Rue Morgue 153
Rue Morgue issue 153 includes reviews, features and interviews on the following horror subjects:
THE KING OF COLOSSAL
He earned the name 'Mr. B.I.G..' for his movies about giant monsters. Now, 25 years after his last release, we track down the legendary Bert I. Gordon to talk about his new film... and a legacy of keeping it large.
He created images of monsters, freaks and ravaged women long before America was ready for them, his writings helped found the Church of Satan, and his philosophies about the unnatural are revolutionary. Yet William Mortensen remains shockingly underexposed...
IN THE KEY OF MADNESS
John Carpenter's synth soundtracks are as legendary as his films. Now the master of the minimalist score releases his first album of music for horror movies that exist only in your head.
THE CURIOUS TALE OF A FRENCH ANATOMIST
Medical master or visionary artist? Honoré Fragonard was both. And the first to bring science into the theatre of grim spectacle.
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
News highlights, horror happenings.
THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts.
Strange trinkets from our bazaar of the bizarre.
The latest films, the newest DVDs and reissues.
THE LATE-NITE ARCHIVE
In The Vault: A Candle for the Devil.
Dug Up: Luther the Geek.
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Inked In: The Fly: Outbreak.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Sara Taylor's Boring Girls.
THE FRIGHT GALLERY
On Display: The art of Skinner.
Menu: Two from Adam Ahlbrandt.
Featuring: Elder Sign and Eldritch Horror: Mountains of Madness.
Call of Cthulhu RPG.
Size: 273mm x 202mm
Extent: 68 pages in full colour
Publication Date: March 2015
Market: Cinema / Culture
Cover Price: $9.95