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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 129
December 2012

MIDIAN CALLING

Two decades ago Clive Barker's Nightbreed was taken out of his hands and butchered by the studio. Now, thanks to a dedicated fanbase, the visionary Cabal Cut takes form.
PLUS: Interviews with actors Simon Bamford, Hugh Ross, Anne Bobby and Nicholas Vince.

by Ron McKenzie

 

RESTLESS SPIRITS

Genre legend Lance Henriksen taps Native American folklore for his first comic series, To Hell You Ride.
PLUS: Dark Horse editor-in-chief Scott Allie on building the company's horror line, and more!

by Monica S. Kuebler and Pedro Cabezuelo

 

HO-HO-HOMICIDE

Two of the men behind Silent Night, Deadly Night gift us with their fond - and not-so fond - memories of the scandalous 1984 slasher flick.
PLUS: Director Steven C. Miller on the remake.

by Aaron Von Lupton and Scott Neumyer

 

FROM ANVIL TO ALFRED

Hitchcock director Sacha Gervasi explains how making a rock doc got him behind the camera on a star studded biopic about the Master of Suspense.

by Stuart F. Andrews

 

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND

"What is this place?"

 

DREADLINES

30 Days of Night creators Niles and Templesmith reunite; Gregory Lamberson spearheads new eBook format with upcoming novel; "Sleepy Hollow" to get biker makeover in Chopper Movie.

 

THE CORONER'S REPORT

Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Barker's Beasts and Bad Guys

 

NEEDFUL THINGS

Day of the Dead Corkscrew, Nevermore Body Company Three Witches Line, Frankie And His Bride Salt and Pepper Shakers, and Ouija Shoes.

 

CINEMACABRE

CineMacabre features Julian Richard's Darklands, plus reviews of Frankenweenie, Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines, The Hole, Airborne, FDR: American Badass, Werewolf: The Beast Among Us, Bloody Tease, Blood Oath and Tied In Blood. Reissues reviews They Live (1988), The Night of the Devils (1972), The Complete Bob Wilkins Creature Features, House of Dark Shadows (1970) and Night of Dark Shadows (1971).

 

THE LATE-NITE ARCHIVE

In The Vault: Gifts that Keep on Killing.

 

BOWEN'S BASEMENT

Dug Up: Hard Rock Zombies.

 

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS

Features Haunted Horror, plus reviews of Ghost #1, The Pound: Ghouls Night Out #1, Sleepy Hollow #1, Rachel Rising #11 and Billy The Kid's Old Timey Oddities and the Orm of Loch Ness #1.

 

THE NINTH CIRCLE

Spotlight: Musique Fantastique: 100 Years of Fantasy, Science Fiction & Horror Film Music. Library of the Damned finds a new Christmas horror classic in Brom's Krampus: The Yule Lord. Plus, reviews of The Forrest J Ackerman Oeuvre, Speaking of Monsters: A Teratological Anthology, The Zombie Movie Encyclopedia: Volume 2, The Book of Cthulhu II, Hunter Shea's Swamp Monster Massacre, Mark Morris' Vampire Circus, Nicholas Vince's What Monsters Do and R.L. Stine's Red Rain.

 

THE FRIGHT GALLERY

On Display: Marc Hagan-Guirey's Horrorgami.

 

THE GORE-MET

Menu: Frank 'N' Flesh.

 

AUDIO DROME

Featuring the strange sounds of Corpusse. The Devil's Playlist explores the Darker Side of Christmas. Plus, reviews of Silent Hill: Revelation OST, Truth or Dare OST, Dead Souls OST, Alain Leonard and Alex Wank, Cradle of Filth, Swamp Thing, Theologian, Malignancy, and Satan's Wrath.

 

PLAY DEAD

Features reviews of Resident Evil 6 and You Are The Maniac!

 

CLASSIC CUT

The Other (1972).


