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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 132
April 2013

THE WOODS ARE ALIVE
Thoughts of an Evil Dead remake threatening to swallow your soul? Director Fede Alvarez explains that having Sam Raimi in your corner is just one reason to welcome back the deadites.
PLUS: Straight from the set, the cast and crew take us behind the scenes, and more!
by Monica S. Kuebler and Sean Plummer
LONG LIVE 80S HORROR
Scream Factory is reviving one of the best decades for genre films, one pre-CGI gem at a time. PLUS: Steve Railsback talks Lifeforce, Renny Harlin on Prison, and more!
by April Snellings, Sean Plummer, Stuart F. Andrews, Tal Zimerman, Dave Alexander, Andrea Subissati, James Burrell and Scott Neumyer
DARKEST BEFORE THE DAWN
ĎTis the month to celebrate Walpurgisnacht, Germanyís diabolical cousin of Halloween.
by Moaner T. Lawrence
RETURN OF THE BIG BOX BEAST
Charles Band makes VHS horror freaks go mental by resurrecting Wizard Video.
By Tal Zimerman
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Do you suffer from fangina?
DREADLINES
Phil Anselmo and Author Corey Mitchell Launch Housecore Horror Film Festival; Toy Story 3 Director Uncovers Lost Ending to The Shining; Black Museum Lecture Series Launches 2013 Program.
THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Tree Mistreatment.
NEEDFUL THINGS
Zombie Bobblehead; Wall Torch; Hammer Dracula Bust; Zombie Flamingo.
CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features reviews of Stoker, Dark Skies, Warm Bodies, Sleep Tight, Citadel, Axed and more! Reissues reviews Toxic Avenger: The Japanese Cut (1984), Chiller (1995), and Mark of the Devil (1970).
THE LATE-NITE ARCHIVE
In The Vault: The Name of the Game is Kill.
BOWEN'S BASEMENT
Dug Up: Attack of the Beast Creatures (1985).
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features London Horror Comic, plus reviews of Hellraiser: The Dark Watch #1, Morbius: The Living Vampire #1, Baltimore: The Widow and the Tank, Snapshot #1 of 4, The Curse of Dracula.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Laird Barronís new short fiction collection The Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All. Library of the Damned takes bad book covers to task. Plus, reviews of Andrew Pyper's The Demonologist, Fear the Abyss, Australian Horror Films 1973-2010, Richard Gavin's At Fearís Altar, Allan Grave's The Zombook and Jeremy Saffer and Ash Costello's Till Death: A Guide to Love and Loss.
THE FRIGHT GALLERY
M.Fersnerís Diabolical Art Deco.
THE GORE-MET
Menu: Come and Get Me.
AUDIO DROME
Featuring Ghost Ballads by Lonsome Wyatt and the Holy Spooks. Listen to My Nightmare provides A Brief History of Horror Music Makeup. Plus reviews of Mama OST, The Relic OST, The Last Man on Earth OST, John Dies at the End OST, Combichrist, Tombstone Highway, Devourment, Wormed, and more.
PLAY DEAD
Features reviews of Aliens: Colonial Marines and Universal Monsters Online.
CLASSIC CUT
The Aurum Film Encyclopedia: Horror


Issue 131
March 2013



Issue 130
January/February 2013


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