J. Ward, Ghost Stories of Newfoundland and Labrador, and Allyson Bird's Wine and Rank Poison.
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
International Cryptozoology Museum - Portland, Maine.
THE GORE-MET
S&Man (2006).
AUDIO DROME
Featuring cremation vinyl. The Blood-Spattered Guide tunes into Voltaire's Spooky Songs for Creepy Kids. Plus reviews of Drammi Gotici (Gothic Dreams) OST, The Horde OST, The Vampire Diaries OST, Kreeps, Cryptids, October Rising, Thrall, Sargeist, and Stench.
PLAY DEAD
Featuring reviews of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, Dead Rising 2 and Dead Space: Ignition.
CLASSIC CUT
John Updike and Edward Gorey's The Twelve Terrors of Christmas.


Issue 106
November 2010

THE ART OF ATROCITY
A new wave of rage-fuelled cinema is rearing its head in Serbia. Ultra-violent, explicit and psychologically crushing, one movie in particular has left a trail of devastation in its wake. Steel yourself for A Serbian Film.
PLUS: The Life and Death of a Porno Gang and a guide to Serbian horror cinema.
by Dejan Ognjanovic
TOGETHER IN THE SHADOW OF GIANTS
Romantic entanglements meet tentacled mayhem in Gareth Edward's epic indie creature feature Monsters.
by Sean Plummer
ONLY WOMEN BLEED
The only feminist slasher series gets the special edition treatment with the release of The Slumber Party Massacre Collection. We track down the women behind the "Ultimate Driller Killer Thrillers."
by April Snellings
HORROR COMES TO HOGTOWN
The 2010 Toronto International Film Festival previewed some of the most anticipated and under-the-radar genre movies. Adjust your anticipation accordingly, fright fans...
by Dave Alexander, Stuart F. Andrews, Todd Brown, Liisa Ladouceur and Trevor Tuminski
MY HORROR HAREM
Dani Filth celebrates Cradle of Filth's new album - based on the demoness Lilith - by rounding up his top ten favourite women in horror movies.
by Dani Filth and Trevor Tuminski
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
On the offensive.
DREADLINES
The Thing prequel aims to replicate world of original film; The Dark Tower saga set to return in multiple formats; FX legend Greg Nicotero adds 'director' to resume.
THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Diminutive Devilspawn.
NEEDFUL THINGS
Necronomicox, Proton Pack Backpack, Monster Kookies Jewellery, Zombie Sock Monkeys.
CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre puts Fangoria's FrightFest imprint to the test. Plus reviews of Hatchet II, Let Me In, Devil, Resident Evil: Afterlife, Case 39, 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, After.Life, Bikini Bloodbath Car Wash, Bikini Bloodbath Christmas and Bikini Bloodbath on Ice. Reissues features Nobuhiko Obayashi's House and Don Sharp's Psychomania, plus reviews of The Twilight Zone: Season 1 (1959) Blu-ray, Gamera vs. Gyaos (1967)/Gamera vs. Viras (1968), King Kong (1933) Blu-ray and Mad Ron's Prevues From Hell (1987).
CINEMARQUEE
The Soul of a Monster (1944).
BOWEN'S BASEMENT
The Pit (1981).
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Nosferatu, plus reviews of Weird War Tales #1, The Scourge #1, Eeek!, It! The Terror from Beyond Space #3 and Pinocchio: Vampire Slayer and The Great Puppet Theater.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: J.W. Ocker's The New England Grimpendium. Library of the Damned takes on Banned Books Week. Plus, reviews of A Critical History and Filmography of Toho's Godzilla Series, Horror Movie Freak, Scary Science: 25 Creepy Experiments, Reggie Oliver's Dramas From the Depths, F.G. Cottam's Dark Echo, Michael Marano's Stories from the Plague Years, David Moody's Autumn and The Art of Drew Struzan.
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Whitby Dracula Walk - Whitby, England.
THE GORE-MET
The Law and Inner Depravity.
AUDIO DROME
Featuring Pennsylvanian horror screamo band Motionless in White. The Blood-Spattered Guide spotlights tomandandy, composers for Resident Evil: Afterlife. Plus reviews of Resident Evil: Afterlife OST, The Wicker Man (1973) OST, Prelude to a Nightmare, Phantom 13, Mad Tea Party, Gravewurm, Diskreet, Nocturnal Blood and GWAR.
PLAY DEAD
Featuring Saw II: Flesh & Blood, plus reviews of Twisted Lands: Shadow Town and Mage: The Awakening.
CLASSIC CUT
The Rolling Stones' Sympathy for the Devil.