Rue Morgue Library # 24
December 2012



Issue 128
November 2012

THE ESSENCE OF EVIL

On the 25th anniversary of Prince of Darkness, we ask John Carpenter to explain his fascinating yet misunderstood excursion into the heart of pure malevolence.
PLUS: Alice Cooper talks about playing the film's lethal, bike-wielding street schizo; composer Alan Howarth on how he and Carpenter created their groundbreaking score, and more.

by Michael Doyle, Dave Alexander, A.S. Berman and Patrick Dolan

 

PARASITE FEVER

The 2012 Toronto International Film Festival unveiled all kinds of horror gems, including The Bay, a sickening found-foorage parasite movie from veteran Hollywood director Barry Levinson.
PLUS: A round-up of the Fest's genre films.

by Phil, Brown, Dave Alexander, Stuart F Andrews, Liisa Ladouceur, Ron Mckenzie, Sean Plummer and April Snellings

 

THE DUALITY OF DARKNESS

Silent Hill: Revelation 3D writer/director Michael J. Bassett reflects on a series that dirtorts its characters' worst fears into a nightmarish vision of Hell.

by Dave Alexander

 

WEST OF HELL

A new album and novel from country doom duo Those Poor Bastards revels in ole timey grime and gore.

by April Snellings

 

 

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND

Apocalypse angst.

 

DREADLINES

Best Worst Movie director returns with home haunter doc; The Gate's Louis Tripp reinvents himself as a musician, writer; Dark Regions press launches psychological horror imprint.

 

THE CORONER'S REPORT

Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Sentient Slime.

 

NEEDFUL THINGS

Six Million Dollar Man Bigfoot Retro Figure, Death Wish Coffee, Zombie Foot Dog Chew, and Zombie Apocalypse Hot Sauce.

 

CINEMACABRE

CineMacabre features Richard Bates Jr.'s Excision, plus reviews of Sinister, House at the End of the Street, The Barrens, Haven: The Complete Second Season, The Moth Diaries, The Life and Death of a Porno Gang, Lost Woods, Kids Go To The Woods...Kids Get Dead and Mourning Wood. Reissues reviews Terror Train (1980), Fallen (1998), Mother's Day (1980) and Sleepwalkers (1992).

 

THE LATE-NITE ARCHIVE

In The Vault: The Poverty Row Cinema of Sam Newfield.

 

BOWEN'S BASEMENT

Dug Up: The Giant Gila Monster.

 

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS

Features Love Monster, plus reviews of B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth - The Return of the Master #1 of 5, Night Stalker #1, Homecoming #1, Lobster Johnson: Caput Mortuum and Judge Dredd: Cry of the Werewolf.

 

THE NINTH CIRCLE

Spotlight: The web-based freaky, fictional folklore of creepypasta. Plus, reviews of Real Wolfmen: True Encounters in Modern America, Popular Revenants: The German Gothic and Its Internationcal Reception, 1800-2000, Raising Hell: Ken Russell and the Unmaking of the Devils, David Wong's This Book is Full of Spiders: Seriously, Dude, Don't Touch It, A.J. Colucci's The Colony, Love You To Death: The Unofficial Guide to The Vampire Diaries Season 3, Guy Adams' Sherlock Holmes: The Army of Dr. Moreau, and Glen Hirshberg's Motherless Child.

 

THE FRIGHT GALLERY

The Cult of Chris Kuchta

 

THE GORE-MET

Menu: Porkchop II: Rise of the Rind and Zombie Babies.

 

AUDIO DROME

Featuring the dark electronica of Pittersplatter. The Devil's Playlist grills The Mission Creeps about their latest disc, Halloween. Plus reviews of Eraserhead OST, Frankenweenie OST, Friday the 13th OST, Troglodyte, The Evil Streaks, Seremonia, The Jimmy Psycho Experiment and Mastamind.

 

PLAY DEAD

Reviews of Darksiders II, The Sims 3: Supernatural, The Walking Dead and Murder of Crows.

 

CLASSIC CUT

The Stone Tape (1972).


Issue 127
October 2012

UNIVERSAL THE STUDIO THAT MONSTERS BUILT!

