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Rue Morgue #101 June 2010

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INSIDE ISSUE #101

HEART OF THE DEVIL
Rue Morgue travels to Los Angeles for an exclusive interview and photo shoot with Glenn Danzig. With a new album and other projects in the works, he exorcizes any rumours of retirement.PLUS: The demonic muscle-bound art of Danzig collaborator Simon Bisley, a review of Deth Red Sabaoth, and more!by Trevor Tuminski, Gabrielle Gieselman and Dave Alexander

ONCE BITTEN
Alan Ball isn’t much of a vampire fan, but that didn’t stop him from bringing blood lust to the masses. Meet the unlikely creator of True Blood.PLUS: Michelle Forbes on being the big bad maenad in Season Two, author Charlaine Harris’ latest entry in the Southern Vampire Mysteries series, and more!by Monica S. KueblerInterview by Justin Humphreys

AT HOME WITH THE DEAD
George A. Romero invites us over for a face-to-face talk about his unlikely new zombie western, Survival of the Dead.by Stuart F. Andrews

THE RHYTHM OF FEAR
Australian dance troupe splintergroup stages a paranoid nightmare in the outback.by Michael Mitchell and Monica S. Kuebler


NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Devil music.

DREADLINES
John Carpenter and Steve Niles team up for F.E.A.R. 3; Interactive art project puts you in the zombie apocalypse; Walking Dead TV series goes into production, and more!

THE CORONER’S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six – Face Masks.

NEEDFUL THINGS
Karloff Busts, Remote-Controlled Bigfoot, Dead Tired Pillowcases, Undead Art

CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre features reviews of A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Descent 2, Transylmania, Haunted Echoes, Life Blood, Cold Storage, Bigfoot, Penance, Abduction and Hospitality. Blood on a Budget reviews Zombie Dearest and The Landlord. And reissues reviews The Sadist with the Red Teeth (1971)/Forbidden Paris (1969), Two Evil Eyes (1990), House of the Long Shadows (1983) and The Masters of Science Fiction (2007).

CINEMARQUEE
Beginning of the End (1957).

BOWEN’S BASEMENT
The World Beyond (1978).

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Kolchak: Lovecraftian Damnation, plus reviews of Kill Shakespeare #1, Marvel Zombies #1 of 5, We Will Bury You #2, Random Acts of Violence and Grim Fairy Tales #5.

THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Philip Nutman’s Cities of Night. Library of the Damned takes a look at the importance of young adult horror. Plus, reviews of Sexual Rhetoric in the Works of Joss Whedon, Silver Scream Volume Two: 40 Classic Horror Movies 1941-1951, David Moody’s Dog Blood, Weston Ochse’s Empire of Salt, Joey Comeau’s One Bloody Thing After Another, Vampires, Werewolves, Zombies: Compendium Monstrum, Mira Grant’s Feed and Bites: Scary Stories to Sink Your Teeth Into.

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
The Dublin Ghost Bus – Dublin, Ireland

THE GORE-MET
Menu: Specialite du chef and The Greatest American Snuff Film.

AUDIO DROME
Featuring Dutch retro-rock occult band The Devil’s Blood. Blood Spattered Guide says R.I.P. to Peter Steele. Plus reviews of Clash of the Titans (2010) OST, Shiver OST, The Nothing Like Vaudeville Show OST, Prophecy OST, Diemonsterdie, Others, Soulfly, Wormfood and Kerasphorus.

PLAY DEAD
Monster Hunter Tri, Zombie Driver: Slaughter and N.Y. Zombies.

CLASSIC CUT
Danzig’s Danzig II: Lucifuge.

GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE!
Ten new subscribers will win a copy of the Hidden Lyrics of the Left Hand lyric book, illustrated by Simon “Biz” Bisley and signed by Glenn Danzig, courtesy of Evilive and Verotik.

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