Issue 105
October 2010

WE ALL GO A LITTLE MAD SOMETIMES
Fifty years ago Marion met Norman at the Bates Motel and the modern horror film was born. Rue Morgue's panel of experts celebrates the lunatic legacy of Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece. Featuring Wes Craven, assistant director Hilton Green, and authors Stephen Rebello and David Thomson.
PLUS: A look at Bernard Herrmann's score, a new documentary on the film, sequel spotlights, and more!
by Aaron Von Lupton, Mark R. Hasan, James Burrell, Stuart F. Andrews, Joseph O'Brien and John W. Bowen
50 REASONS TO LOVE HORROR COMICS
From pre-Code grue to today's top purveyors of terror, read about the scariest, goriest, strangest and most original stories, series, characters, things and even places on the panelled page.
PLUS: Interviews with Bernie Wrightson, Dick Ayers, Eric Powell, Mike Carey, and more!
by Dave Alexander, Pedro Cabezuelo, Paul Corupe, Monica S. Kuebler and April Snellings
HE IS LEGION: WILLIAM PETER BLATTY REVISITS THE EXORCIST
The film often regarded as the scariest movie ever made arrives on Blu-ray. The man who started it all takes stock of its lasting legacy.
PLUS: Cinematographer Owen Roizman on crafting the look of evil. by John W. Bowen and Stacie Ponder
PLAYING WITH MADNESS
Derek Riggs, creator of Iron Maiden's infamous Eddie mascot, reflects on a career forged in metal.
by Ashley Thorpe
FESTIVAL OF FEAR 2010
Pics from Rue Morgue's 7th annual horror convention.
Photos by Ashlea Wessel, Matthew Marigold, Robert "Nix" Nixon and James Burrell
SKIN CITY
Zombie mayhem heads to Vegas in Dead Rising 2.
by Monica S. Kuebler
GHOULISH GRINS
The history of the jack-o'-lantern.
by Last Chance Lance
THROUGH THE CREAKING DOOR
Glass Eye Pix resurrects the dark audio drama for the digital age with Tales From Beyond the Pale.
by Jason Pichonsky
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
In the shower with Psycho.
DREADLINES
Sam Raimi brings Zombie Roadkill to the web; Teen filmmaker enlists Machete talent for Twilight spoof; Australian horror film being presold one frame at a time.
THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Psycho's Most Scarring Scenes.
NEEDFUL THINGS
Psycho House, Zombie Wrapping Paper, Blood Bath Shower Gel and Team Sleep Monsters.
CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features a look back at the Saw franchise, Todd and the Book of Pure Evil and new documentary The Aurora Monsters - The Model Craze That Gripped the World, plus reviews of Piranha 3D, Night of the Demons, Buried, Sea of Dust, Dorian Gray, Dark and Stormy Night, The Lost Skeleton Returns Again, Ghost Hunters International, Squeal, The Disappearance of Alice Creed, Madeline's Halloween and Other Spooky Tales, Parasomnia, Assault of the Sasquatch, The Bloody Rage of Bigfoot, Inbred Redneck Vampires, I Spit Chew on Your Grave and Terror at Blood Fart Lake. Blood on a Budget spotlights Legion of Terror and Cruel. And Reissues features Dark Night of the Scarecrow, plus reviews of Cannibal Girls (1973), Grindhouse (2007) Blu-ray, The Evil (1978) and Martin (1977) Blu-ray.
CINEMARQUEE
Horrors of the Black Museum (1959).
BOWEN'S BASEMENT
Reptilicus (1961).
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features American Vampire, plus reviews of Locke & Key: Keys to the Kingdom #1, A Very Zombie Summer, King #1, Ides of Blood #1, and Dracula: The Company of Monsters #1.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Rob Sacchetto's Zombiewood Weekly. Library of the Damned investigates the "zombie romance" of Hungry for Your Love. Plus, reviews of The Filmmaker's Book of the Dead, He Is Legend: An Anthology Honoring Richard Matheson, Night of the Living Dead: Behind the Scenes of the Most Terrifying Zombie Movie Ever, Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's The Fall, Haunted Legends, Jonathan Cape's Haunted Air, R.L. Stine's Goosebumps Horrorland: Weirdo Halloween and So Now You're a Zombie: A Handbook for the Newly Undead.
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Canada's Wonderland Halloween Haunt - Toronto, Canada
THE GORE-MET
Menu: I Spit on Your Grave (2010)
AUDIO DROME
Featuring the Halloween carols of Kristen Lawrence. The Blood-Spattered Guide investigates the Haunted Mansion theme song. Plus reviews of Piranha 3D OST, Predators OST, The Dead Matter OST, Earth vs. The Spider (1958) OST, Vampires Suck OST, Dax Riggs, The Other, The Birthday Massacre, The Creepshow, Psycho Charger, Psyche, Interment, Tombstones, and The Devil Wears Prada
PLAY DEAD
Featuring a round-up of horror games on Facebook, plus reviews of Clash of the Titans, Vampire Saga: Pandora's Box and The Serial Killer Trivia Game.
CLASSIC CUT
Robin Wood's Hitchcock's Films.


