Inside Rue Morgue #205!
This spring, Finland-based horror filmmakers HANNA BERGHOLM and ILJA RAUTSI release HATCHING, their feature-length exploration into the bond between mother and child… and the results are traumatic. Plus! HATCHING screenwriter ILJA RAUTSI proves he is no stranger to satire with his unique brand of caustic horror shorts and Aleksandr Ptushko’s SAMPO a.k.a. THE DAY THE EARTH FROZE (1959) restored in 4K!
Benjamin Christensen’s HAXAN, a film that originally first cast its spell one hundred years ago this year, still works its dark magic. Plus! Rue Morgue traces the many attempts over the years to lend sound to HAXANs stunning visuals.
Poetry may not be the first thing that comes to mind when someone says “horror,” but HORROR POETRY is thriving. Plus! Anna Cheung’s WHERE DECAY SLEEPS.
Rue Morgue salutes the phantasmagoric life and art of VERNE LANGDON.
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Omelette for Easter
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 featuring Mickey Keating’s Offseason
REISSUED & RE-ANIMATED
REVIVED: Alligator Breaks Out on 4K/Blu-ray
DUG UP: Blood Rage (1987)
EXHIBIT: Lady in a Cage (1964)
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
INKED IN: Joe Mulvey and Rich Douek’s Happy Hill
THE NINTH CIRCLE
SPOTLIGHT: Ed Simon’s Pandemonium: A Visual History of Demonology
THE FRIGHT GALLERY
ON DISPLAY: The Witchy Craft of Slutfocate
DEVIL’S IN THE DETAILS
CURIO: Elizabeth Báthory, video game designer
NOW PLAYING: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre soundtrack
PLAYING: To VR of not to VR
DEBATE: What horror movie has the most misleading poster?