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Rue Morgue 105



WE ALL GO A LITTLE MAD SOMETIMES: Fifty years ago Marion met Norman at the Bates Motel and the modern horror film was born. Rue Morgues panel of experts celebrates the lunatic legacy of Alfred Hitchcocks masterpiece. Featuring Wes Craven, assistant director Hilton Green, and authors Stephen Rebello and David Thomson.
PLUS: A look at Bernard Herrmanns score, a new documentary on the film, sequel spotlights, and more! by Aaron Von Lupton, Mark R. Hasan, James Burrell, Stuart F. Andrews, Joseph OBrien and John W. Bowen.

50 REASONS TO LOVE HORROR COMICS: From pre-Code grue to todays top purveyors of terror, read about the scariest, goriest, strangest and most original stories, series, characters, things and even places on the panelled page. PLUS: Interviews with Bernie Wrightson, Dick Ayers, Eric Powell, Mike Carey, and more! by Dave Alexander, Pedro Cabezuelo, Paul Corupe, Monica S. Kuebler and April Snellings.

HE IS LEGION: WILLIAM PETER BLATTY REVISITS THE EXORCIST: The film often regarded as the scariest movie ever made arrives on Blu-ray. The man who started it all takes stock of its lasting legacy. PLUS: Cinematographer Owen Roizman on crafting the look of evil. by John W. Bowen and Stacie Ponder.

PLAYING WITH MADNESS: Derek Riggs, creator of Iron Maidens infamous Eddie mascot, reflects on a career forged in metal. by Ashley Thorpe.

FESTIVAL OF FEAR 2010: Pics from Rue Morgues 7th annual horror convention. Photos by Ashlea Wessel, Matthew Marigold, Robert Nix Nixon and James Burrell.

SKIN CITY: Zombie mayhem heads to Vegas in Dead Rising 2. by Monica S. Kuebler.

GHOULISH GRINS: The history of the jack-o-lantern. by Last Chance Lance.

THROUGH THE CREAKING DOOR: Glass Eye Pix resurrects the dark audio drama for the digital age with Tales From Beyond the Pale. by Jason Pichonsky.

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND: In the shower with Psycho.

DREADLINES: Sam Raimi brings Zombie Roadkill to the web; Teen filmmaker enlists Machete talent for Twilight spoof; Australian horror film being presold one frame at a time. THE CORONERS REPORT: Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Psychos Most Scarring Scenes.

NEEDFUL THINGS: Psycho House, Zombie Wrapping Paper, Blood Bath Shower Gel and Team Sleep Monsters.

CINEMACABRE: CineMacabre features a look back at the Saw franchise, Todd and the Book of Pure Evil and new documentary The Aurora Monsters - The Model Craze That Gripped the World, plus reviews of Piranha 3D, Night of the Demons, Buried, Sea of Dust, Dorian Gray, Dark and Stormy Night, The Lost Skeleton Returns Again, Ghost Hunters International, Squeal, The Disappearance of Alice Creed, Madelines Halloween and Other Spooky Tales, Parasomnia, Assault of the Sasquatch, The Bloody Rage of Bigfoot, Inbred Redneck Vampires, I Spit Chew on Your Grave and Terror at Blood Fart Lake. Blood on a Budget spotlights Legion of Terror and Cruel. And Reissues features Dark Night of the Scarecrow, plus reviews of Cannibal Girls (1973), Grindhouse (2007) Blu-ray, The Evil (1978) and Martin (1977) Blu-ray.

CINEMARQUEE: Horrors of the Black Museum (1959).

BOWENS BASEMENT: Reptilicus (1961).

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS: Features American Vampire, plus reviews of Locke & Key: Keys to the Kingdom #1, A Very Zombie Summer, King #1, Ides of Blood #1, and Dracula: The Company of Monsters #1.

THE NINTH CIRCLE: Spotlight: Rob Sacchettos Zombiewood Weekly. Library of the Damned investigates the zombie romance of Hungry for Your Love. Plus, reviews of The Filmmakers Book of the Dead, He Is Legend: An Anthology Honoring Richard Matheson, Night of the Living Dead: Behind the Scenes of the Most Terrifying Zombie Movie Ever, Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogans The Fall, Haunted Legends, Jonathan Capes Haunted Air, R.L. Stines Goosebumps Horrorland: Weirdo Halloween and So Now Youre a Zombie: A Handbook for the Newly Undead.

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR: Canadas Wonderland Halloween Haunt - Toronto, Canada.

THE GORE-MET: Menu: I Spit on Your Grave (2010).

AUDIO DROME: Featuring the Halloween carols of Kristen Lawrence. The Blood-Spattered Guide investigates the Haunted Mansion theme song. Plus reviews of Piranha 3D OST, Predators OST, The Dead Matter OST, Earth vs. The Spider (1958) OST, Vampires Suck OST, Dax Riggs, The Other, The Birthday Massacre, The Creepshow, Psycho Charger, Psyche, Interment, Tombstones, and The Devil Wears Prada.

PLAY DEAD: Featuring a round-up of horror games on Facebook, plus reviews of Clash of the Titans, Vampire Saga: Pandoras Box and The Serial Killer Trivia Game.

CLASSIC CUT: Robin Woods Hitchcocks Films.

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