Issue 104
September 2010

DEAD AIR
Frank Darabont wants to rot your brain with his TV take on Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead, the greatest zombie comic of all time.
PLUS: Kirkman on his original comic book series and the TV adaptation, and quotes from the cast and crew.
by Dave Alexander and April Snellings
THE MEAT GENERATION
Fantagraphics' Four Color Fear unearths the goriest, most perverse and offensive terror tales responsible for ushering in the dreaded Comics Code Authority.
by April Snellings
FANTASIA
Rue Morgue travels to Montreal for the fest that showcases the most cutting edge, bizarre and often dangerous international genre films.
PLUS: A look at the Subversive Serbia program and short film highlights from Small Gauge Trauma.
by Dave Alexander, Stuart F. Andrews, Michele Galgana, Monica S. Kuebler, Andy Mauro, Jessa Sobczuk and Trevor Tuminski
THE RHYTHM OF WORLD'S END
Killing Joke original lineup reforms for a gloomy new offering to the audio gods.
by Trevor Tuminski
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
The seduction of the not-so innocent.
DREADLINES
Upcoming opera to expand upon 'Blood Countess' legend; The Mistress of the Dark returns to TV this fall; Puppets, drag and blood in store for Carrie stage adaptation
THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six Nasty Nazis.
NEEDFUL THINGS
Coffin Couches, Sourpuss Diaper Bag, Human Tooth Necklace and Bat Boy Figure
CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D and vampire comedy Suck, plus reviews of Predators, Nightmares in Red, White and Blue, The Death of Alice Blue, Durham County Season 2, Sutures, Puppetmaster: Axis of Evil, A Nocturne: Night of the Vampire, The Uninvited, Don't Look Up, The Brotherhood V: Alumni, House of Usher, and The Pit & the Pendulum. Abbreviated Terrors spotlights Eyes Beyond, Dracula's Daughters vs. The Space Brains, and Remote. And Reissues reviews The Evil Dead (1981) Blu-ray, Predator: Ultimate Hunter Edition (1987) Blu-ray, Submission of a Woman (1992), and Jason and the Argonauts (1963) Blu-ray.
CINEMARQUEE
A Bucket of Blood (1959).
BOWEN'S BASEMENT
The Horror Films of Joan Crawford.
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Boneyard Vol. 7, plus reviews of The Death of Dracula #1, Sci-fi and Fantasy Illustrated: Red Banned, True Blood #1, The X-Files/30 Days of Night #1, and Robert Bloch's Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper #1.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: PS Publishing. Library of the Damned celebrates Yvonne Navarro's "Wicked Willow" Buffy the Vampire Slayer tie-in novel trilogy. Plus, reviews of Dario Argento, Top 100 Horror Movies, Confessions of a Scream Queen, William Harms' Dead or Alive, Craig Davidson's Sarah Court, Twice the Terror: The Horror Zine Vol. 2, James J. Murphy III's The Nursing Home, and Barbara Wade Rose's The Priest, The Witch & The Poltergeist.
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
The Ghosts of Times Square Tour - New York City, New York
THE GORE-MET
Menu: ...And Then I Helped
AUDIO DROME
Featuring a look at witch house. The Blood-Spattered Guide reviews Alice Cooper's Theatre of Death tour. Plus reviews of The Beast Within OST (1981), Night Child/Evil Eye/Voices From Beyond OST, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse OST, Murderdolls, Mad Sin, The Mission Creeps, Lordi, The Last Felony, and Profanatica.
PLAY DEAD
N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights, Stabstab, and Soul of Darkness.
CLASSIC CUT
Verne Langdon's Monster Masks


