Toronto, CANADA – RUE MORGUE, the world’s leading horror in culture and entertainment magazine has just become the first horror magazine to unleash an all new electronic version of its ongoing print magazine, now available for PC and Mac desktops through the Yudu digital newsstand (yudu.com) and as an app for iPhone, iTouch and iPad.
RUE MORGUE Digital offers readers all the latest horror news, reviews, interviews and editorial that has made the multiple award-winning magazine a worldwide phenomenon, plus a ton of additional bonus click-through content, including streaming audio and video highlights, hot links, easy browsing capabilities, exclusive content, multiple viewing options, personalization settings and much more.
Readers can now sign up to access their favourite horror magazine one week prior to newsstands for only the introductory price of $6.99 US/CAN per issue, $49.99 for a year (11 issue) subscription.
RUE MORGUE’s November issue #106 is now available in print and digital formats and features an incisive look at the bold new wave of rage-fuelled cinema rearing its head in Eastern Europe, with a special look at the ultra-violent and psychologically crushing A Serbian Film. Plus exclusive behind the scenes interviews for Gareth Edwards’ indie blockbuster Monsters; the women behind the “ultimate driller killer thrillers” of the Slumber Party Massacre series; the dark side of the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival, The New England Grimpendium guide to the macabre, the horror heartbreak of Motionless In White; Whitby, England’s famous Dracula Walk; a second look at the Rolling Stone’s Luciferian classic Sympathy For The Devil, and lots more.
Bonus features in the digital edition include a video Q&A with A Serbian Film director Srdjan Spasojevic, co-writer Aleksandar Radivojavic and executive producer Nikola Pantelic from the 2010 FanTasia International Film Festival, along with embedded movie trailers, streaming audio, sample book chapters and tons more.
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This past Halloween, RUE MORGUE Magazine celebrated its 13th year as the pre-eminent horror culture and entertainment publication. Launched in 1997 by Rodrigo Gudiño, founding editor, publisher and filmmaker, RUE MORGUE has expanded over the years into the Rue Morgue