Rue Morgues Halloween Double Issue #61 Sneak Peek!Goon
Halloween is right around the corner and to me that means a double dose of Rue Morgue in the form of their Double sized issue #61. This year they are covering a director who is well deserving of the honor, Lucio Fulci. And of course that means ZOMBIE has the cover. An all time favorite among many horror fans. Check out the contents and cover below.
LEGACY OF BLOOD AND DECAY
This Halloween Rue Morgue celebrates the inimitable Lucio Fulci via an exclusive interview with Antonella Fulci, his daughter and guardian of his estate. Plus: A Fulci filmography, a guide to his gory set pieces, an interview with composer Fabio Frizzi and more!
by Stephen Thrower, Jovanka Vuckovic, Chris Alexander and The Gore-met
THE CONNOISSEUR'S GUIDE TO 50 ALTERNATIVE HORROR BOOKS
Why not turn off the television and curl up with a terrifying tome?
by Rue Morgue staff
FANTASIA 2006: FESTIVAL REPORT
The word on this year's programme of dark cinema.
by Rue Morgue staff
THE TENDERNESS OF BARBARISM
Belgian director Fabrice Du Welz explains his perverse and punishing cinematic love letter, Calvaire.
by Mitch Davis
DIALLING THE DEAD: A HISTORY OF THE OUIJA BOARD
What is it? Where did it come from, this famous conduit to the dead?
by Anthony Perticaro
ONE NASTY SUMBITCH
R. Lee Ermey dishes on his reprised role as Sheriff Hoyt in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning.
by Dave Alexander
RUE MORGUE'S FESTIVAL OF FEAR 2006
Pics from this year's event.
Photos by Ken Bonnie, Peter Mihaichuk, Alana Pentney, Ashlea Wessel and Nicole Willams
THE LOVELY LADY VAMPIRE
Legendary Hammer horror supervixen Ingrid Pitt discusses her career and new genre projects.
by Tom Murray
IT WAS A DARK AND STORMY NIGHT....
Turn your next ghoulish gathering into a night of terror with Raw Far, a new party game.
by Liisa Ladouceur
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND:
Custom designs from genre artists to highlight Living Dead Dolls exhibit; After Dark Film Festival makes debut in Toronto; Monster Engine to become online game for kids.
TCM Schecter Guitar, Skellramics Teapot, Cthulhu Fish Decal, Fear Factory Candy Challenge Packs.
Featuring reviews of The Woods, Pulse, The Wicker Man, Snakes on a Plane, Halloween: 25 Years of Terror, Tomie: Beginning, I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer, The Tooth Fairy, Cannibal, Zombiegeddon, Death Trance, a Shock-o-Rama feature, and more! Reissues presents Let's Scare Jessica To Death, The Devil's Rain, Tromeo and Juliet 10th Anniversary Edition, Baby Blood, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer Part 2 - Mask of Sanity, Blood of the Vampire, The Phantom, Blood Bath, Brainiac, Dark Waters, This Island Earth, Bigfoot Terror, Danger After Dark collection, Savage Sinema From Down Under, and more!
The Boris Karloff Collection.
Ed Hunt’s The Brain, Part 2.
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS:
Ultimate Fantastic Four, The Sandman (House Ad), Batman & the Monster Men, The Cobbler's Monster, Hellcity, Impaler, Zombee.
THE NINTH CIRCLE:
Spotlight on British author Ramsey Campbell, reviews of An Analytical Guide to Television's One Step Beyond, Count Dracula Goes to the Movies: Stoker's Novel Adapted 1922-2003, Mammoth Book of Haunted House Stories, Robin Hardy's Cowboys for Christ, Edward Lee's Slither, and more!
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR:
Erebus Haunted Attraction (The World's Largest Haunted Attraction)
Menu: Bone Sickness.
Featuring vintage Halloween songs, reviews of the Abominable OST, Dawn of the Goblin soundtrack, Out of the Darkness soundtrack, GAG OST, Wolf Creek OST, The Roost/Joshua OST, Harley Poe, Soundtrack to Oblivion, Thee Merry Widows, The Massacres, The Ghastly Ones, Lugosi's Morphine, Perish, The Empire Hideous, General Surgery, Bloodhag, Cannibal Corpse, and more!
Dead Rising, Munchkin Bites! 2: Pants Macabre; Fearsome Floors.
The Haunted Mansion, Disneyland, California.
GIVEAWAY THIS ISSUE!
Rue Morgue and The CS Moore Studio want you to walk with the dead. Twenty-five new subscribers will win a limited edition zombie bust from Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead comic. Produced by The CS Moore Studio and sculpted by Clayburn Moore, each bust is hand-painted and stands over 4" tall.
ON STANDS OCTOBER 1st!