Issue 103
August 2010

MALICIOUS FISHES
Joe Dante schools us on Piranha, a Jaws rip-off packed to the gills with blood, boobs, and other low-budget mayhem from the Roger Corman school of exploitation filmmaking.
PLUS: Alexandre Aja on Piranha 3D, and Roger Corman discusses the controversial Humanoids from the Deep.
by Phil Brown and John W. Bowen
CONVULSIVE BEAUTY
Nightmares in Decay, a new book celebrating macabre artist Harry Clarke, signals a renewed interest in turn-of-the-century genre artwork.
PLUS: The most provocative periodicals of the era.
by Chris Jozefowicz
KING OF THE CARDBOARD CASTLE
A new documentary celebrates the world's most unstoppable horror host, Count Gore de Vol.
PLUS: Six more contemporary horror hosts.
by Eric Veillette and Trevor Tuminski
LURID BE THY NAME
Astro Zombies, Blood Orgies and Corpse Grinders - Ted V. Mikels reflects on six decades of low-budget sensational cinema.
by Dave Alexander
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
A salute to poster artists.
DREADLINES
Scholars gather at Oxford for Fear, Horror and Terror; Historic home of Hammer classics set to become housing; Genre scholar Everett Franklin Bleiler remembered
THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Resurrected Water Rotters.
NEEDFUL THINGS
Arachnoid Guitar, Immortal Coffee, Dia De Los Muertos Jewellery, and Sarah Legault Dolls.
CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features reviews of Open House, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, Burning Bright, Southern Gothic, Neowolf, The Eclipse, Bloody Mary, Dead Mary, and Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet. Blood on a Budget spotlights Pop Punk Zombies and Horrid. And Reissues reviews Gamera vs. Barugon (1966), Horror Hospital (1973), The Best of Trailers from Hell Volume 1, and Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Beast of Yucca Flats (1961).
CINEMARQUEE
Thriller: "The Incredible Doktor Markesan" (1945).
BOWEN'S BASEMENT
The Kindred (1987).
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Dark Shadows: The Complete Series Volume 1, plus reviews of Dracula #1 of 4, Classic Red Sonja Re-mastered #1, Mystery Society #1, Hack/Slash: My First Maniac #1 of 4, and Nanny and Hank #1 of 4.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Dark Regions Press' New Voices of Horror anthology series. Library of the Damned says farewell to Necro Publications. Plus, reviews of Horror Film Aesthetics: Creating the Visual Language of Fear, Broken Mirrors/Broken Minds: The Dark Dreams of Dario Argento, John Ajvide Lindqvist's Handling the Undead, Nate Kenyon's Sparrow Rock, Adam Nevill's Apartment 16, Nate Southard's He Stepped Through, Nick Arnold's Evil Inventions, and John Skipp and Craig Spector's The Bridge.
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
The Amsterdam Ghost Walk - Amsterdam, The Netherlands
THE GORE-MET
Menu: Slasher (2007) and Break (2009)
AUDIO DROME
Featuring the doom metal of The Body. The Blood-Spattered Guide spotlights Adult.'s horror shorts. Plus reviews of Theater of Blood (OST), Dead Like Me (OST), A Primitive Evolution, Haunted George, Those Poor Bastards, Sybreed, Grave, Ramesses, and Scaremaker.
PLAY DEAD
Naughty Bear, A Vampire's Romance: Paris Stories, and I'm Not Alone.
CLASSIC CUT
Whistle and I'll Come to You (1968)


Issue 102
July 2010

WHERE DARKNESS LIVES: The creators of [REC] 2 shine a light on one of the most terrifying examples of the New Spanish Horror film. PLUS: An interview with The New Daughter director Luis Berdejo, the films of Jaume Belaguero and Paco Plaza, and more! by Dave Alexander, Rodrigo Gudino and Trevor Tuminski.
GRIM GRAPPLERS: From The French Angel to The Undertaker, Rue Morgue squares off against the killer tag team of horror and wrestling. PLUS: An interview with Gangrel, the vampire of the squared circle, and the Top 5 Wrestler Smackdowns in Horror Movies. Dan Murphy, Aaron Von Lupton and Trevor Tuminski.
THE CANVAS CANNOT HOLD THEM: Award-winning artist Daniel Horne built an unlikely career on classic creature oil paintings, but his monsters won't be chained to just one medium. by Gary Pullin.
GLOOMY ROOMIES: BBC TV series Being Human asks what would happen if a vampire, a werewolf and a ghost shacked up in a flat in Bristol. by Claire Horsnell.
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND: Thrill of the hunt.
DREADLINES: Fantasia 2010 Spotlights Stuart Gordon, Ken Russell and Extreme Serbia; New Festival Spotlight Horror Shorts by Women; Toxie Remake and Sequel Among New Troma Ventures.
THE CORONER'S REPORT: Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Perverse Penetrations.
NEEDFUL THINGS: Aunt Tilly. Pan's Labyrinth Busts, Barnabas Collins Doll, and Skeleton Doc Martens.
CINEMACABRE: CineMacabre features suburban siege story Salvage, and reviews of Splice, Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy, Dark Nature, Hard Ride to Hell, The Shadow Within, Women's Studies, Cockhammer, Nixon and Hogan Smoke Christmas and Colonel Kill Motherfuckers. Abbreviated Terrors reviews The Horror of our Love: A Short Film, Massacrator and Seance. And reissues spotlights Roger Corman's Cult Classics Galaxy of Terror (1981) and Forbidden World (1982), with reviews of City of the Living Dead Special Edition (1980), Death Race 2000 (1975), Euro Fantastico: The Black Cobra (1963)/No Survivors Please (1964) and Evil Toons (1992).
CINEMARQUEE: The Monster and the Ape (1945).
BOWEN'S BASEMENT: Death Spa (1988).
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS: Features Poultrygeist: Return of the Chicken Dead, plus reviews of Sweet Tooth Volume 1 TPB, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Bram Stoker's Death Ship #1, The Claw & Fang #1 and Batman Confidential #44.
THE NINTH CIRCLE: Spotlight: More Stories from the Twilight Zone, featuring an interview with editor Carol Serling. Library of the Damned presents a round-up of must-read blogs by genre authors. Plus, reviews of Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing and Horror Cinema: A Filmography of Their 22 Collaborations, The Bitten Word, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Zombies, Gemma Files' A Book of Tongues, R.B. Russell's Literary Remains, Mark Wheaton's Four Nails in the Coffin, Real Zombies, The Living Dead, and Creatures of the Apocalypse and Quentin S. Crisp's "Remember You're a One-Ball."
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR: Beyond Belief: The Curious Collection of Professor Rufus Excalibur Bell - Higgins Armory Museum, Worchester, Massachusetts.
THE GORE-MET: Menu: 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams.
AUDIO DROME: Featuring Dark Shadows audio drama The Night Whispers. Blood Spattered Guide revisits Concrete Blonde's Bloodletting. Plus reviews of A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) OST, True Blood: Music from the HBO Original Series Volume 2 OST, Harley Poe, The Brains, Balzac, Sabbath Assembly, Ov Hell, Hooded Menace and Rammer.
PLAY DEAD: Alan Wake, Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack the Ripper and Zombie Infection.
CLASSIC CUT: Guy de Maupassant's "The Horla"


