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Issue #9 comes loaded with all kinds of underground goodness!
Ben Tatar talks about his days with Eva Gardner and his numerous dubbing roles in films. Strangely enough several of his appearances have been cut out or deleted which all makes for an interesting … Continue reading
You may have seen it, you may not like it, you may have some stronger feelings about it…but there is no denying its present impact as a first release has the horror fan communities quickly exchanging copies with a simple “you’ve got to see this”. Just as soon as “Human Centipede was gaining momentum on the horrific circle, comes along a strange entry that tops it with the single title of “A … Continue reading
Hell-o, information sucking leeches of the Horror literary world. This is a special coinciding review of Ultra Violent Magazine to go along with the movie review of Murder-Set-Pieces. You’ll see many other magazine, comic and book reviews from me in the future, from Masters of Horror and … Continue reading
Are you a horror collector, enthusiast or just admirer of classic movie memorabilia? How’s you interest in stills and lobby cards that at times never even make the movie cut? I think I found the magazine for ya. Creepy Images now on its 2nd release aims to … Continue reading
Rue Morgue arrives on the stands with its 13th Anniversary Halloween issue. A familiar face perÂ Anthony Perkins stares back with a sinister grin that has lurked in the minds of horror fans for generations past. Quite alot of content this month, not to mention the huge tribute to the Psycho film which turns 50. With a snazzy layout, RM brings us up to speed on the important facts on the iconic movie … Continue reading
Cruel Restaurant starts this issue off, and what a film at that. However what makes it special is that author Edward Lee gives us the rundown. Not only is it good writing but it makes alot of sense.
With a slight … Continue reading
Well, hopefully your aren’t new to this fine little well printed read…but if you are, you may want to pick up there 2 back issues as well. Creepy Images is the creation of T. Benxel who has such a love for all things horror collectible that he … Continue reading
Who says good things don’t come in small packages?
I beg to differ as today I received a rather cute and tidy read called “Creepy Images” in the mail. In this first volume you get 48 pages or cool old school horror goodness. In fact my … Continue reading
Now if that “walking dead” zombie isn’t a shocking piece of cover art to behold, I don’t know what is. And if you’ve been living in a box, welcome to the age of zombie films galore prompting a brand new television series that we hope is as good as it looks. That being “the Walking Dead” which this issue is focused on. TV may change for the better if a zombie series … Continue reading
Another turning point for a mainstay in the horror arena, says goodbye to the editorial talents of Jovanka. This issue begins a new phase for the team with a new editor in hand to carry forward. Though a quick glance thru would indicate that most of what we are used to is still very … Continue reading
Ok, kids…it’s that time again for another edition of what’s up in the Rue!? Now if you wondering what that huge oversized volume of goodness is sitting on the magazine shelf, then you guessed it right. It’s the 12th Anniversary Halloween Edition just in time for the festivities. That’s not all though…this … Continue reading
Every ones talking about Piranhas, and of course hot on its trail is the new film in 3D and an old “classic” revived from the grave. Rue Morgue pays their tribute with a full cover featuring the classic art that ripped off Jaws in a time when going into the waters was more scarier than Leather face. Of course it doesn’t stop there as theÂ mag hasÂ also included a 5 pages dedicated to … Continue reading
I think the horror magazine cover of the year just arrived. Yes you got it, the latest Rue Morgue magazine features a striking illustration of David Naughton, as he dreams of becoming one of the undead. Hats off to Gary Pullin for the fine piece!
Now without further ado, you are correct the them … Continue reading
The feeling of Blair Witch is in the air, as it’s noted on the latest homage cover of Rue Morgue #91, 10 years have passed since the uniquely frightening and groundbreaking film first arrived on the scene. I remember the time quite well as friends of mine passed around early bootlegs of what they … Continue reading
I’ve always considered Rue Morgue as a favorite printed horror mag. Hands down the design work and layouts far exceed its competitor Fangoria as far as a interestingly visual presentation. (Though with due respect to Fangoria, which I read monthly as well).
Add to that a firm appreciation for older material to balance the … Continue reading
Publication Date: 2007
Format: Color – 78 pages
I guarantee you’ve never seen a magazine like Girls and Corpses! Under the wing of editor Robert Steven Rhine, he has brought to you a unique blend of hot ladies, dead bodies, comedy, cartoons, interviews, and a while mess of crazy sh*t! Since we will be reviewing several of these issues, … Continue reading
MORPHEUS TALES – DARK SORCERY SPECIAL
Dark Sorcery: An Introduction By Tommy B. Smith
Power Drunk By John â€śJAMâ€ť Arthur Miller
The Word By Aaron Gudmunson
Secret Ingredients By Bill Ward
Moon And Shadow By Dennis McDonald
Veil Of The Weary One By Lee Clark Zumpe
Jackieâ€™s Lost Children By Lee Thompson
One Last Trist By Samantha Wood
Magic … Continue reading
Hey, is that tears of blood rolling down her face on the cover? Well I’m sure that isn’t due to the another issue of “Creepy Images” being released, as this extra loaded addition is a definite keeper.
Sure, there is not alot of editorial but that’s what makes it so cool. We get … Continue reading
Girls & Corpses you say? Â How about Girls and Alien corpses? Well one look at this months cover will answer that question… which is of course, geeh, when is someone gonna come out with a magazine that shows of hot ladies, horror and yep, alien corpses…look no further my friends.
Or maybe you’ve been asking yourself, where can I buy a magazine that doesn’t repeat the same content that everyone else … Continue reading
Some of the pieces could have been better than they turned out, too much of the best work was crammed into the back and I donâ€™t completely agree with the editorâ€™s pick. But I was introduced some new people I want to keep an eye on and got some more from authorâ€™s Iâ€™ve liked in the past. Thatâ€™s what I buy these magazines for. Continue reading