Rue Morgue Issue 93 Sneak Peek

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This month Rue Morgue takes a look back at one of the greatest werewolf flicks of all time, An American Werewolf in London. This issue will also feature some other great films including Paul Solet's Grace, Larry Cohen's It's Alive and Jennifer's Body. They also manage to squeeze in a little coverage on Fantasia this year. It will all hit magazine racks on September 1st. Check out all the details below.

THE BAD MOON RISES AGAIN
In the decades since its release, An American Werewolf in London has been embraced by genre fans as a truly unusual beast. With a fresh re-release and a new documentary out, creator John Landis and makeup effects legend Rick Baker talk about the blackly comic special effects masterpiece.
by Jason Lapeyre, Jovanka Vuckovic and W. Brice McVicar

MOMMY’S LITTLE MONSTER
Paul Solet tackles the nature of motherhood in his feminist horror film debut Grace.
Plus: Larry Cohen on It’s Alive!, the original killer baby movie.
by Claire Horsnell and James Burrell

FANTASIA 2009: FESTIVAL REPORT
Vigilantes, killer kids, beautiful monsters, two Clive Barker adaptations, the return of Coffin Joe and all kinds of international cult craziness graces the screen at Montreal’s 2009 FanTasia film festival. Rue Morgue takes a peek at a selection of titles in the programme.
by Dave Alexander, Stuart F. Andrews, Mario DeGiglio-Bellemare, Kier-La Janisse, Liisa Ladouceur, Andy Mauro, Eric Veillette and Jovanka Vuckovic

I WAS A TEENAGE MAN-EATER
If Juno warmed your heart, then Jennifer’s Body is set to rip it out. The team behind the Oscar-winning teen comedy return with the bloody tale of a cheerleader from hell.
by Sean Plummer

DEPARTMENTS:

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
An American Werewolf in London.

DREADLINES
New dating site aimed at horror fans; Tsukamoto completes third Tetsuo film; Halloween Haunt returns to Canada’s Wonderland.

THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six Putrid Poisonings

NEEDFUL THINGS
The Ex Voodoo Knife Set, Crawling Zombie Torso Gelatin Mould, Bigfoot Garden Sculpture, Nosferatu Necklace

CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features reviews of Antichrist, Orphan, The Haunted World of El Superbeasto, The Hills Run Red, Cadavres, The Shortcut, How To Be a Serial Killer, Onechanbara: The Movie, Messengers 2: The Scarecrow, Death Racers, The Day the Earth Stood Stopped, 2012: Doomsday. Abbreviated Terrors features Teller on the &Teller films. Blood on a Budget features reviews of In Search of Lovecraft, Witches Night and Under the Raven’s Wing. Reissues features an interview with Don Coscarelli on Phantasm II, plus reviews of Children of the Corn: 25th Anniversary Edition (Blu-Ray), Marquis De Sade’s Prosperities of Vice, Invitation to Hell and The Last Night.

CINEMARQUEE
The Walking Dead (1936).

BOWEN'S BASEMENT
The Horror at 37,000 Feet (1973).

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Robot 13, plus reviews of Creepy #1, Tales from Wonderland: The Cheshire Cat, Blackest Night #1 of 8, Aliens #1 of 4 and Deadpool: Merc With a Mouth #1.

THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Kim Paffenroth’s Valley of the Dead. Plus reviews of Just When You Thought It Was Safe: A Jaws Companion, Ed Wood, Mad Genius: A Critical Study of the Films, Monster Parties and Games, Vile Things, Midnight Walk, Rhodi Hawk’s A Twisted Ladder, Dracula: A Classic Pop-Up Tale, Jason Beam’s Daughters of Digital Alchemy, Todd Strasser’s Nighttime: Too Scared to Sleep and Gothic Charm School: An Essential Guide for Goths and Those Who Love Them.

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
FrightTown – Portland, Oregon.

THE GORE-MET
Menu: Black Devil Doll.

AUDIO DROME
Spotlight: The Accused. Plus reviews of Mars Attacks! OST, Skulls 158, Nim Vind, The Body Bags, Hellbats, 28 Weeks Later OST, Dethklok, Mark Statler and His Creepy Classic Chiller Band, Ninetail and 3 Inches of Blood.

PLAY DEAD
Konxari Cards, Blood Bowl and Sherlock Holmes: Mystery of the Mummy.

CLASSIC CUT
It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.

GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE!
25 new subscribers will win their choice of an iPod Classic or iPhone 3G/3GS skin from one of six featured artists.

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