INSIDE ISSUE #69
KIDS VS. MONSTERS!
The Monster Squad, a Bad New Bears-meets-the-Universal monsters kid comedy, has gathered an impressive cult following since its release twenty years ago. This month, the lost gem finally makes its way to DVD. Rue Morgue reunites director Fred Dekker, the entire cast of monsters, creature designer Stan Winston and star Andre Gower.
by Chris Alexander, Dave Alexander and Jovanka Vuckovic
THE CRYPT NEVER CLOSES
Tales from the Crypt is reborn and looking better than ever with Gemstone Publishing’s ongoing series The EC Archives. The history and legacy of the most famous horror comic book series of all time.
by Paul Corupe
SPILLING GUTS WITH SLAYER
Twenty-four years after Slayer’s unholy inception, guitarist Kerry King reveals the lighter side of his band’s fascination with evil, ritual dismemberment… and all manner of anti-Christian abomination.
by Jovanka Vuckovic
HOUSE OF WAX
Visit The Witch’s Dungeon wax museum, North America’s longest-running Halloween attraction.
by Paul Corupe
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND:
FanTasia highlights include Jean Rollin and apocalypse films; Undead creators trade zombies for vampires in second feature.
THE CORONER’S REPORT:
Weird stats and morbid facts. The Rue Morgue Sick Top Six Instances of Maggot Mayhem.
Session 9 T-shirt, Bloody Mary Jewelled Compact Cases, Coffin Boxes, Hollywood Zombies
Featuring a profile on Lurker Films. Reviews of Joshua, 1408, Day Watch, Bug, 28 Weeks Later, MoH’s “The Black Cat,” Alone with Her, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, Blood Tea & Red String, and more. Reissues presents Deimos Entertainment’s Welcome to the Grindhouse series, reviews of Who Can Kill a Child?, The Blind Woman’s Curse, Five Bloody Graves/Nurse Sherri, Video Violence… When Renting is Not Enough, and more.
Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman (1958).
Spotlight: Tales That Witness Madness.
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS:
Spotlight: The Spectre. Reviews of Arkadian: No Witness, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Creature from the Depths, Hack/Slash, and Jonah Hex.
THE NINTH CIRCLE:
Spotlight: Film scholar Tom Weaver. Reviews of Television Fright Films of the 1970s, Bela Lugosi: Dreams and Nightmares, Michael Marshall’s The Intruders, B.H. Fingerman’s Bottomfeeder, Steve Gerlach’s Love Lies Dying, and more.
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR:
Dearly Departed Tours – Hollywood, California.
Menu: Video sex and violence from Japan.
Spotlight: Tiger Army. Reviews of The Dead Girl OST, Dead Silence OST, Zombi, The Ripmen, Serpenteens, Marilyn Manson, 3 Inches of Blood, Killing Joke, Blood Freak, and Glenn Danzig.
Zombietown, Penumbra: Overture and Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia.
The Quatermass Xperiment.