Rue Morgue Magazine Issue 73 Sneak Peek!

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After the double Halloween Issue that honored The Thing I'm not sure if they will be able to top themselves. But it looks like this month they decided it was time to cover another modern flick, The Mist. Just so happens to be the only studio flick I am looking forward to. Check out the cover and everything that will be inside on shelves on November 1st.

APOCALYPSE, MAINE
Frank Darabont, award-winning director of The Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile, returns to his horror roots with The Mist, another big-screen adaptation of a Stephen King fan favourite.
The low-budget Lovecraftian siege story rolls into theatres this month. Interviews with Darabont and lead Thomas Jane.
Plus: Classic King reissued on DVD, and more!
by Bev Vincent, James Grainger, Aaron Von Lupton and Dave Alexander

ROLL FOR YOUR LIFE!
From haunted houses and friendly ghosts to snapping jaws and slime monsters, Rue Morgue explores three decades of horror-themed board games.
by Last Chance Lance. Photography by Ashlea Wessel

FESTIVAL OF FEAR 2007
Couldn’t make it to Rue Morgue’s 4th annual horror convention? By popular demand, this year we’ve expanded our coverage of the event to four pages.
Photos by Ashlea Wessel, Frank Fiumara, Ryan Rotten and James Shepherd

NIGHT OF THE CHICKEN DEAD
Lloyd Kaufman is back behind the camera with his newest Tromatic foul fowl feature, Poultrygeist.
by John W. Bowen

DEPARTMENTS:

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Stephen King.

DREADLINES
The Toronto International Film Festival celebrates twenty years of Midnight Madness with French gore and premieres by genre heavyweights – select film reviews, Midnight Syndicate composer remakes movie debut.

CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features Supernatural. Blood on a Budget spotlights director Phil Mucci. Reviews of The Last Winter, Believers, Resident Evil: Extinction, Buried Alive, Masters of Horror: “Dream Cruise,” Night of the Living Dead 3D, Antibodies, and more! Reissues presents an interview with Bob Clark on Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things, and more MGM Midnite Movies. Reviews of Bram Stoker’s Dracula Collector’s Edition, Malabimba, Mystics in Bali, and more!

CINEMARQUEE
The Lost World (1923).

BOWEN’S BASEMENT
A new column from Rue Morgue’s cellar-dwelling genre junkie.

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Spotlight: Grendel: Behold the Devil. Plus reviews of Common Foe TPB, Presents Vol. 1, Simon Dark #1, Tales of Rocky Point Park, The Un-Men #2.

THE NINTH CIRCE
Spotlight Adele Hartley. Plus reviews of Scott Kenemore’s The Zen of the Zombie: Better Living Through the Living Dead, August Ragone’s Eiji Tsuburaya: Master of Monsters, Dark Delicacies II: Fear, Sandra Katsuri’s The Animal Bridgeroom, The Mammoth Book of Monsters, and more!

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Jekyll & Hyde Club – New York City, New York

THE GORE-MET
Menu: The Mother of Tears.

AUDIO DROME
Spotlight: Maris the Great and the Faggots of Death. Reviews of Vacancy OST, I Know Who Killed Me OST, Evil Dead the Musical OST, Sceptre, Stellar Corpses, Blood on Satan’s Claw OST, Paid in Black: A Tribute to Johnny Cash, Aeon, and an interview with thrash outfit Municipal Waste.

PLAY DEAD
Dead Head Fred, Cutthroat Caverns, Uglydoll Card Game.

CLASSIC CUT
Wladyslaw Starewicz’ The Mascot.

GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE:
20 new subscribers will win a prize pack including The Reaping, The 25th Anniversary Edition of Poltergeist and Believers, courtesy of Warner Brothers Home Video.

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