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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
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Last updated:
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Issue 118
December 2011

LEFT HAND OF DOOM
With his new autobiography, Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi looks back on the eerie history and diabolical influence of heavy metal's founding fathers.
PLUS: Jack Osbourne on his new Ozzy doc, and more.
by Trevor Tuminski and Martin Popoff

SURVIVING AFRICA
Corruption, malaria, cannibalism - as The Dead director Howard J. Ford explains, it's all part of breaking new ground in the zombie subgenre.
PLUS: We chart the outbreak of global undead cinema.
by Sean Plummer and Peter Gutierrez

GEARS OF FEAR
Artisan Thomas Kuntz opens up about the clockwork horrors that make him tick.
by Justin Humphreys

DOWN 'N' DIRTY DRIVE-IN
Sperm monsters, gay werewolves, Nazi science, zombie orgies and shit jokes - Chillerama gives grindhouse the anthology treatment.
by April Snellings

UNTOWARD TOYS
To mark the Living Dead Dolls' thirteenth anniversary, Rue Morgue asks creators Damien Glonek and Ed Long about their line of loveable little hellspawn.
by Last Chance Lance

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Hypocrites and horror fans.

DREADLINES
Brandon Cronenberg follows in his father's footsteps with Antiviral; Weird Tales evolves once again with new ownership; GWAR guitarist found dead on tour bus.

THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Children of the Grave.

NEEDFUL THINGS
The Year of the Dead 2012 Swimsuit Calendar; Cthulhu Waterglobe; Zombie Fridge Magnets; and Vampire Fangs Bottle Opener.

MEMENTO MORGUE
Rue Morgue's Banquet of Blood, Misfits show, Father's Day Cinemacabre, and more!

CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features Tucker & Dale vs. Evil, plus reviews of The Thing, Paranormal Activity 3, The Skin I Live In, The Sylvian Experiments, Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale, The Last Circus, Retreat, The Caller, Supernatural: The Anime Series, VLOG, Paranormal Entity, Paranormal Effect and Paranormal Parody. Abbreviated Terrors gives the final word on Up Under the Roof, Oysters & Pearls, and Mangrove Slasher 2. Reissues features Canada's first horror film, The Mask, plus reviews of Torso (1973), Subspecies 20th Anniversary Edition (1991), The Incredible Melting Man (1977) and The Bad Seed (1956).

CINEMARQUEE
The Quatermass Xperiment (1955).

BOWEN'S BASEMENT
Cry Baby Lane (2000).

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Brian Ralph's Daybreak, plus reviews of 30 Days of Night #1, Key of Z #1 of 4, H.P. Lovecraft's The Dunwich Horror #1 of 4, Legions of Monsters #1 of 4, and The Thing: The Northman Nightmare.

THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Turn-of-the-century French scribe Maurice Level. Library of the Damned shares a favourite zombie story. Plus, reviews of Studies in Terror: Landmarks of Horror Cinema; Gaslight Arcanum: Uncanny Tales of Sherlock Holmes; Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's The Night Eternal, Haunts: Reliquaries of the Dead, Steven W. Booth and Harry Shannon's The Hungry; Michael Rowe's Enter, Night; Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson and Tim Waggoner's Ghost Trackers; and The Buffyverse Catalog.

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Le Manoir de Paris - Paris, France.

THE GORE-MET
Menu: tenebrarum.

AUDIO DROME
Featuring drum and bass horror duo NC-17. The Blood Spattered Guide reviews Danzig's Legacy show. Plus, reviews of Fright Night OST, X: The Man With X-Ray Eyes/Tales of Terror: "Morella" OST, Gears of War 3 OST, Lonesome Wyatt and the Holy Spooks, Erebus Enthroned, The Brains, Misfits, Behemoth, and Untimely Demise.

PLAY DEAD
Features a preview of The Darkness II, plus reviews of Dark Souls and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record.

CLASSIC CUT
Black Sabbath's "Behind the Wall of Sleep" (UK - 1970).