Issue 101
June 2010

HEART OF THE DEVIL
Rue Morgue travels to Los Angeles for an exclusive interview and photo shoot with Glenn Danzig. With a new album and other projects in the works, he exorcizes any rumours of retirement. PLUS: The demonic muscle-bound art of Danzig collaborator Simon Bisley, a review of Deth Red Sabaoth, and more! by Trevor Tuminski, Gabrielle Gieselman and Dave Alexander
ONCE BITTEN
Alan Ball isn't much of a vampire fan, but that didn't stop him from bringing blood lust to the masses. Meet the unlikely creator of True Blood.
PLUS: Michelle Forbes on being the big bad maenad in Season Two, author Charlaine Harris' latest entry in the Southern Vampire Mysteries series, and more! by Monica S. Kuebler and Justin Humphreys
AT HOME WITH THE DEAD
George A. Romero invites us over for a face-to-face talk about his unlikely new zombie western, Survival of the Dead. by Stuart F. Andrews
THE RHYTHM OF FEAR
Australian dance troupe splintergroup stages a paranoid nightmare in the outback. by Michael Mitchell and Monica S. Kuebler
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Devil music.
DREADLINES
John Carpenter and Steve Niles team up for F.E.A.R. 3; Interactive art project puts you in the zombie apocalypse; Walking Dead TV series goes into production, and more!
THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six - Face Masks.
NEEDFUL THINGS
Karloff Busts, Remote-Controlled Bigfoot, Dead Tired Pillowcases, Undead Art
CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features reviews of A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Descent 2, Transylmania, Haunted Echoes, Life Blood, Cold Storage, Bigfoot, Penance, Abduction and Hospitality. Blood on a Budget reviews Zombie Dearest and The Landlord. And reissues reviews The Sadist with the Red Teeth (1971)/Forbidden Paris (1969), Two Evil Eyes (1990), House of the Long Shadows (1983) and The Masters of Science Fiction (2007).
CINEMARQUEE
Beginning of the End (1957).
BOWEN'S BASEMENT
The World Beyond (1978).
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Kolchak: Lovecraftian Damnation, plus reviews of Kill Shakespeare #1, Marvel Zombies #1 of 5, We Will Bury You #2, Random Acts of Violence and Grim Fairy Tales #5.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Philip Nutman's Cities of Night. Library of the Damned takes a look at the importance of young adult horror. Plus, reviews of Sexual Rhetoric in the Works of Joss Whedon, Silver Scream Volume Two: 40 Classic Horror Movies 1941-1951, David Moody's Dog Blood, Weston Ochse's Empire of Salt, Joey Comeau's One Bloody Thing After Another, Vampires, Werewolves, Zombies: Compendium Monstrum, Mira Grant's Feed and Bites: Scary Stories to Sink Your Teeth Into.
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
The Dublin Ghost Bus - Dublin, Ireland
THE GORE-MET
Menu: Specialite du chef and The Greatest American Snuff Film.
AUDIO DROME
Featuring Dutch retro-rock occult band The Devil's Blood. Blood Spattered Guide says R.I.P. to Peter Steele. Plus reviews of Clash of the Titans (2010) OST, Shiver OST, The Nothing Like Vaudeville Show OST, Prophecy OST, Diemonsterdie, Others, Soulfly, Wormfood and Kerasphorus.
PLAY DEAD
Monster Hunter Tri, Zombie Driver: Slaughter and N.Y. Zombies.
CLASSIC CUT
Danzig's Danzig II: Lucifuge.


Issue 100
May 2010

ROYAL BLOOD: AN INTERVIEW WITH CHRISTOPER LEE
To celebrate our 100th issue, Rue Morgue proudly presents the ongoing story of the genre's greatest living legend and the studio that made him an icon.
Plus: Interviews with Hammer star Ingrid Pitt, the man who revived the company, Hammer 101, and more!
by James Burrell, Sean Plummer, Trevor Tuminski and Paul Corupe

13 YEARS OF FEAR
Rue Morgue writers consult experts and luminaries for an in-depth look at how the genre has changed since we began publishing in 1997, and where it's headed...
by Rue Morgue Staff

THE NIGHTMARE GALLERY
We commissioned sixteen of the best dark artists out there to each create an original piece that exemplifies a personal nightmare, and tell us why the work haunts them. The results will scare you too.
curated by Gary Pullin

