Rue Morgue Issue 90 Sneak Peek

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A look at Rue Morgue issue 90 is here and it will be on newstands on June 1st. This month they are featuring Ray Harryhausen and all of his fantastic work. Another notable piece for this month is an article about Dead Snow and the odd sub-genre of Nazi-zombies. Check out the cover and the content below.

THE LORD OF LEGENDARY THINGS
Ray Harryhausen has brought some of the most memorable movie monsters to life through the meticulous art of stop-motion model animation. More than five decades after those curious creatures first appeared on theatre screens, his work continues to thrill and fascinate. In a new interview, Rue Morgue pays tribute to the legendary animator.

Plus: The History of Stop-Motion Animation, new Harryhausen books, and more!
by Paul Corupe, Jason Pichonsky and James Burrell

THE ROTTEN REICH
Tommy Wirkola sprays blood all over the Norwegian film industry with his country’s first zombie movie, the undead Nazi splatter comedy Dead Snow.

Plus: An overview of the strange Nazi zombie subgenre, and a sneak peek at Army of Frankenstein.
by Sean Plummer, Jovanka Vuckovic and John W. Bowen
RETURN TO SPOOK CENTRAL

Twenty years after the last Ghostbusters film, the original cast reassembles for a video game that invites you to strap on a Proton Pack and battle some familiar denizens of the underworld. Who ya gonna call?   
by Monica S. Kuebler

ALL YOU NEED IS BRAINS
With everything from superheroes to classic works of literature getting the undead treatment these days, it was only a matter of time before the invasion of The Zombeatles.  
by Last Chance Lance

DEPARTMENTS:

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
To Ghostbusters, with love.

DREADLINES
Crazies remake expands scope of Romero’s infection story; Toronto’s Luminato Festival celebrates Poe’s 200th birthday; Stoker Awards returns to Burbank with Mathesons, Garris and Braunbeck in lineup

THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six Perilous Plants.

NEEDFUL THINGS
Zombie Pumps, Cryptozoological Figure Set, Bloodstained Bathmat and Shower Curtain, Zombie Wedding Cake Toppers

CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features reviews of Fear(s) of the Dark, Shuttle, Sea Sickos, Attack of the Giant Leeches, Succubus: The Demon, Dorm, Sick Nurses and SARS Wars: Bangkok Zombie Crisis. Abbreviated Terrors reviews The Horribly Slow Murderer with the Extremely Inefficient Weapon, Wretched and Terror! Reissues reviews the latest Hilarious House of Frightenstein releases, as well as House on Haunted Hill: 50th Anniversary Special Edition (1959), Scorpion with Two Tales (1982) and Redneck Zombies (1986).

CINEMARQUEE
Nightmare Castle(1965).

BOWEN'S BASEMENT
Dug up: The Ghost and Mr. Chicken.

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Bad Kids Go to Hell, plus reviews Devoid of Life, Fall of Cthulhu: Nemesis #1, Buffy the Vampire Slayer #21, Irredeemable #1, and Dark Tower: The Sorcerer.

THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Dwight Kemper’s Bela Lugosi and the House of Doom. Plus, reviews of Supernatural: The Official Companion Season 3, Monster Movies, The Pain and Pleasure of Cult Horror Films: An Historical Survey, Michael McBride’s Bloodletting, Charles Wilkin’s In the Land of Long Fingernails: A Memoir, Robert Boyczuk’s Horror Story and Other Stories, Erotic Comics: A Graphic History Vol. 2, Traps, Ronald Kelly’s Midnight Grinding and Other Twilight Tales and P.C Cast and Kristin Cast’s Hunted.

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Old Montreal Ghost Walk  – Montreal, Quebec.

THE GORE-MET
Menu: Header.

AUDIO DROME
Featuring The Giallos Flame. Plus reviews of Boogeyman OST, The Last House on the Left OST, Themes from Horror Movies, Fredrik Klingwall, The Brains, Rosemary’s Babies, The Meteors, The Rigormorticians, Under a Nightmare, Funeral Mist, and Jungle Rot.

PLAY DEAD
Spirit Slayers/Night Stalkers, The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena and The Penumbra Collection.

CLASSIC CUT
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Requiem.”

GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE!
10 new subscribers will win a Blu-Ray prize pack including: Friday the 13th, The Invasion, House of Wax, The Lost Boys, The Reaping and One Missed Call, courtesy of Warner Home Video.

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