Issue 117
November 2011

OVERTURE OF FEAR
The story behind 1925's The Phantom of the Opera is as ugly and elusive as the character himself. The man behind the film's latest incarnation delves into its legacy.
PLUS: Carla Laemmle, the last surviving cast member of the original Phantom, recalls the making of a masterpiece, and composer Gabriel Thibaudeau looks back on more than twenty years of performing his acclaimed live score.
by James Burrell and Trevor Tuminski

THE GOLDEN AGE OF TV TERROR
Rue Morgue tunes into an era when high-quality, original horror movies were a staple of prime-time television.
PLUS: Ten unlikely shows that have flirted with the dark side.
by Kier-la Janisse and Dan Murphy

DIRTY DOZEN
We link up with the director and star of The Human Centipede 2 to discuss raising the stakes on the disturbing pop culture phenomenon.
by Stuart F. Andrews

ARCHITECTURE OF THE DEAD
Empire of Death invites readers to visit the bone churches of the world and learn their secrets.
by Claire Horsnell

ABOMINABLE AFTER ALL THESE YEARS
After four decades, Dr. Phibes returns in a new novel by his creator, William Goldstein.
by James Burrell

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Faces, phantoms and freak shows.

DREADLINES
Canadian horror producer John Dunning dead at 84; Scream queen Barbara Crampton returns; The Exorcist adapted for stage.

THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Rat Attacks.

NEEDFUL THINGS
Friday the 13th DVD Collection, Skeletal Aprons, Batmosphere Necklace, and Skeleton Espresso Cups.

MEMENTO MORGUE
Guillermo del Toro at CineMacabre, KillerCon 3, Encyclopedia Gothica book launch, and more!

CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features 2011 Toronto International Film Festival wrap-up, plus reviews of Red State, Contagion, Apollo 18, Super Hybrid, The Clinic, 51, Deadgirl. Higanjima: Escape from Vampire Island, Truth or Dare: A Critical Madness, Sportkill, and Hidden. Reissues features makeup effects artist Mark Shostrom on Evil Dead II. Also, reviews of Halloween II (1981), Blue Sunshine (1978), The Pyx (1973), The Exterminator (1980), The Devil Within Her (1975), Dressed to Kill (1980) and The Face of the Screaming Werewolf (1964).

CINEMARQUEE
Kuroneko (1932).

BOWEN'S BASEMENT
Orca (1977).

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Severed, plus reviews of Battle for the Planet of the Living Dead #1, Kult #1 of 4, B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth Russia #1 of 5, John Saul's The Blackstone Chronicles, The Living Corpse: Exhumed #1

THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Weird fiction publisher Chomu Press. Library of the Damned has the True Blood blues. Plus, reviews of Monsters in America: Our Historical Obsession with the Hideous and the Haunting, How to Draw Chiller Monsters, Werewolves, Vampires, and Zombies, Robert Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga's The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor, Ronald Malfi's Floating Staircase, John Hornor Jacob's Southern Gods, Death Casket: Art of Unkle Pigors, The Ghost Handbook: An Essential Guide to Ghosts, Spirits, and Spectres, and Kenneth Hite's Cliffourd the Big Red God.

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Fiesta de las Natitas - La Paz, Bolivia.

THE GORE-MET
A hankering for Henenlotter.

AUDIO DROME
Featuring the return of Anthrax. The Blood Spattered Guide on Sopor Aeternus. Plus, reviews of Super 8 OST, Final Destination 5 OST, Koffin Kats/12 Step Rebels, The Phantom Creeps, Fantomas, Zombie Inc., Mr. Death, The House of Capricorn, and Blood Red Throne.

PLAY DEAD
Reviews Dead Island, The Binding of Isaac, Bloodrayne: Betrayal, Cthulhu Gloom: The Game of Unspeakable Incidents and Squamous Consequences, and Zombie Smarts: Clear Your Mind.

CLASSIC CUT
S.T. Joshi's The Weird Tale (1990).


