Rue Morgue Issue #71 Sneak Peek!

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Wow.. Thats all I can say after checking out the cover art for this issue honoring The Return of the Living Dead. This cover is going to be another hard one to top for the Rue Crew and the articles look solid as well with not only a look at of course the cover story but Hatchet. Check out whats inside below and be sure to pick up a copy on stands September 1st.

THE DAY THE DEAD RAWKED THE EARTH
They’re back from the grave and ready to party! Return of the Living Dead creator Dan O’Bannon lets Rue Morgue pick his braaaiiins for the dirt on his ’80s punk rock zombie classic. Plus: Interviews with Scream Queen Linnea Quigley, Allan “The Tarman” Trautman and 45 Grave’s Dinah Cancer.
by Dave Alexander, Last Chance Lance, Chris Alexander and Liisa Ladouceur

THE LOST ART OF DEATH PHOTOGRAPHY
Dr. Stanley Burns, an expert on the esoteric art of taking portraits of the deceased, exposes the birth, life and afterlife of post-mortem photography.
by Last Chance Lance

BLOODBATH ON THE BAYOU
Hatchet director Adam Green goes deep into the swamp on a mission to make slasher movies fun again.
by John W. Bowen

FANTASIA 2007: FESTIVAL WRAP-UP
Selected reviews from this year’s programme of dark cinema.
by Dave Alexander, Stuart Andrews, Emma Anderson, Michele Galgana, Monica S. Kuebler, Chris Todd and Jovanka Vuckovic.

TRAPPED IN A PARADISE LOST

In BioShock, gamers face mutated humans in a decaying underwater city.
by Monica S. Kuebler

MILD-MANNERED MURDERER
Author Jeff Lindsay is back with the third book in his serial killer series: Dexter in the Dark.
by Monica S. Kuebler

DEPARTMENTS:
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Zombies.

DREADLINES
The Search for the Next Elvira begins this October; The Molotov Theatre Group revives Grand Guignol in a series of new plays; Joe Dante recruits genre filmmakers for classic horror trailer commentaries.

CINEMACABRE
Reviews of Right at Your Door, Wrong Turn 2: Dead End, I Know Who Killed Me, Captivity, Skinwalkers, Unholy, Arang, Masters of Horror: “Sounds Like” and “The Washingtonians” and more! Reissues features The Burning, plus reviews of Witchfinder General, Eaten Alive and Invasion of the Body Snatchers.

CINEMARQUEE
The Fly (1958).

SCHIZOID CINEPHILE
Spotlight: Chosen Survivors.

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Spotlight: Matt Coyle’s Worry Doll. Reviews of Thirteen Steps #1, Black Metal Vol. 1 TPB, Byron: Mad, Bad and Dangerous, Marvel Zombies vs. The Army of Darkness HC and Tag TPB.

THE NINTH CIRCE
Spotlight: Sarah Langan’s The Missing. Reviews of Match to Flame: The Fictional Paths to Fahrenheit 451, Dimensions Behind the Twilight Zone, The Darkening Garden: A Lexicon of Horror, Steven Savile’s Laughing Boy’s Shadow, Joyce Carol Oates’ The Female of the Species: Tales of Mystery and Suspense, and more!

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Eastern State Penitentiary – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

THE GORE-MET
Menu: Ebola Syndrome.

AUDIO DROME
Spotlight: Balzac. Reviews of Blood & Chocolate OST, La tarantola dal ventre nero OST, God Save the King: A Psychobillly Tribute to Elvis, Haunted George, Harley Poe and the Dead Vampires, Viper Rash, Bludwulf, The Horrendous Acts of Violence, Necromondo, and After Dark.

PLAY DEAD
Vampire Rain, Night’s Dark Masters: A Guide to Vampires, and The Darkness.

CLASSIC CUT
Chas Balun’s Deep Red Magazine.

GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE:
Twenty new subscribers will win a Rob Zombie 3-Disc Collector’s Set courtesy of Lionsgate.

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