Rue Morgue 135
Rue Morgue issue 135 includes reviews, features and interviews on the following horror subjects:
WHATS INSIDE A GHOST?
Rue Morgue founder Rodrigo Gudino takes us on a personal journey: how he created Rue Morgue Cinema's flagship feature film, The Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh. PLUS: An interview with Aaron Poole, and FX artist Anthony Scott Burns on bringing the film's mysterious creature to life.
Claire Bloom, co-star of The Haunting, helps us celebrate the 50th anniversary of what may be cinema's greatest ghost story.
LIVING WITH THE DEAD
Insidious director James Wan and star Patrick Wilson once again channel the spirit of old-school studio horror with The Conjuring.
MUMMIES OF THE MOUNTAIN
Renowned morbid adventurer Paul Koudounaris tours the burial caves of Central Luzon, where spirits speak.
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Faces, Faith and Fear.
Jack Pierce Memorial Gallery unveiled in Los Angeles; Street artist turns mental hospital into horror art museum; Dark Horse to publish exploitation film-themed comic book series.
THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Sack Head Assailants.
Predator Helmet; Bigfoot, The Bashful Yeti tree sculpture; Zombie sleep mask; Zombie Will.
CineMacabre features Byzantium, The Purge, Kiss of the Damned, Would You Rather, 13 Eerie, Errors of the Human Body, and more! Reissues reviews The Howling (1981), The Dark Dealer (1995) and Lifeforce (1985).
THE LATE-NITE ARCHIVE
In The Vault: Black Sabbath.
Dug Up: Citizen X.
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Baron Von Frankenstein: A Hollywood Fairytale, plus reviews of The Shadow #13, Lobster Johnson: Satan Smells a Rat, The Dream Merchant #1, Chin Music #1, and The Fall of the House of Usher #1 of 2.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Ronald Malfi's Cradle Lake. Library of the Damned investigates StoryNexus and Black Crown. Plus, reviews of Zombi Mexicano, E.B. Hudspeth's The Resurrectionist, Dreams of Fear: Poems of Terror and the Supernatural, Lee Thomas' Like Light For Flies, and more!
THE FRIGHT GALLERY
On Display: Jason Edmiston.
Menu: Fist of Jesus and Bad Meat.
Featuring The Builders and the Butchers' Western Medicine. Listen to My Nightmare turns the spotlight on Maurizio Guarini's Creatures From a Drawer. Plus reviews of Antiviral OST, Willard OST, Harley Poe, Three One Se7en, Dead by Midnight, Suicide Commando, and Corn on Macabre.
Features reviews of Resident Evil: Revelations, Mansion Run, and Hearse Driver 3D.
The Pan Book of Horror Stories series.
Size: 273mm x 202mm
Extent: 68 pages in full colour
Publication Date: July 2013
Market: Cinema / Culture
Cover Price: $9.95