Issue 116
October 2011

MAN IS AN INSECT
On the 25th anniversary of his defining film, David Cronenberg reflects on the horrors of The Fly.
PLUS: Creature effects designer Chris Walas, and actors Eric Stoltz and John Getz discuss The Fly through to its monstrous sequel; David Hedison and Brett Halsey of the original trilogy recount their respective transformations; and the authors of The Fly at Fifty trace the fascinating life of George Langelaan, the man behind the original story.
by Dave Alexander, James Burrell and Trevor Tuminski

POSTER MONDO
Rue Morgue scours the globe for the most eye-popping horror movie poster art you've probably never seen.
by Tal Zimerman

DIE MUTILATED!
The stars of Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky flashback twenty years to making the ultimate kung fu splatterfest.
PLUS: More crazy kung fu horror films.
by Aaron Von Lupton and Colin Geddes

MELANCHOLY THEATRE
William Basso uses a variety of media to set the stage for the antiquated ghouls and haunted ephemera of his twilight world.
by April Snellings

FESTIVAL OF FEAR 2011
Rue Morgue's 8th annual horror convention in pictures.
photos by Ashlea Wessel, Matthew Marigold, Dave Alexander and Kiva Reardon

UNFINISHED HORROR BUSINESS
Jerry Only evades the cops long enough to fill us in on the Misfits' first original album in nearly thirteen years.
by Tomb Dragomir and Trevor Tuminski

WHEN HELL FREEZES OVER
Rue Morgue discovers new life on the set of The Thing prequel.
by Trevor Tuminski

CARVING OUT A NICHE
The director of ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2 and the director of the original My Bloody Valentine talk 30 years of slasher cinema.
by Sean Plummer

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Beyond Brundle.

DREADLINES
Rue Morgue founder in production on first feature; Toronto After Dark Film Festival marks its sixth year; Hammer screenwriter Jimmy Sangster dead at 83.

THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: The Fly's Flesh Transgressions.

NEEDFUL THINGS
The Fly Bobble-head, Dismember-Me Plush Zombie, Brain Soap in a Jar, and Ossuary Dice.

MEMENTO MORGUE
We remember Halloween.

CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features Savage, and paranormal investigators on Paranormal Activity 3, plus reviews of Fright Night, Final Destination 5, Shark Night 3D, Texas Killing Fields, Bereavement, Strigoi: The Undead, Creature, The Coffin, Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings, Frat House Massacre, Yellowbrickroad, Dead Cert, Mothman, Exit 33, Dinocroc vs. Supergator, Megashark versus Giant Octopus, Creep Creepersin's Frankenstein, Ding Dong Dead and Peeping Blog. Abbreviated Terrors presents Stealin' Home, Hike and Curiosity Kills. Reissues features Guillermo del Toro on Mimic: The Director's Cut, while John W. Bowen and The Gore-met taking on the Retro '80s box set from Camp Motion Pictures. Also featuring reviews of Things (1989), Damnation Alley (1977), MST3K vs. Gamera: Mystery Science Theater 3000, Vol. XXI (1991), The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer (1993), Final Exam (1981), Trailers From Hell! Volume Two and Elvira's Movie Macabre: The Satanic Rites of Dracula/The Werewolf of Washington and Night of the Living Dead/I Eat Your Skin.

CINEMARQUEE
Island of Lost Souls (1932).

BOWEN'S BASEMENT
The Baby (1973), The Unseen (1980) and Bad Boy Bubby (1993).

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features The Strange Case of Luther Strode, plus reviews of Dark Axis: Rise of the Overmen #1, The Vault #1 of 3, The Heap #1 of 3, Walter Koenig's Things to Come #1 and Anne Rice's Servant of the Bones #1.

THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: John Landis' Monsters in the Movies: 100 Years of Cinematic Nightmares. Library of the Damned grills Liisa Ladouceur on Encyclopedia Gothica. Plus, reviews of Perverse Titillation: The Exploitation Cinema of Italy, Spain and France, 1960-1980, Back from the Dead: Remakes of the Romero Zombie Films as Markers of Their Times, Halloween Nation: Behind the Scenes of America's Fright Night, In Laymon's Terms, Joseph Nassise's Eyes to See, Gris Grimly's Atrum Secretum: 13 Years of Hidden Truths, Tim Powers' The Bible Repairman and Other Stories and Kendare Blake: Anna Dressed in Blood.

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Fort Fright at Old Fort Henry - Kingston, Ontario.

THE GORE-MET
Chewing the fat with H.G. Lewis.

AUDIO DROME
Featuring Ghost, the world's most elusive metal band. The Blood Spattered Guide interviews Ghoul. Plus reviews of Dexter: Season 5 OST, Being Human Series 1 and 2 OST, The Shrine OST, Hammer Legacy: The Frankenstein Collection, Hammer Legacy: The Vampire Collection, Chelsea Wolfe, Midnight Syndicate, Tasseomancy, Vladimirs, The Marshmallow Ghosts, Evil Elvis, Abhor, Alice Cooper, and Morbus Chron.

PLAY DEAD
Reviews Call of Duty - Black Ops: Rezurrection, Ugly Americans Apocalypsegeddon, Trauma, Granny vs. Zombies and Ghostly Trivia/Undead Trivia.

CLASSIC CUT
Paul Leni's The Man Who Laughs (1928).


Issue 115
September 2011

WELCOME TO BLOOD BEACH
Dead Island drops the cartoon gore and humour of today's top zombie gaes for something much more realistic, grisly and terrifying.
PLUS: A look ahead at The Walking Dead game and other upcoming zombie titles.
by Monica S. Kuebler and Dave Alexander

STILL CREEPIN' WHILE YOU'RE SLEEPIN'
Alice Cooper and the original bad dream team reunite for a sequel to his most famous album, Welcome to My Nightmare.
PLUS: Producer Bob Ezrin on creating both the original record and Welcome 2 My Nightmare.
by Aaron Von Lupton and Trevor Tuminski

FANTASIA 2011
Celebrating fifteen years, the FanTasia Film Festival once again lured Rue Morgue to Montreal to digest equal amounts of boundary-pushing cinema, French beer and poutine.
by Stuart F. Andrews, Paul Corupe, Mario Degiglio-Bellemare, Michele Galgana, Andy Mauro and Trevor Tuminski

NIGHT TERRORS
Guided by producer Guillermo del Toro, Tory Nixey takes on a remake of the 1970s TV movie Don't Be Afraid of the Dark.
by Phil Brown

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Earn your place.

DREADLINES
New website integrates social networking with the funeral industry; Inside directors unveil Argento-inspired vampire film; Horror prop maker reality show coming to Syfy.

THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Vicious Villagers.

NEEDFUL THINGS
Rue Morgue Musicskins, Cthulhu Lollipops, 3-D Zombie Fridge Magnets, and Hammer Horror Masterpiece Collection.

MEMENTO MORGUE
Rue Morgue at San Diego Comic Con.

CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features Adam Wingard's A Horrible Way to Die, plus reviews of Cowboys & Aliens, Boggy Creek, Medium Raw: Night of the Wolf, The Task, Scream of the Banshee, Slime City Massacre, The Violent Kind, Cell 213, I am Virgin, Stripperland!, and The Terminators. Reissues offers up reviews Bloody Birthday (1981), Blood Bath (1966), The Nesting (1981), and Nightmares (1980).

CINEMARQUEE
The Phantom Carriage (1921).

BOWEN'S BASEMENT
Jason Zinoman's new book Shock Value.

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Andrew Foley and Fiona Staples' Done to Death, plus reviews of Crawl to Me #1, Hack/Slash Meets Zombies vs. Cheerleaders #1, Flashpoint: Frankenstein and the Creatures of the Unknown #2 of 3, Witchdoctor #1 of 4, and Ghost Rider #1.

THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: New anthology The Monster's Corner. Library of the Damned mourns the loss of L.A. Banks. Plus, reviews of Generation Zombie: Essays on the Living Dead in Modern Culture, The Haunting of Twentieth-Century America, Sell Your Own Damn Movie!, Dan Simmons' Summer of Night, Eric S. Brown's Bigfoot War 2: Dead in the Woods, Awful/Resilient: The Art of Alex Pardee, David Lubar's Attack of the Vampire Weenies, and Bob McLain's Snow White and the Seven Dead Dwarves: A Zombie Fairy Tale.

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Wicklow's Historic Gaol - Wicklow, Ireland.

THE GORE-MET
Brain Dead, and Opstandelsen.

AUDIO DROME
Featuring hybrid indie pop-cabaret band The Real Tuesday Weld. The Blood Spattered Guide talks to Kim Nekroman about the new Nekromanics album, What Happens in Hell Stays in Hell. Plus reviews of Scream OST, Zombie! OST, The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: Volume 1 OST, The Channeling, God Module, :Wumpscut:, Vomitoma, Goreaphobia, and Denial Fiend.

PLAY DEAD
Featuring a round-up of creepy iPhone games, plus reviews of Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon, Dead Block, and Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D.

CLASSIC CUT
Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone Magazine (1981-1989).


Issue 114
August 2011

RIGHT NEXT DOOR TO HELL
With a remake out this month, we go back to the original bloodsucker-plagued suburbs of 1985's Fright Night. Writer/director Tom Holland helps us illustrate how his unlikely hit reinvented the vampire for modern viewers.
PLUS: Stars Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale and Stephen Geoffreys reminisce about the shoot; and Colin Farrell, Anton Yelchin and Craig Gillespie discuss the new remake.
by April Snellings, Trevor Tuminski, Monica S. Kuebler and Dave Alexander

SMALL TOWN STRANGE
Haven, an unsettling series about a tormented town with deep, dark secrets, is just one of the growing army of genre programs invading your TV.
PLUS: A round-up of this season's new and returning horror shows. >
by Monica S. Kuebler, Trevor Tuminski, Brenton Bentz, Pedro Cabezuelo and Dave Alexander

ANATOMY DIVINE
Body Worlds creator Gunther von Hagens on morbid art, controversial science and facing his own mortality
by Nadja Sayej
with photos by Dave Alexander

FEAR THE REAPER
In anticipation of this month's Final Destination 5, we've rounded up the franchise's top ten kills to prove that death never takes a holiday.
by Last Chance Lance

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Vampires and VHS.

DREADLINES
Behind the Mask director seeks funding via Facebook, Horror films ignite controversy on both ends of political spectrum, After Dark film set to become a play to die for.

THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Bar Brutality.

NEEDFUL THINGS
Vamplets, Zombie Blood, Cthulhu Roaster and The Kraken Rum.

CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features reviews of Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, Cyrus: Mind of a Serial Killer, Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet, Blood Junkie, Exorcismus, Mongolian Death Worm, Fall Down Dead, Killer Yacht Party, Death Tube, Death Tube 2, and Cam Girl. Reissues features reviews of Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story (2007), The Last Dinosaur (1977), Alien 2: On Earth (1980), and Old Dracula (1975).

CINEMARQUEE
Curse of the Faceless Man (1958).

BOWEN'S BASEMENT
Bowen calls bullshit on genre deniers.

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Xombi, Mystery Men #2 of 5, Brightest Day Aftermath: The Search for Swamp Thing #1 of 3, Fear Itself: Fearsome Four #1 of 4, That Hellbound Train #1 of 3, and The Goon #34.

THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: In Extremis: The Most Extreme Short Stories of John Shirley. Library of the Damned spills some convention secrets. Plus, reviews Allied Artists Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy Films, Benjamin Radford's Tracking the Chupacabra, Rock 'n' Roll is Dead: Dark Tales Inspired by Music, Gary McMahon's The Concrete Grove, Tom Fletcher's The Leaping, Crazy 4 Cult: Cult Movie Art, Martin Popoff's Black Sabbath FAQ, and Hank Schwaeble's Diabiolical.