Genre historian David J. Skal helps us celebrate 100 years of Universal Studios and the classic creatures it spawned.
Plus! Carla Laemmle takes us back to when she lived on the Universal lot, the children of Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi reflect on their fathers' legacies, Creature From the Black Lagoon star Julie Adams and writer Tom Weaver on Universal's last great monster franchise, the lore of Germany's Castle Frankenstein, the five greatest sequels, and more!

by James Burrell, Paul Corupe, Moaner T.Lawrence, Sean Plummer and April Snellings

 

CINEMA APOCALYPTICA

If the Mayans are right, 2012 is the year we're all gonna die - the only question is, how? For years, filmmakers have speculated on all the ways our species could end, and we decided to catalogue 'em for your Armageddon convenience.

by Staff

 

'TIS THE SEASON TO BE WARY

Upon release, fans of the franchise hated it for its lack of Michael Myers, 30 years later Halloween III stands on its own.
Plus! We weigh the treats versus the tricks of the new Blu-ray reissues of Halloween II through 5.

by Michael Doyle and Aaron Von Lupton

 

ALL KINDS OF MONSTERS

Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett gives genre fans a peek at his collection of rare horror memorabilia with a new book called Too Much Horror Business.

by Trevor Tuminski

 

FESTIVAL OF FEAR 2012

Rue Morgue's 9th annual horror convention in pictures.

by Ashlea Wessel and Dave Alexander

 

THIS HOUSE IS HAUNTED

Just in time for Halloween, we recount the history of Disney's world famous Haunted Mansion.

by Mike Beardsall

 

HAUNTED REALITY

When it comes to scaring the hell out of an audience, the makers of Paranormal Activity 4 know that the secret lies in the normal.

by Dave Alexander

 

 


NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND

My Frankenstein.

 

DREADLINES

Eli Roth's Goretorium open in Las Vegas; Urban zombie game inspired by Danny Boyle's 28 Days Later; Racially charged story ignites controversy at Weird Tales.

 

THE CORONER'S REPORT

Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Apocalyptic Atrocities.

 

NEEDFUL THINGS

Universal Classic Monsters: The Essential Collection Blu-ray; Bela Lugosi Dracula Model Kit; Ring of Dracula Prop Replica; and Mummy Minimates Box Set.

 

CINEMACABRE

CineMacabre features Jennifer Lynch's Chained, and animated monster movies ParaNorman and Hotel Transylvania. Plus reviews of Solomon Kane, The Possession, Father's Day, Grimm: Season One, Bait, Screaming in High Heels, Crepuscule, PWCA, Her Heart Still Beats, The Revenant, Starship Troopers: Invasion, Deadtime, Dreams of the Dead, Where the Dead Go To Die, and My Sucky Teen Romance. Reissues features the five best episodes of the British TV series Hammer House of Horror, plus reviews Rosemary's Baby (1968), Re-Animator (1985), Death Watch (1980), Twins of Evil (1971) and Tales That Witness Madness (1973).

 

THE LATE-NITE ARCHIVE

TCM Underground.

 

BOWEN'S BASEMENT

Funhouse (1981).

 

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS

Features Colder, plus reviews of The Creep #0 of 5, Godzilla: The Hald Century War #1 of 5, Beasts of Burden: Neighborhood Watch, Dark Shadows/Vampirella #1, and Debris #1.

 

THE NINTH CIRCLE

Spotlight: John Skipp's Psychos anthology. Library of the Damned rounds up five books for the bunker. Plus, reviews of Becoming Ray Bradbury, European Nightmares: Horror Cinema In Europe Since 1945, Character Actors in Horror and Science Fiction Films, 1930-1960, The Mammoth Book of Body Horror, Hugh Sterbakov's City Under the Moon, Corrine de Winter's Valentines for the Dead, David Annadale's Gethsemane Hall, Mariah de la Croix's Restless in Peace, and The Vampire Combat Manual.

 

THE FRIGHT GALLERY

Raiding the '80s with Slasher Design.

 

THE GORE-MET

Menu: Death Metal's Goriest Platters.

 

AUDIO DROME

Featuring a round-up of monster records. The Devil's Playlist compiles one last listening party for the end of the world. Plus, reviews of Brutal OST, I Married a Monster from Outer Space/The Atomic City OST, Lady In A Cage OST, When a Stranger Calls OST, Zonen, The Birthday Massacre, The Panic Beats, Jess and the Ancient Ones, Chrysalide, Dethklok, Dopethrone, Auroch, Nile, Dublin Death Patrol, and Autopsy's brand-new DVD.

