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Yeah, we know — everyone’s a critic and, come October, everyone’s a horror expert. The thing is, our readers actually are horror experts, and now we have a chance to reward you for your curious… proclivities.
RUE MORGUE and NETFLIX CANADA are teaming up this Halloween to bring you a list of the scariest, silliest and most original horror flicks currently streaming on Netflix. From classics like The Blob, to festival creepers like Kill List, and cult films like They Live, these Rue Morgue approved horror films picked and curated by Rue Morgue Editor in-Chief Dave Alexander will be the focus of media and giveaways leading up to Halloween.
Now, Rue Morgue and Netflix Canada want YOU to curate your own Triple Bill from Rue Morgue’s Halloween Horrors List and become eligible to win one of three very cool prizes, including a PlayStation 3. Click past the jump for details!
Australian cinema has bred all sorts of Outback psychos over the years. Now, Sean Byrne’s The Loved Ones continues the tradition with a teen terror in a pink prom dress. PLUS! Snowtown mines one of Australia’s most shocking crimes, and Greg McLean checks in with the latest on his Wolf Creek sequel.
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After a bit of a hiatus, Cryptic Collectibles is up and running again – just in time for Halloween. While mulling over what to post, I serendipitously came into possession of a few vintage (30-year-old or more) issues of TV Guide – one of which covered Halloween of 1981. So, seeing that many horror fans (particularly if you’re of a certain age) were introduced to the genre through television, I thought it would be nice to celebrate our favourite holiday with a look at some the classic ads featured within the magazine.
The My Bloody Valentine 30th Anniversary reunion panel has been moved to Sunday at 2 p.m. in Room 715B. The following cast and crew have been confirmed: director George Mihalka, Neil Affleck (“Axel Palmer”), Lori Hallier (“Sarah”), Helene Udy (“Sylvia”), Paul Zaza (Composer), and Bob Presner (Line Producer).
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Only three more sleeps ’til horror is unleashed at the Rue Morgue Festival of Fear, this Thursday to Sunday at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (255 Front St. W., South Building)!
Last week, we excitedly announced Rue Morgue Cinema had officially begun pre-production on RM Founder Rodrigo Gudiño’s first feature film, The Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh. Now you can follow the progress of the project on the film’s new Facebook page. Support Canadian genre cinema – “Like” it, tell your friends, and like the new poster (click past the jump for the full meal deal) designed by Ghoulish Gary advises: Believe.
It’s your last chance to win a FREE T-SHIRT courtesy of FAST CUSTOM SHIRTS! In honour of the Roger Corman Cult Classics that recently hit DVD courtesy of Shout! Factory, and in recognition of the weird preponderance of characters in these titles who get raped to death by strange, mutated monsters (Galaxy of Terror, Forbidden World and Humanoids From the Deep), we asked the listeners the following question…