Rue Morgue Issue #46 Sneak Peek!

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I've been addicted to Rue-Morgue since their Halloween Issue came out last year. I couldn't have picked a better time to jump on their bandwagon because now they have decided to go monthly with the magazine. If you haven't picked up an issue yet you have to run out and just check out what they have going for themselves.

Issue #46 is dedicated to Herbert George Wells that mad man behind War of the Worlds. Check out all the content for next months issue:

When Mars Attacked
Before John Carpenter’s The Thing, before Don Siegel’s Invasion of the Body Snatchers, there was H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds. Three-time War of the Worlds starlet Ann Robinson remembers the invasion on the eve of yet another retelling of Wells’ classic tale. Plus: Orson Welles’ classic radio adaptation, a Wells bio, and War of the Worlds in comics, music and film.
by Jovanka Vuckovic, Joseph O’Brien, Michael Coren and Dave Alexander

Romero Rising
Following a two decade absence, and in the midst of a full-scale zombie revival, George Romero returns to the subgenre he created for his fourth Living Dead movie. Here’s what you can expect to see on June 24th.
by Dave Alexander and Jovanka Vuckovic

The King of Crimson
Thanks to a loving DVD reissue of one of his best films, Panic Beats, and a recent career-defining performance in Rojo Sangre, legendary Spanish filmmaker Paul Naschy is in the midst of a renaissance.
by Gore-met

Memoirs of an American Psycho
With an even nastier uncut version of the film coming to DVD this month, director Mary Harron wades back the nihilistic mindscape of American Psycho.
by Chris Alexander

Dreadlines: Mick Garris on Masters of Horror, Don Coscarelli speaks about the impending Phantasm revival, and Larry Fessenden wraps The Last Winter.

Cinemacabre Reviews: Spotlights: Requiem from the Darkness, Worldwide Short Film Festival Midnight Mania advance reviews, Countess Bathoria’s Sinners and Saints, Bodily Harm on the Troma Farm, Spectral Abuse in The Entity, plus reviews of Riding the Bullet, The Amityville Horror, House of Wax, Blade:Trinity, The Devil’s Harvest, Dead Doll, Subhuman, Memento Mori and much more

Schizoid Cinephile: Ten moments in semi-mainstream horror that made Chris Alexander lose sleep.

Blood in Four Colours: Students of the Unusual, Mnemovore (#2 of 6), The Man With the Screaming Brain (#1 of 6), A Bit of Madness, Batman: Jekyll & Hyde (#2 of 6)

The Ninth Circle: Spotlight: Tom Piccirilli. Reviews of Make Love the Bruce Campbell Way by Bruce Campbell, Ghost Images: Cinema of the Afterlife by Tom Ruffles, Haunted by Chuck Palahniuk, Unspeakable by Graham Masterton and Offspring by Jack Ketchum.

Travelogue of Terror: Alcatraz Night Tour. Plus: Spooky San Francisco!

The Gore-met: Box of Guinea Pig

Audio Drome: Spotlight: Six Feet Under. Reviews of Vlad III, The Uniquiet Void, Alien Sex Fiend, It Lives Within, Calabrese, The Old Scratch Revival Singers, Electro Euro Trash, Rockin’ Bones Videozine V2, This is Horrorpunk 2, Demon City Wreckers, Bloodbath and Morgoth.

Play Dead: Werewolf: The Forsaken, Army of Darkness, Resident Evil: Outbreak File #2

Classic Cut: Mars Attacks Collector’s Cards

Make sure you run out and scoop this issue up on June 1st when it hits newstands. The cover below was done by Daniel Horne. I must say "Bravo" to that man.

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