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Rue Morgue 102  $8.79 
RueMorgue102

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RUE MORGUE NO. 102.

OVERVIEW: INSIDE ISSUE #102.

WHERE DARKNESS LIVES: The creators of [REC] 2 shine a light on one of the most terrifying examples of the New Spanish Horror film. PLUS: An interview with The New Daughter director Luis Berdejo, the films of Jaume Belaguero and Paco Plaza, and more! by Dave Alexander, Rodrigo Gudino and Trevor Tuminski.

GRIM GRAPPLERS: From The French Angel to The Undertaker, Rue Morgue squares off against the killer tag team of horror and wrestling.PLUS: An interview with Gangrel, the vampire of the squared circle, and the Top 5 Wrestler Smackdowns in Horror Movies. by Dan Murphy, Aaron Von Lupton and Trevor Tuminski.

THE CANVAS CANNOT HOLD THEM: Award-winning artist Daniel Horne built an unlikely career on classic creature oil paintings, but his monsters wont be chained to just one medium. by Gary Pullin.

GLOOMY ROOMIES: BBC TV series Being Human asks what would happen if a vampire, a werewolf and a ghost shacked up in a flat in Bristol. by Claire Horsnell.

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND: Thrill of the hunt.

DREADLINES: Fantasia 2010 Spotlights Stuart Gordon, Ken Russell and Extreme Serbia; New Festival Spotlight Horror Shorts by Women; Toxie Remake and Sequel Among New Troma Ventures.

THE CORONERS REPORT: Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Perverse Penetrations.

NEEDFUL THINGS: Aunt Tilly. Pans Labyrinth Busts, Barnabas Collins Doll, and Skeleton Doc Martens.

CINEMACABRE: CineMacabre features suburban siege story Salvage, and reviews of Splice, Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy, Dark Nature, Hard Ride to Hell, The Shadow Within, Womens Studies, Cockhammer, Nixon and Hogan Smoke Christmas and Colonel Kill Motherfuckers. Abbreviated Terrors reviews The Horror of our Love: A Short Film, Massacrator and Seance. And reissues spotlights Roger Cormans Cult Classics Galaxy of Terror (1981) and Forbidden World (1982), with reviews of City of the Living Dead Special Edition (1980), Death Race 2000 (1975), Euro Fantastico: The Black Cobra (1963)/No Survivors Please (1964) and Evil Toons (1992).

CINEMARQUEE: The Monster and the Ape (1945).

BOWENS BASEMENT: Death Spa (1988).

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS: Features Poultrygeist: Return of the Chicken Dead, plus reviews of Sweet Tooth Volume 1 TPB, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Bram Stokers Death Ship #1, The Claw & Fang #1 and Batman Confidential #44.

THE NINTH CIRCLE: Spotlight: More Stories from the Twilight Zone, featuring an interview with editor Carol Serling. Library of the Damned presents a round-up of must-read blogs by genre authors. Plus, reviews of Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing and Horror Cinema: A Filmography of Their 22 Collaborations, The Bitten Word, The Complete Idiots Guide to Zombies, Gemma Files A Book of Tongues, R.B. Russells Literary Remains, Mark Wheatons Four Nails in the Coffin, Real Zombies, The Living Dead, and Creatures of the Apocalypse and Quentin S. Crisps Remember Youre a One-Ball.

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR: Beyond Belief: The Curious Collection of Professor Rufus Excalibur Bell - Higgins Armory Museum, Worchester, Massachusetts.

THE GORE-MET: Menu: 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams.

AUDIO DROME: Featuring Dark Shadows audio drama The Night Whispers. Blood Spattered Guide revisits Concrete Blondes Bloodletting. Plus reviews of A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) OST, True Blood: Music from the HBO Original Series Volume 2 OST, Harley Poe, The Brains, Balzac, Sabbath Assembly, Ov Hell, Hooded Menace and Rammer.

PLAY DEAD: Alan Wake, Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack the Ripper and Zombie Infection.

CLASSIC CUT: Guy de Maupassants The Horla

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