INSIDE RUE MORGUE #184
GENESIS OF THE LIVING DEAD
Fifty years after it was released, fellow directors John Landis and Joe Dante, along with Romero collaborators Ken Foree and Daniel Kraus, gather to discuss the importance of one of the most seminal horror films of all time: Night of the Living Dead. Plus! Judith O’Dea and Patricia Tallman re-examine Night’s lone female; John Russo’s ill-received 30th anniversary re-edit; Romero’s posthumous The Living Dead book and more.
By Andrea Subissati, Michael Doyle and Benoit Black
AIM FOR THE HEAD!
From Splatterhouse to Resident Evil: Biohazard, Enter Rue Morgue’s Horror Game Hall of Fame. Includes video and atbletop games!
By Monica S. Kuebler and Staff
Set in modern-day Salem, Sam Levinson’s Assassination Nation depicts contemporary witchfinder generals with a new axe to grind.
By Andrea Subissati
CLASSIC MONSTER MAN
Every Halloween since 1966, Cortland Hull has opened wide the doors of his Witch’s Dungeon Classic Movie Museum to horror fans and horror royalty alike.
By Michael Gingold
A big thank you to the many fans and fiends who joined us at this year’s Rue Morgue events! Here’s a glimpse at what you may have missed…
Photos by Various
ATTACK OF THE KILLER TEES!
Meet Ben Scrivens, the mind behind Fright Rags, the company that has been reinventing horror wear over the past 15 years.
By Sean Plummer
Enter the dark edible art world of Conjurer’s Kitchen, where the food bites back.
By Leslie Hatton