- FDBK on Episode 150: FIVE SLEAZY PIECES – STEPHEN THROWER
- DEADLINE on Episode 150: FIVE SLEAZY PIECES – STEPHEN THROWER
- Dirk Manning on Episode 147: THE TWILIGHT ZONE VOL. II
- David Goulet on PREVIEW: GHOULISH GARY’S ART FOR CREEPSHOW VINYL
- David Goulet on JACK’S BACK! NEW BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA COMIC
With the impending release of the director’s cut of NIGHTBREED sometime this fall, it looks like another one of Clive Barker’s films is getting the Special Edition treatment from Scream!Factory: the 1995 supernatural noir thriller, LORD OF ILLUSIONS, starring Scott Bakula as world-weary supernatural private eye, Harry D’Amour
At Rue Morgue Manor, we’ve seen our fair share of horror tees, but Liz Deagan Designs has created something really special with this simple-yet-artsy T-shirt, featuring those adorably doomed moppets of The Overlook, The Grady Twins.
Josh Cooley, storyboard artist for Pixar, has an interesting hobby. When not working on films such as Up and Ratatouille , Cooley takes scenes from R-rated movies (including Jaws, Alien and Pan’s Labyrinth, among others) and illustrates them as if they were meant for a children’s book. The results are nothing short of amazing.
Recently, the horror anthology has made a comeback, with V/H/S and The ABCS of Death (and their sequels) as prime examples of the subgenre’s resurgence. Add México Bárbaro to this list, an ambitious undertaking with eight Mexican filmmakers creating individual entries for the feature.
Super Channel cranks up the creep factor with DARKNET, a new Canadian horror anthology web and television series from Vincenzo Natali and Steven Hoban, featuring episodes by Natali, Hoban, Rue Morgue president Rodrigo Gudiño (The Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh) and newcomers Jeremy Ball and Anthony Scott Burns.