Ghost Stories, horror Tarot cards, the macabre photography of Joel-Peter Witkin... RUE MORGUE #181 is here! Take a look at what's inside.
Alex Garland’s adaptation of Jeff VanderMeer’s novel calls to mind ALIEN, in that it applies superlative craftsmanship to what is essentially a basic science-fiction story.
Spanish director Agustí Villaronga, who outraged viewers with his 1986 shocker IN A GLASS CAGE, took cues from occultist Aleister Crowley for his 1989 film MOON CHILD (EL NIÑO DE LA LUNA). Hard to see for many years, it’s now coming to U.S. disc, restored in high definition.
SCANNERS’ Michael Ironside is involved in more messing with minds in ALTERSCAPE, world-premiering tonight at New York City’s Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival. RUE MORGUE got exclusive chats with both Ironside and writer/director Serge Levin about their sci-fi thriller.
Today on the Jukebox: MUMMIES BURN THE MIDNIGHT OIL with MESSER CHUPS!
Rue Morgue got ahold of guitarist Jonathan Hultén of Tribulation to discuss their new album Down Below.
Inspired by the famous Buddy Holly song, TRUE LOVE WAYS is a part-art-house-part-grind-house exploitation revenge film that offers both style and substance.