Inside Rue Morgue’s Collectible 200th Issue!
Rue Morgue talks to one of Hollywood’s most controversial auteurs, OLIVER STONE, about the oft-overlooked horror films that launched his career. Plus! A look back at Stone’s first feature SEIZURE – an oddball Canadian horror/comedy with stranger than fiction production woes.
Plus! On the event of our 200th issue, Rue Morgue brings together some of our contemporaries in genre journalism past and present – MICK GARRIS, TONY TIMPONE, TIM LUCAS, BRAD MISKA and KAT ELLINGER – to take the pulse. Plus! A glance at the DIY horror fanzines of yesteryear.
With CENSOR, filmmaker Prano Bailey-Bond explores the triggers of trauma against the backdrop of UK’s video nasties era. Plus! The New Nasties.
Back in 1973, surrealist painter OTTO RAPP committed a terrifying vision to canvas that continues to fascinate the genre’s imagination four decades later.
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Letters from fans, readers and weirdos
THE CORONER’S REPORT
Weird Stats & Morbid Facts, Expired Minds, Shadowland and more!
Strange trinkets from our bazaar of the bizarre
The newest films and reissues, featuring Ben Wheatley’s In The Earth
REISSUED & RE-ANIMATED
REVIVED: Severin’s Santa Sangre 4-Disc Digipack
DUG UP: Gargoyles (1972)
EXHIBIT: The Time Travellers (1964)
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
INKED IN: Rich Davis’ Cult of Dracula
THE NINTH CIRCLE
SPOTLIGHT: The Shadow Book of Ji Yun
THE FRIGHT GALLERY
ON DISPLAY: The Grim Graphite of Chad Wehrle
DEVIL’S IN THE DETAILS
CURIO: Killer Workout (1987)
NOW PLAYING: Midnight Syndicate
PLAYING: Days of Doom
DEBATE: What is the best worst horror movie sequel ever made?