Inside Rue Morgue #206!
Features original cover artwork by MATTHEW THERRIEN!
Children wielding uncanny powers with tragic consequences have led to some of the most terrifying moments in genre history. This issue, RUE MORGUE looks at two new iterations; THE INNOCENTS, an extreme fairytale from Norway, along with the fiery reboot of Stephen King’s best-selling novel FIRESTARTER. Plus! Your handy guide to the horror genre’s most notable psychic children!
Celebrating its 100th birthday this year, Richmond’s EDGAR ALLAN POE MUSEUM expands its collection of rare manuscripts, coffin fragments and more. Plus: EAP Museum curator CHRIS SEMTNER explores the more spectral aspects of the writer’s legacy in his new book HAUNTING POE.
Scores of direct-to-video distributors have come and gone since Rue Morgue first launched in 1997, but New Jersey’s WILD EYE RELEASING has remained vital with their outrageous brand of Z- horror and sci-fi cinema. Plus! Five Wild Eye titles that must be seen to be disbelieved!
Stop-motion mastermind PHIL TIPPETT unveils MAD GOD, the magnum opus that has taken him two decades to craft.
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 featuring Chloe Okuno’s Watcher
REISSUED & RE-ANIMATED
REVIVED: They Look Like People (2015)
DUG UP: Attack of the Eye Creatures (1967)
EXHIBIT: The Phantom of the Monastery (1933)
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
INKED IN: Black’s Myth Volume One by Eric Palicki
THE NINTH CIRCLE
SPOTLIGHT: Chris Kelso and David Leo Rice’s Children of the New Flesh
THE FRIGHT GALLERY
ON DISPLAY: The Heavy Metal Hellscapes of David Paul Seymour
DEVIL’S IN THE DETAILS
CURIO: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise reappraised
NOW PLAYING: Mac Sabbath’s Drive Thru Metal
PLAYING: Deadside and Loving It
DEBATE: Who gave the best cinematic portrayal of the Devil?
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