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Rose Hall Great House - Montego Bay, Jamaica.

THE GORE-MET
Psycho Holocaust, Bunnyman and If A Tree Falls.

AUDIO DROME
Featuring the return of goregrind gods Exhumed. The Blood Spattered Guide discusses the horror of Atari Teenage Riot. Plus reviews Black Sunday OST, Heartless OST, Stake Land OST, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari OST, Hexentanz, Eve Hell & The Razors, The Black Dahlia Murder, Debauchery, and Haemorrhage.

PLAY DEAD
Featuring reviews of F.E.A.R.3., Alice: Madness Returns, Shadows of the Damned and Army of Darkness Defense.

CLASSIC CUT
Roy Thomas and Gerry Conway's Man-Thing (1971)


Issue 113
July 2011

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Issue 109
March 2011

DAYS OF HELL
The makers of Mulberry Street, Jim Mickle and Nick Damici, talk Stake Land, their new coming-of-age journey into the heart of post-apocalyptic vampire America.
PLUS: An interview with co-star Danielle Harris, and more. by Dave Alexander and Marie-Eve Larin
STRANGE WORLDS, SENSUAL CINEMA
Rue Morgue explores some of the most original visions of violence and sexuality from around the world. Interviews with Amer creators Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani, Gaspar Noe on Enter the Void, and a look at the special editions of Santa Sangre and Embodiment of Evil.
by Shade Rupe, Dave Alexander and Stuart F. Andrews
BODIES R US
Caught without a corpse? Hollywood movie and television prop supplier The Dapper Cadaver is your one-stop shop for all things morbid.
by Greg Jacobs, photos by Efren Herrera
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Mighty Men & Monster Maker.
DREADLINES
Pin director to remake... Pin; Monster mask pioneer Verne Langdon dead at 69; Former Leisure editor heads up new horror line.
THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Grim Gravediggings.
NEEDFUL THINGS
Rob Zombie Coffee, Zombie Jerky, Skinbag, and Nomskulls Cake Moulds.
CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features Sharktopus, plus reviews of The Rite, Season of the Witch, The Tempest, Tetsuo: The Bullet Man, Vanishing on 7th Street, Harpoon: Whale Watching Massacre, Hide and Go Kill, Hide and Go Kill 2, and Skull Heads. Reissues features reviews of Vampire Circus (1972), Not of This Earth (1988), The Cyclops (1957) and Puppet Master Collection (1989-2010).
CINEMARQUEE
Diary of a Madman (1963).
BOWEN'S BASEMENT
The Curious Dr. Humpp (1969).
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Wrath of the Titans: Revenge of Medusa, plus reviews of Infestation #1, Detective Comics #873, Doc Macabre #2 of 3, Let Me In: Crossroads #2 of 4 and Vampirella #2.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Michael Louis Calvillo. Library of the Damned considers the definition of horror. Plus, reviews of Zombie Holocaust: How the Living Dead Devoured Pop Culture, Jonathan Lethem's They Live, Columbia Pictures Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy Films 1928 - 1982, Lee Thomas' The German, P.C. Cast and Kristen Cast's Awakened, Sleeping Beauty III - Memorial Photography: The Children, Joe R. Lansdale's Flaming Zeppelins and Dwight Christopher Kemper's The Vampire's Tomb Mystery.
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Museum of the Weird - Austin, Texas.
THE GORE-MET
Blood Pigs.
AUDIO DROME
Featuring the old-time death dirges of The Unsettlers. The Blood-Spattered Guide tunes into the sounds of The Tempest. Plus reviews of Carrie OST, Dead Rising 2 OST, Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles OST, Fear Incorporated, Electric Wizard, Ghost, iVardensphere, Psycho, and Shroud Eater.
PLAY DEAD
Featuring reviews of Dead Space 2, Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, Jekyll & Hyde, and FaceEater.
CLASSIC CUT
Coven's Witchcraft: Destroys Minds and Reaps Souls (1969).