HYMNS FROM THE HOUSE OF HORROR
Dive into Rue Morgue Radio's first ever free downloadable terror tunes compilation, with a spotlight on all seventeen of the rare, classic, remixed and world premiere tracks! Hear what the bands themselves have to say about their caustic cuts.
by Trevor Tuminski, Tomb Dragomir and Dave Alexander

GATHER 'ROUND, KIDDIES
During the 1990s, R.L. Stine's creepy children's books sold millions of copies. The often reclusive, incredibly prolific author tells his own spooky story.
by Phil Brown

iSCARES
Rue Morgue downloads the top ten iPhone apps for horror fans.
by MARIE- eVE LARIN


DEPARTMENTS:

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
What's in a number?

DREADLINES
Indian film promoters take cues from William Castle; Kinetik Fest aims to make Montreal top destination for industrial music fans; New Mexico to host horror film boot camp, and more!

THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six Christopher Lee Dracula Deaths

NEEDFUL THINGS
Hammer Poster Reprints, Hellbent for Cooking, Gruesome Gift Baskets, Murder Ink Notepad

CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features Best Worst Movie, plus reviews of Clash of the Titans. The Day of the Triffids, Freeway Killer, Tony, The Real Wolfman, Dante's Inferno: An Animated Epic, Monster Warriors, Lo, The Caretaker, Ravage the Scream Queen, Breaking Her Will and Night of the Pumpkin. Abbreviated Terrors reviews Cheerbleeders, Night of the Hell Hamsters and 2:22. And reissues features Arrow Video's new Dario Argento DVDs, plus reviews Girly (1970), Honeymoon of Horror (1964), Goodbye Gemini (1970) and Knife of Ice (1972).

CINEMARQUEE
Gamera (1965).

BOWEN'S BASEMENT
The Giant Spider Invasion (1975).

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS

Features Day of the Dead: Desertion, plus reviews of American Vampire #1, The Mystic Hands of Doctor Strange #1, Zombies Vs. Robots Aventure #1, The Ghoul #3 and Greek Street Volume 1.

THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Tom Jokinen's funeral industry tell-all Curtains. Library of the Damned presents a World Horror Con 2010 recap. Plus, reviews of A Sci-fi Swarm and Horror Horde: Interviews with 62 Filmmakers, The Mammoth Book of the Best of Best New Horror: Two Decades of Dark Fiction, Marie Corelli's Vendetta, Seth Grahame-Smith's Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Alexandra Sokoloff's Book of Shadows, Altered Visions: The Art of Vincent Chong, Neil Cross' Burial and The Zombie Combat Manual: A Guide to Fighting the Living Dead.

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Musee Fragonard D'Alfort - Paris, France

THE GORE-MET
Menu: Long Pigs (2007) and La petite mort: Die Nasty (2009).

AUDIO DROME
Featuring experimental metal outfit Hobgoblin. Blood Spattered Guide features The Ghost. Plus reviews of The Crazies (2010) OST, Grace OST, The Wolfman OST, Robe., Rodentum: The Best of Dark Roots Music Volume IV, :Wumpscut:, Darkthrone, Psycho, The Vision Bleak, Lair of the Minotaur, Barren Earth, Omega Lithium, Unholy Grave, and Abscess.

PLAY DEAD
Metro 2033, Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon and Deadly Premonition.

CLASSIC CUT
Terence Fisher's The Curse of Frankenstein.


