Rue Morgue Issue #64 Sneak Peek!

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Rue Morgue has once again given us an update on what next months issue will look comprise of. I gotta say this one definetly looks interesting with none other than Bong-Joon Ho's creature feature The Host gracing the cover. Check out the cover and all the details below. Be sure to pick up a copy when it hits newstands on January 1st!

IT CAME FROM THE HAN RIVER!
Korean terror invades North America with Bong-Joon Ho’s modern creature feature, The Host. Plus: The Birth of K-Horror, new releases and more!
by Brad Abraham, Dave Alexander, James Grainger and Last Chance Lance

SILENT SCREMS: HOW THE HORROR FILM FOUND ITS VOICE
Rue Morgue examines how the expressionist films of the 1920’s influenced how we identify the look and style of horror. Plus: A new book on Haxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages, silent horror’s most bizarre movie.
by Jason Lapeyre

THE FORGOTTEN GUILD OF FUNERARY VIOLINISTS
An interview with Rohan Kriwaczek, the man behind a new book on the death dirges of funerary violinists.
by James Grainger

THE DEFINITIVE 2007 HORROR CONVENTION SCHEDULE
Map out the coming year in horror with this indispensible guide to the best genre events in North America.
by Staff

RIP 2006: THE YEAR IN REVIEW
Our list of what we feel you should have seen, listened to, played and read, and what you should have missed.
by Staff


DEPARTMENTS:
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
The Host.

DREADLINES
Kubrick’s lost genre script coming to theatres, Stuart Gordon tackles true crime in latest film, Film adaptation of Poppy Z. Brite’s Exquisite Corpse in the works.

NEEDFUL THINGS
Sota Dagon figure, Intramural Zombie Hunter Tee, Coffin Quill Pen Set, 2007 Men of Mortuaries Calendar.

CINEMACABRE
Reviews of Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon, Turistas, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, The Return, The Roost, Population 436, Ghosts of Mae Nam, Voodoo Moon, House of 9, Slashers, Death Tunnel, and The Maid. Abbreviated Terrors presents highlights from the 2006 New York City Horror Film Festival. Reissues presents Harry Kumel’s Daughters of Darkness, The Addams Family series and film reissued. Plus reviews of Frankenhooker, Superstition, Ganja & Hess, House of the Damned and Witchery.

CINEMARQUEE
El Vampiro (1957) and El Ataud del Vampiro (1958), by Fernando Mendez.

SCHIZOID CINEPHILE
C.H.U.D.

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Featuring Alan Moore’s Lost Girls, reviews of Agnes Quill: An Anthology of Mystery, Cthulhu Tales: The Rising, Dr. Strange Vs. Dracula: The Montesi Formula, Graphics Classics: H.P. Lovecraft (2nd Editiion), The Pirates of Coney Island #3 (of 8) and Please Release.

THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Jemiah Jefferson. Plus! Reviews of The Undead and Philosophy: Chicken Soup for the Soulless, The EC Archives: Shock Suspenstories Volume 1, Projected Terrors, World War Z, Bloodlines and more!

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
The Edgar Allan Poe Cottage – The Bronx, New York.

THE GORE-MET
Menu: In celebration of his 50th column, the Gore-met spills his guts.

AUDIO DROME
Spotlight: Creature Feature. Reviews of The Grudge 2 OST, The Dark OST, Masters of Horror Vol II and new music from Lonesome Kings, Michale Graves, The Memphis Morticians, The Horrors, The Horrifics, Nightmare at Hanging Rock, The Gothic Archies and The Demon Seeds.

PLAY DEAD
Vampire: Dark Influences, Dead Money and Arkham Horror: Curse of the Dark Pharaoh.

CLASSIC CUT
The Ghost Story of Yotsuya, by Tsuruya Namboku.

GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE: 25 new subscribers will win a DVD of The Descent original unrated cut, also available on Blue-Ray now! Autographed by Shauna Macdonald (Sarah).

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