Issue 108
January/February 2011

PIETY AND PESTILENCE
Driven by the fever of both the plague and religious fundamentalism, Christopher Smith's Black Death takes an unflinching approach to the dirty, brutal world of medieval horror.
PLUS: The Anatomy of a Plague Doctor, and Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden's Baltimore: The Plague Ships.
by Monica S. Kuebler, Justin Erickson and Pedro Cabezuelo
KILLER IN ME, KILLER IN YOU
South Korea's most graphic and violent film to date, I Saw the Devil, has made a big, red splash on the international festival circuit. Director Ji-Woon Kim explains that there's a message in the mayhem.
PLUS: A history of Asian serial killer films, and Hong-jin Na's The Chaser.
by Phil Brown and Tom Mes
R.I.P. 2010: THE YEAR IN REVIEW
Time to celebrate the smashes and see what Rue Morgue trashes in our annual overview of the past year in horror.
by Staff
THE 2011 HORROR CONVENTION AND FILM FESTIVAL SCHEDULE
Start saving those vacation days...
by Staff
DIRTY DEEDS DONE SIX FEET DEEP
An Austrian art collective is granting the chance to take your sex life to the next level - underground!
by Nadja Sayej
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
WTF is "elevated genre"?
DREADLINES
Australian police raid film festival director's house over L.A. Zombie; Paris-set horror anthology to gather international directors; Coscarelli returns with adaptation of John Dies at the End.
THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Mutilated Musicians.
NEEDFUL THINGS
Nosferatu Statue, Zombie Invasion Hoodie, Grab A Scab, Plague Doctor Figurine.
CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features reviews of Skyline, Best Worst Movie, RoboGeisha, And Soon the Darkness, The Lost Tribe, Altitude, Red Scream Vampyres, Silent Scream and Scream Dream. Plus! It's a Dead World After All as we round up zombie movies from around the globe: reviews of The Horde, Colin and Aaah! Zombies. Reissues features reviews of The Magician (1958) Blu-ray, The Unholy Three (1925) DVD, Gamera: Guardian of the Universe/Attack of the Legion (1995-96) Blu-ray, My Mom's a Werewolf (1989) DVD and The Alien Anthology (1979-1997) Blu-ray.
CINEMARQUEE
The Hypnotic Eye (1960).
BOWEN'S BASEMENT
Dirty Harry's Scorpio (1971).
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Grimm Fairy Tales: Myths and Legends, plus reviews of Zombies vs. Cheerleaders #2, Abattoir #1 of 6, Dungeons and Dragons #1, Warlord of Mars #1 and Victorian Undead: Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula #1.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Zombie anthology cage match. Library of the Damned sets predictions for 2011. Plus, reviews of Ingrid Pitt, Queen of Horror: The Complete Career; Stephen King's Full Dark, No Stars; Jamie Lee Curtis: Scream Queen; Tesseracts 14; Dracula in Visual Media: Film, Television, Comic Book and Electronic Game Appearances, 1921-2010; Paul Braus' The Creature's Curse; Destroy All Movies!!!: The Complete Guide to Punks on Film; and Robert Aickman's Sub Rosa.
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
The Museum of Mourning Art - Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania.
THE GORE-MET
Sella Turcica (2010).
AUDIO DROME
Featuring The Young Werewolves. The Blood-Spattered Guide investigates a curious collection from Danny Elfman. Plus reviews of Alien Resurrection OST, Giallo OST, Mirrors 2 OST, Zombie Surf Camp, The Church of Abject Sorrow, The von Drats, Acid Witch, Athorn and Yogsothery - Gate 1: Chaosmogonic Rituals of Fear.
PLAY DEAD
Featuring reviews of Dead Space 2, Fallout: New Vegas, Splatterhouse and Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare.
CLASSIC CUT
Edgar Allan Poe's "The Masque of the Red Death."

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