Issue 99
April 2010

FREDDY VS. FREDDY
One, two, Freddy's born anew...
Robert Englund passes the glove to Jackie Earle Haley for the remake of A Night on Elm Street. Both actors help us dissect the iconic boogeyman.
Plus: Interviews with the remake's director Sam Bayer, Heather Langenkamp and the makers of a new documentary on the original series, and the weirdest Freddy merchandise ever made.
by Aaron Von Lupton, Dave Alexander and James Burrell
GROSS ANATOMY
Yes, it's exactly what the title promises - The Human Centipede is a nauseating exercise in mad sciences that broadens the scope of body horror, segment by segment.
Plus: Confessions of a Rogue Taxidermist and Taxidermia.
by Stuart F. Andrews, The Great Orbax and Rodridgo Gudino
FLESH FOR FIENDS
Philadelphia tattoo phenom Paul Acker expands the art of horror ink, one ghastly visage at a time.
by April Snellings
ATLAS TO THE ARCANE
A hefty new tome by Cradle of Filth frontman Dani Filth and author Gavin Baddeley brings the band's darkest influences to light.
by Evan Davies
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Of 'burbs and boogeymen.
DREADLINES
Forgeries on the ride in vintage horror movie poster market; The 2010 European Film Market offers sneak peek at international genre titles; Miskatonic University planned for Montreal.
THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Television Trauma.
NEEDFUL THINGS
New Nightmare Glove, Dethklok Fountain, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Journal and Postcards, Red-Eyed Zombie Sleep Mask.
CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features reviews of The Wolfman, The Crazies remake, Legion, Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated, Sorority Row, Phantom Racer, Cabin Fever 2, Alone in the Dark II, 5ive Girls, 100 Feet and 2010: Supernova. The Latest 8 to Die for examines the fourth installment of Lionsgate's After Dark Horrorfest, including reviews of Dread, The Final, The Graves, Hidden, Kill Theory, Lake Mungo, The Reeds and Zombies of Mass Destruction. And reissues reviews Day of the Dead (1985) Blu-ray, The Wraith (1986) and Battle Girl: The Living Dead in Tokyo Bay (1992).
CINEMARQUEE
Them! (1954).
BOWEN'S BASEMENT
The Night Flier, Gotham Cafe and Desperation.
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features The Waking, plus reviews of Punisher #14, The Astounding Wolf-Man #21, Aladdin: Legacy of the Lost #1 of 3, Supernatural: Beginning's End #1 and Ghostbusters: Tainted Love.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Christopher Moores's Bite Me. Plus, reviews of American Zombie Gothic: The Rise and Fall (and Rise) of the Walking Dead in Popular Culture, Features from the Black Lagoon: The Film, its Sequels, the Spinoffs and the Memorabilia, Halloween: New Poems, Lesser Demons, In the Closet Under the Bed, The New Dead: A Zombie Anthology, How to Speak Zombie: A Guide for the Living, The Frenzy Way and Strange Magic.
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
The Accidental Mummies of Guanajuato - Travelling Exhibit
THE GORE-MET
Menu: The Toolbox Murders on Blu-ray.
AUDIO DROME
Featuring Italian metalcore outfit Stigma. Blood Spattered Guide features A Nightmare on Elm Street composer Charles Bernstein. Plus reviews of The Entity OST, The Descent: Part 2 OST, Silent Night Bloody Night OST, The Caller OST, Calabrese, Nekrasov/Aderlating, Sons of Azrael, Disfigured Dead and The Beast of the Apocalypse.
PLAY DEAD
Calling, Heavy Rain and Bioshock 2.
CLASSIC CUT
Carol J. Clover's Men, Women, and Chain Saws: Gender in the Modern Horror Film. (1992)


Issue 98
March 2010

THE CREATURE INCARNATE
When Paul Naschy died this past November, he left behind a legacy of monster movies. In an exclusive 2007 interview, the actor, writer, director and producer talks about being the "Lon Chaney of Spain."
Plus: The essential Naschy filmography, and an interview with his biographer.
by Mirek Lipinski, Shade Rupe and The Gore-met

A FATAL PORTRAIT
After more than 30 years and twenty albums, King Diamond reflects upon a legendary career as horror metal's reigning showman. All hail!
Plus: A new documentary reveals the true face of Norwegian black metal, and more.
by Evan Davies and Trevor Tuminski

AT HOME WITH THE GROTESQUE
Veteran photo illustrator J.K. Potter has created art for many of horror fiction's heavyweights. Join us as we dissect his beautiful mutations.
by Richard Gavin

THE GODSON OF GORE
Get ready for girls 'n' guts! This month sees the release of Smash Cut, Lee Demarbre's lurid and loving tribute to Herschell Gordon Lewis.
by Phil Brown


DEPARTMENTS:

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
"The Return of the Repressed."

DREADLINES
Famous Monsters headed back to newsstands this summer; Night of the Living Dead re-envisioned as animated epic; Chas. Balun remembered by horror fans.

THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six Gruesome Ghosts.

NEEDFUL THINGS

Paul Naschy Daninsky Figure, Living Dead Beetlejuice, Blood Spill Bookmark, Iron Fist Wolf Beaters Pumps.

CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features The Crazies remake, plus reviews of Frozen, Bad Biology, Vampire Killers, 5150 Elm's Way, Blood Creek, InAlienable, Virginia Creepers: The Horror Host Tradition of the Old Dominion, Skeleton Crew, Slaughtered Vomit Dolls, The Witches Hammer, Vampire Party, Dragon Wars, Rise of the Gargoyles and Pterodactyl. Abbreviated Terrors features Ashley Thorpe's animated love letters to classic British horror. And reissues reviews Kingdom of the Spiders (1977), The House on Sorority Row (1983), Uninvited (1988), Silent Night, Deadly Night 3 Disc Set (1989, 1990, 1991) and Orlok the Vampire (1922).

CINEMARQUEE
The Wolf Man (1941).

BOWEN'S BASEMENT
The Giant Claw.

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery, plus reviews of Weird Western Tales #71, Dante's Inferno #1, Weekly World News #1 of 4, Dead, She Said and Vincent Price Presents #16.

THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Bill Warren's Keep Watching the Skies! The 21st Century Edition. Plus, reviews of The Philosophy of Horror, The Best of Joe R. Lansdale, Dream Spectres: Extreme Ukiyo-e: Sex Blood, and the Supernatural, Zombies: Encounters with the Hungry Dead, Darkness: Two Decades of Modern Horror, Joe Hill's Horns, Barbara Roden's Northwest Passages, The Baby Boomer Horror and Sci-fi Handbook, Stephen Volk's Gray Matter Novella 5: Vardoger, and The New Vampire's Handbook.