 

PLAY DEAD

We play Dystopia Rising: A Zombie Larp, plus reviews of Skyrim: Dawnguard DLC and Eerie Estate Agent.

 

CLASSIC CUT

Rondo Hatton (1894-1946).


Issue 126
September 2012

GENERATION SICK
Brandon Cronenberg's Antiviral sees disease, technology and celebrity worship mutate into a New Flesh nightmare for the 21st century.
PLUS: Hunger, sleep deprivation and pain - Antiviral star Caleb Landry Jones on playing disease bootlegger Syd March, and more.
by Dave Alexander, Trevor Tuminski and Ariel Esteban Cayer
ALL CREATURES GREAT AND TALL
To mark the 40th anniversary of the original Stan Winston Studio, the legendary character creator's son celebrates his legacy of mind-blowing creature craft.
by Jamison Ryan and Trevor Tuminski
FANTASIA 2012
Time for a sneak peek at the maddest horror movies on the horizon, courtesy of our annual pilgrimage to Montreal's legendary genre film festival.
by Dave Alexander, Mario Degiglio-Bellemare, Paul Corupe, Michele Galgana, Andy Mauro and Tal Zimerman
ANOTHER ONE FOR THE FIRE
Zombie Burger owner George Formaro celebrates one year of asking customers,"D'ya want brains with that?"
by Melissa Cocetta
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
More human than human.
DREADLINES
Oliver Stone's son plays himself in his ghostly debut feature; New Ontario-based animation house reviving stop-motion monsters; Zombie-themed cruise sets sail in January.
THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Stan Winston's coolest creatures.
NEEDFUL THINGS
Skull Violin, Alien Chopstick, Bigfoot Air Freshener, and Prefectly Random Jewellery.
CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features reviews of V/H/S, The Tall Man, The Victim, Some Guy Who Kills People, The River: The Complete First Season, ATM, Midnight Son, Scalene, Ratline, Black Rat, and Rat Scratch Fever. Reissues reviews Jaws (1975), Altered States (1980), Brainstorm (1983), and Tales That Witness Madness (1973).
THE LATE-NITE ARCHIVE
It Came from Outer Space (1953).
BOWEN'S BASEMENT
Prophecy (1979).
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Pinocchio, Vampire Killer Volume 3: Of Wood and Blood, plus reviews of Revival #1, Eerie Comics #1, The Infernal Man-Thing #1 of 3, Hoax Hunters #1, and Hellblazer #292.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Dark Faith: Invocations. Library of the Damned looks for the Devil in the genre. Plus, reviews of The Vampire Film: Undead Cinema, Kier-La Janisse's House of Psychotic Women, Horror and the Horror Film, A Book of Horrors, Corey Redekop's Husk, Stefan Grabinski's On the Hill of Roses, Rob Deborde's Portlandtown: A Tale of the Oregon Wyldes, and The Ultimate Dead Baby Joke Book.
THE FRIGHT GALLERY
Raiding the '80s with Slasher Design.
THE GORE-MET
Menu: Death Metal's Goriest Platters.
AUDIO DROME
Featuring glam-rock ghouls The 69 Eyes. The Devil's Playlist calls out Scum of the Earth's Riggs. Plus, reviews of Rosemary's Baby OST, Prometheus OST, Johnny Flesh & The Redneck Zombies, Bloodsucking Zombies from Outer Space, Calabrese, Rob Zombie, Grave, and The Forsaken.
PLAY DEAD
Features reviews of The Secret World and Deadlight.
CLASSIC CUT
On the Beach (1959).


