Inside Rue Morgue #210!
Mexican horror cinema finds a new champion in Michelle Garza Cervera, who shatters motherhood taboos like so many brittle bones in her terrifying debut feature, HUESERA: THE BONE WOMAN. Plus! Tijuana-based filmmaker Abraham Sánchez lists and elaborates some MEXICAN HORROR ESSENTIAL VIEWING, meet the SATANIC HISPANICS and more!
Rue Morgue sits down with authors Ramsey Campbell, and Laird Barron and scholars S.T. Joshi and Bobbie Derrie as WEIRD TALES, the most influential magazine of horror fiction, celebrates a centenary. Plus! THE ART OF WEIRD TALES and a peek at the upcoming THE BEST OF WEIRD TALES VOL 1 anthology.
Using a popular horror trope as its title, THE BLACK GUY DIES FIRST is a new book from the minds behind Horror Noire that investigates the ways in which the genre’s past informs its present. Plus! A look at Tananarive Due, Steve Barnes and Marco Finnegan’s graphic novel THE KEEPER.
RIP 2022 THE YEAR IN REVIEW – Rue Morgue salutes a banner year in horror!
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Brujas and Broomsticks.
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 Perry Blackshear’s When I Consume You
REISSUED & RE-ANIMATED
REVIVED: SRS Cinema’s Space Monster Wangmagwi
DUG UP: Spectre (1977)
EXHIBIT: The Black Room (1935)
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
INKED IN: Joe Corallo’s Dahlia in the Dark
THE NINTH CIRCLE
SPOTLIGHT: Unquiet Spirits: Essays by Asian Women in Horror
THE FRIGHT GALLERY
ON DISPLAY: The Pulp Culture Art of Stephen Andrade
DEVIL’S IN THE DETAILS
CURIO: Wigging out on Tobe Hooper’s Eaten Alive
NOW PLAYING: The Music of Hausu
PLAYING: Saturnalia and Paper Cut Mansion
DEBATE: Is interest from big-budget studios a good or bad thing for the horror genre?
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