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Ian Jane
02-25-2014, 01:55 PM
"March issue just arrived from the printer! 40th anniversary of Hammer's Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell, featuring interviews with cast and crew, including David Prowse. Plus: Diableries: Stereoscopic Adventures in Hell, featuring an interview with Brian May from Queen; Hellboy turns 20, and creator Mike Mignola picks his fave Big Red tales; Night of the Demons; The House That Screamed, Nancy Baker; Electric Frankenstein; Thirteen Women and much more. Watch for it in stores! "

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Ian Jane
03-23-2014, 01:49 PM
Upcoming issue will feature a lot of stuff on Twin Peaks.

Nifty cover.

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Tom Clark
03-23-2014, 02:59 PM
Very nice! Will defiantly be picking that one up.

Christian Bates-Hardy
03-23-2014, 08:17 PM
Yeah I definitely gotta get this one.

Tom Clark
03-23-2014, 08:28 PM
"Interviews with cast and crew" is a bit vague eh? I wonder if they scored a chat with the man?

Ian Jane
03-01-2016, 11:05 AM
MARCH ISSUE PREVIEW!
With The Reflecting Skin restored and issued on Blu-ray, writer/director Philip Ridley revisits the sublimely grotesque world of his tortured coming-of-age story. Plus: Jeremy Cooper, star of the film, recalls making a very strange movie in the wheat fields of Alberta. By Michael Doyle
THE SEQUELS THAT TIME FORGOT Genre cinema’s drive-in and VHS eras are a landfill of bogus cash-cow releases. We round up the odd, obscure and sometimes downright illegal. Plus: Troll 2, the sequel that time didn’t quite forget. By Adam Clarke and Paul Corupe

INSIDE THE CAVE OF THE CRYSTAL SEPULCRE Rue Morgue’s Editor-In-Chief visits Belize to tour a subterranean world littered with the remnants of human sacrifice. Plus: A physical anthropologist working in Belize takes us into the stranger side of ancient Mayan life... and death. By Dave Alexander and Amy Michael

HELL UNDERGROUND Could mind-bending occult gore film Baskin initiate a wave of Turkish horror cinema? By Sean Plummer
DEPARTMENTS

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Prairie horror companion

POST-MORTEM
Letters from fans, readers and weirdos

DREADLINES
News highlights, horror happenings

THE CORONER’S REPORT
Weird stats, morbid facts and more

NEEDFUL THINGS Strange trinkets from our bazaar of the bizarre

CINEMACABRE The latest films, the newest DVDs and reissues

THE LATE-NITE ARCHIVE
American Horror Project

BOWEN’S BASEMENT The Last Horror Film

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Comic reviews feat. Rue Morgue Library #6

THE NINTH CIRCLE
Book reviews feat. Rusty Fischer’s Vampire Book of the Month Club

THE FRIGHT GALLERY Mike Hrubovcak’s Visual Darkness

THE GORE-MET
Tantrum and Madness of Many

AUDIO DROME
Music reviewes feat. Tales From Beyond the Pale Season 3

PLAY DEAD
Game reviews feat. Tharsis and Oxenfree

CLASSIC CUT
Roman Polanski’s Macbeth

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Ian Jane
08-01-2017, 09:50 AM
Available now.

Rue Morgue Library #11: THE WEIRD WORLD OF H.P. LOVECRAFT

Enter THE WEIRD WORLD OF H.P. LOVECRAFT, Rue Morgue’s exploration of the strange imagination of one of the most influential minds in horror.

From Lovecraft’s early life to his dying breath, author Dejan Ognjanović peers at the humanity behind the horror of a genre giant who has few peers in the genre, and whose importance only grows with time.

Features words with some of the biggest names in horror today, along with insights and anecdotes from scholars and contemporaries as we spotlight Lovecraft’s sprawling mythos in literature, film, TV, games, comics and more.

Plus! Lovecraft’s favourite horror stories, must-have Lovecraftian anthologies, best film adaptations and more!

76 pages, perfect bound soft cover

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Ian Jane
11-20-2017, 10:44 AM
I dig this cover for the latest issue.

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