Issue 125
August 2012

THE LIFE, LOVES AND STRANGE STORIES OF RAY BRADBURY
Filmmaker Tim Sullivan visited the author's home last year and sat down with him for a final interview. In this Rue Morgue exclusive, we get a very intimate look at the late literary legend.
PLUS: A roundup of some of Bradbury's best contributions to EC Comics in the 1950s, and the most impressive TV, movie and vintage audio adaptations of his work.
by Tim Sullivan, Paul Corupe, Jason Pichonsky and A.S. Berman
BLOOD IN THE WATER
A new in-depth documentary examines the lasting impact of the biggest horror movie ever made, Jaws.
PLUS: Producer Richard D. Zanuck takes us back to the beach.
by Aaron Von Lupton and James Burrell
THE FERAL CANVAS
Fuelled by metal and a love of '80s horror movies, Dan Mumford's art gives even the fiercest beasts a touch of grace.
by Moaner T. Lawrence
FAITH & PHANTOMS
The Awakening pits a diehard supernatural skeptic against a house with a horrible past.
by Phil Brown
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Mind over mortality.
DREADLINES
Exorcist play updates original novel with modern evils; Slipknot launches Apocalypse-themed music fest; First and final Man-Thing comics to be released together this Halloween.
THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Villainous Volumes.
NEEDFUL THINGS
Lego Monster Fighter Sets, Zombie Bath Salts, Cthulhu Tiki Mug, and Frankenstein Tissues.
CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features reviews of Prometheus, [REC]3 Genesis, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, The Devil's Carnival, Beyond the Black Rainbow, A Little Bit Zombie, George: A Zombie Intervention, The Zombie Farm, and Zombie Chronicles. Reissues reviews Chillers (1987), Gums (1976), Mystery Science Theatre 3000: Samson vs. The Vampire Women (1982), and Where Evil Lives (1989).
THE LATE-NITE ARCHIVE
The Mad Magician (1954).
BOWEN'S BASEMENT
Death Ship (1980).
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Dorian Gray, plus reviews of Mars Attacks #1, Extermination #1, Pantha #1, Grim Leaper #2 of 4, and Severed (HC)
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Chelsea Cain's Kill You Twice. Library of the Damned hunts down some New Zealand genre lit. Plus, reviews of Prometheus: The Art of the Film, Mysterious Minnesota: Digging Up the Ghostly Past at 13 Haunted Sites, John Hornor Jacobs' This Dark Earth, Stephen Graham Jones' Zombie Bake-Off, Caroline Munro: First Lady of Fantasy, Kim Newman's Anno Dracula: The Bloody Red Baron and Laird Barron's This Light is the Darkness.
THE FRIGHT GALLERY
Godmachine.
THE GORE-MET
Menu: Dear God No! and The Turnpike Killer.
AUDIO DROME
Featuring the costumed theatrics of A Band of Orcs. The Devil's Playlist grills death rapper Necro. Plus, reviews of Predator OST, Piranha 3DD, The Pact OST, Vampires Everywhere!, Skinny Puppy, Nachtmystium, Denial of God, Zombiefication, and Satanic Bloodspraying.
PLAY DEAD
Features reviews of Lollipop Chainsaw and The Binding of Isaac: Wrath of the Lamb
CLASSIC CUT
The Literature of Terror (1980).


Issue 124
July 2012

The Demon's Plaything - Interview with Sidney J Furie, Ghosts of Horror Past - 25 Lost Films, Digging the Dirt with William Lustig, Touring Can Be Brutal - An Audience with Dethklok, Diablo III, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, The Other.


Issue 123
June 2012

Love Hurts - The Loved Ones, The Invasion Begins Again1 - Mars Attacks, Miniskirt Massacre - Lollipop Chainsaw, Teller of Strange Tales - George Clayton Johnson, Marduk, Garbage Pail Kids, Zaat.


Issue 122
May 2012

The Blood of Collinwood - Dark Shadows, Jonathan Frid and other cast remember the TV classic, Tim Burton on his remake, The First Wave of Israeli Horror Cinema, River Monsters - Legendary Freshwater Killers, Eduardo Sanchez's Lovely Molly, The Walking Dead Video Game, Strange Paradise, Plan 9 from Outer Space.


Issue 121
April 2012

The Spirit of '82 - 30 Years of Poltergeist, Thrills, Chills & Double Bills - The Story of Crown International Pictures, Before the Devil Knows You're Dead - Industrial Metal Messiah Al Jourgensen, Viva La Rotten Revolucion - Juan of the Dead, The Devil's Carnival, Beowulf, Sarah Pinborough, The Boogens.