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Dracula Castle and Poienari Castle - Romania

THE GORE-MET
Menu: Maskhead

AUDIO DROME
Featuring Canada's godfathers of psychobilly The Deadcats. Blood Spattered Guide features the music of Alice in Wonderland. Plus reviews of The Fourth Kind OST, Pandorum OST, The House of the Devil/I Can See You OST, The Deadcats, Creature with the Atom Brain, Rob Zombie, Six Feet Under, Shining and Through the Eyes of the Dead.

PLAY DEAD
Dante's Inferno, Scary Tales: Snow White vs. The Giant, Scary Tales: Little Red Riding Hood vs. Pinocchio and Aliens vs. Predator.

CLASSIC CUT
Enrique L. Equiluz's La marca del Hombre lobo (a.k.a. Frankenstein's Bloody Terror).


Issue 97
January/February 2010

THE FUTURE HAS FANGS
They helped jolt the zombie film back to life with Undead. Now the Spierig Brothers inject fresh blood into the vampire movie with Daybreakers. The twin writer/director team talks about bringing their inventive sci-fi-action-horror hybrid to the screen. PLUS: Interviews with Daybreakers star Sam Neill and soundtrack composer Christopher Gordon, Vampire Hunter D creator Hideyuki Kikuchi on his long-running sci-fi bloodsucker saga, author/editor Nancy Kilpatrick on the Evolve anthology and more!
by Sean Plummer, Last Chance Lance, Mark R. Hasan and Monica S. Kuebler

THE CURSE OF MOONLIGHT
The long-awaited, problem-plagued Wolfman finally arrives in theaters. Director Joe Johnston, co-star Hugo Weaving and effects legend Rick Baker help us tear through the rumours and get to the meat of the big-budget remake. PLUS: Lon Chaney Jr.'s grandson Ron stars in House of the Wolf Man and The Mammoth Book of Wolf Men reviewed.
by April Snellings, James Burrell and Monica S. Kuebler

HYBRID MOMENTS
Eerie Von's new book presents a photographic history of The Misfits, Samhain and Danzig.
by Aaron Von Lupton

R.I.P. 2009: THE YEAR IN REVIEW
Once again, we heap praise (and occasionally scorn) upon notable releases across the horror spectrum.
by Rue Morgue Staff

THE 2010 HORROR CONVENTION AND FILM FESTIVAL SCHEDULE
Plan your genre geek-outs for the upcoming year.
by Rue Morgue Staff


DEPARTMENTS:

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Growing up with vampires.

DREADLINES
Stephen King talks Shining sequel with David Cronenberg; Mulberry Street team leaves Manhattan for Stake Land; Australian horror films boost tourism down under.

THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six Leg Lacerations.

NEEDFUL THINGS
Bloody Energy Potions; B-Movie Bags; Tim Burton Skins; My Lil Zombie

CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features reviews of The Box, The Twilight Saga: New Moon, The Fourth Kind, The Stepfather (2009), The Echo, Hanger, The Canyon, Staunton Hill, Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown, Sauna, Eulogy for a Vampire, Fist of the Vampire and Bloodwars. Reissues reviews of Razorback (1984), Silent Scream (1980), Satan's School for Girls (1973) and Born of Fire (1983).

CINEMARQUEE
Murder in the Zoo (1933).

BOWEN'S BASEMENT
The Honeymoon Killers

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Howard Lovecraft and the Frozen Kingdom, plus reviews of The Unwritten #7, Victorian Undead #1, Strange #1 of 4, Strange Suspense: The Steve Ditko Archives Volume 1 and Vlad the Impaler: The Man Who Was Dracula.

THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight on UK publishers Tartarus Press, plus reviews of Produce Your Own Damn Movie!, Real Vampires, Night Stalkers and Creatures from the Darkside, Grande Dame Guignol Cinema: A History of Hag Horror from Baby Jane to Mother, Gaslight Grotesque: Nightmare Tales of Sherlock Holmes, Mark E. Rogers' The Dead, Tesseracts Thirteen, Stephen King's Under the Dome, John Everson's The 13th, Vlad Mezric's The Vampire is Just Not That Into You and Half-Minute Horrors.

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Museum of Witchcraft - Boscastle, UK

THE GORE-MET
Menu: Submerged in a Slime City Massacre

AUDIO DROME
Featuring the occult metal of The Grotesquery and the Blood Spattered Guide spotlights Fever Ray. Plus reviews of Child's Play OST, Night of the Creeps OST, The Definitive Horror Music Collection, The Misfits, The Riptides, Mad Tea Party, Esham, Sigh and Dissidium.

PLAY DEAD
Left 4 Dead 2, Dragon Age: Origins and Night Horrors: Grim Fears.

CLASSIC CUT
The Duchess of Malfi

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