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Justin Erickson is the newest addition to the Rue Morgue gallery of ghouls. Before coming on board, Justin toiled as a freelance illustrator/graphic designer collaborating with Chad Michael Ward and contributing work to such companies as White Wolf Publishing. Growing up with a graveyard as a playground, Justin developed an unhealthy appetite for monsters, horror movies and human flesh.
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If you’re like me and you’re a big fan of “what if” scenarios and you’ve ever wondered “what if there was a movie entirely about monsters wrestling?” or “what if there was a zombie film that takes place shortly after the American civil war?” If that’s the case, then Foresight Features has two movies right up your alley! Helmed by three talented and motivated filmmakers, Foresight Features has two feature films gearing up for release: Jesse Thomas Cook’s Monster Brawl and John Geddes’ Exit Humanity. Check out some teaser poster art (designed by yours truly) after the jump.
This great foreign poster for Alexandre Aja’s upcoming remake of Piranha was just released, and it’s awesome! A total homage to the original’s poster (which itself was an homage/rip-off of the Jaws poster) by John Solie. Love those faux poster folds!.
The fine folks at CGSociety –a community for digital artists– held a contest a couple months ago tasking their creepy community to create the weirdest and craziest bit of B-Movie schlock they could. The finalists have been announced, and they couldn’t be cooler! From space zombie mummies to rampaging cavemen (that’s mad as heck), the winners not only captured everything we love about B-Movies, but also created absolutely astounding work. The talent on display in the fake trailers and posters make you wish that these were real movies coming out!
Calling all Toronto area comic book nerds: this weekend has something to look forward to, the Toronto ComiCON. But for the horror-loving comic nerds (like myself) there’s something cooler going on off-site: Of Mystery and the Macabre: The Guy Davis …
The holiday season is over, the tree taken down, knotted Christmas lights return to their basement dwellings and those damned carols have finally ceased to make our ears bleed and tempers flare. That doesn’t make this gingerbread house (err, church?) any less cool, though. Nicholas Daley and friends made this zombie apocalypse interpreted through ginger bread and sweets for an office competition. Check out the link for more pictures and the shocking conclusion of the contest.
I make it no secret that I dislike Twilight. Friends, family, my girlfriend, random strangers, pets… all have heard me make fun of it at one point or another. It has a huge fan base, but so does Nickelback which …
We here are Rue Morgue are big fans of Fred Dekker’s Night of the Creeps. We even brought Mr. Dekker up a couple years ago to one of our Cinemacabre screeings here in Toronto to screen the film. It has …
Tonight is the night, my fiends! When the clock strikes 8, and the moon is out, the PIN-UP GHOULS will crawl up from their tombs and haunt The Gladstone Hotel for the evening! A collection of 20 brand new horror …
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