Rue Morgue Issue #89 Sneak PeekGoon
On May 1st Rue Morgue Issue 89 will be hitting magazine shelves everywhere. So to give you guys a heads up on what will be inside the folks over at Rue Morgue have provided us with some details. This months cover is dedicated to Sam Raimi's return to horror Drag Me To Hell. Below is all the rest you can expect this month.
More than fifteen years and three blockbuster Spider-Man movies since
the last Evil Dead film, Sam Raimi returns to his low-budget horror
roots with Drag Me To Hell. Featuring interviews with the director,
co-screenwriter Ivan Raimi and makeup effects guru Greg Nicotero.
by Phil Brown, Jovanka Vuckovic and Joseph O’Brien
GRAVEN IMAGES: THE ART OF JAPANESE BLOODY UKIYO-E
Grotesque and sublime, Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints depict a
long-held fascination with supernatural terrors and human slaughter.
Presenting a look at the history of the elegant but shocking art form.
by Jason Lapeyre
ALL GUTS, NO GLORY
In J.T. Petty’s new horror-western hybrid The Burrowers, men are evil,
monsters are hungry and the frontier has never been more frightening.
by Dave Alexander
EIGHT MORE TO DIE FOR
Lionsgate releases the third collection in its After Dark series…
but are they even worth watching, never mind dying for?
by Stacie Ponder
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Genre fans and icons give Hollywood send off to Forrest J Ackerman;
Chicago theatergoers brace for zombies.
THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six Assaults on Ash.
Return of the Living Red Wine, Dexter Action Figure, Horror Pendants,
CineMacabre features reviews of The Last House on the Left, Monsters Vs
Aliens, The Haunting in Connecticut, American Scary, Late Bloomer,
Cyclops, Swamp Devil, Epitaph, Craig, Dark Reel, Barely Legal Lesbian
Vampires, Night Fangs, Lust for Dracula, Fetus, Pink Eye, and Paper
Dolls. Reissues reviews Veerena, Purani Haveli, Requiem for a Vampire,
The Sinful Dwarf, The Centerfold Girls, The Whip and the Body,
Conspiracy of Torture, Slaughter High, Repossessed, My Best Friend is a
Vampire, An Angel for Satan, The Long Hair of Death, and The She-Beast.
The Sadist (1963)
Dug up: The Candy Snatchers.
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Tales of Rocky Point Park, plus reviews of Criminal Macabre:
Cellblock 666 #3, House of Mystery Vol. 1, Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter:
The First Death TPB, Zombie Tales #12, and Solomon Kane #5.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: J.C. Hutchins and Jordan Weisman’s Personal Effects: Dark
Art. Plus, reviews of The Television Horror of Dan Curtis, Cheap
Scares!, The Mammoth Book of True Hauntings, Horror Library Volume 3,
Hiromi Goto’s Half World, Deadly Intent: Crime & Punishment, Steven
Deighan’s Stages of Undress, Edward Lee’s The Golem and Joseph
D’Lacey’s Garbage Man.
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Museum of Death – Hollywood, California
Menu: Antonio Margheriti
Featuring Toronto’s legendary electric violin-wielding monster Nash the
Slash. Plus reviews of Twisted Nerve/The Bride Wore Black OST, The
Unborn OST, The Uninvited OST, Twilight OST, My Bloody Valentine (2009)
OST, Sono Morti, The Independents, Dead Sea Surfers, Blood, Spectrum-X,
Tribulation, and Mantic Ritual.
Resident Evil 5, Shellshock 2 and Madworld.
Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot Film.
GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE!
20 new subscribers will win My Bloody Valentine 3D on DVD, courtesy of Lionsgate.