Issue 120
March 2012



Issue 119
January/February 2012

FORLORN MANOR
The cast and crew of The Woman in Black tell us why Susan Hill's haunted house tale may just be "the perfect ghost story."
PLUS: The scoop on London's long-running stage production of The Woman in Black from its stars, a look back at the original novel, and more!
by Monica S. Kuebler, Cleaver Patterson, Sean Plummer and Dave Alexander

FANGS TO FLESH
Before Jean Rollin died in 2010, one of his biggest fans travelled to his Paris apartment to talk about a career forged in naked vampires and Gothic surrealism.
PLUS: The author of Fascination: The Jean Rollin Experience blog weighs in on Redemption's five new Jean Rollin Blu-ray reissues.
by Eric S. Eichelberger and Jeremy Richey

BUNKER MENTALITY
Nod in agreement, shake your fists in rage or send us a strongly worded letter - whatever you do, read what yanked our cranks this past year in horror.
by Phil Brown, with Dave Alexander

R.I.P. 2011: THE YEAR IN REVIEW
Sperm monsters, gay werewolves, Nazi science, zombie orgies and shit jokes - Chillerama gives grindhouse the anthology treatment.
by Staff

THE 2012 HORROR CONVENTION AND FILM FESTIVAL SCHEDULE
Ready to scar that new calendar with a fresh batch of horror appointments?
by Staff

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Goodbye, Ghoulish One.

DREADLINES
Run for Your Lives adds new hurdle to obstacle courses: zombies; Night of the Living Dead alumnus seeks help to preserve iconic chapel; Rue Morgue expands into Italy.

THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Motel Monstrosities.

NEEDFUL THINGS
Create Your Own Zombie Action Figures; Lovecraftian Letters Fridge Poetry; Night of the Living Dead Karen Cooper Bobblehead; Killhouettes

CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features Ti West's The Innkeepers, plus reviews of Hostel: Part III, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1, Produce Your Own Damn Movie!, The Howling Reborn, Atrocious, The Child's Eye, The Perfect House, Face in the Crowd, Bachelor Party in the Bungalow of the Damned, The Gruesome Death of Tommy Pistol, and Demon Divas and the Lanes of Destruction. Reissues reviews Zombie (1979), Jurassic Park Ultimate Trilogy (1993-2001), Evil Dead 2: 25th Anniversary Edition (1987), Frankenhooker (1990), Maniac Cop (1988), and Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981).

CINEMARQUEE
Mysterious Island (1961).

BOWEN'S BASEMENT
Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II.

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Monsters Among Us, Dark Shadows #1, The Pack #1 of 3, Fleshdigger #1, Hawken #1, and The Strain #1.

THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Inhabit Media's dark Inuit folk tales. Library of the Damned talks adapting novels to comics with P.C. Cast, author of the House of Night YA book series. Plus, reviews of Zombies Are Us: Essays on the Walking Dead, The Films of Oliver Reed, Jaws: Memories From Martha's Vineyard, Patrick Melton, Marcus Dunstan and Stephen Romano's Black Light, Supernatural Noir, Jeff Burk's Cripple Wolf, Daphne Du Maurier's The Doll: The Lost Short Stories, and John Thomas Grant's Final Thoughts: Eternal Beauty in Stone.

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Hell, Michigan.

THE GORE-MET
Menu: Grotesque and Macabre.

AUDIO DROME
Featuring the morbidly fun punk rock of Stellar Corpses. The Blood Spattered Guide reviews Rammstein's Made in Germany 1995-2011. Plus, reviews of The Thing (2011) OST, Mimic OST, Chillerama presents Zom-B-Movie OST, Hookers, Rufus Rex, Forbidden Dimension, Nine Covens, and Cradle of Filth.

PLAY DEAD
Features The Walking Dead vs. The Walking Dead, a cage match between the two new WD board games, plus reviews of Infamous 2: Festival of Blood, Pet Zombies, and Age of Zombies Anniversary.

CLASSIC CUT
Fritz Leiber's Conjure Wife (1943).

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