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Rue Morgue #98 March 2010

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INSIDE ISSUE #98

THE CREATURE INCARNATE
When Paul Naschy died this past November, he left behind a legacy of monster movies. In an exclusive 2007 interview, the actor, writer, director and producer talks about being the “Lon Chaney of Spain.”Plus: The essential Naschy filmography, and an interview with his biographer.by Mirek Lipinski, Shade Rupe and The Gore-met

A FATAL PORTRAIT
After more than 30 years and twenty albums, King Diamond reflects upon a legendary career as horror metal’s reigning showman. All hail!Plus: A new documentary reveals the true face of Norwegian black metal, and more.by Evan Davies and Trevor Tuminski

AT HOME WITH THE GROTESQUE
Veteran photo illustrator J.K. Potter has created art for many of horror fiction’s heavyweights. Join us as we dissect his beautiful mutations.by Richard Gavin

THE GODSON OF GORE
Get ready for girls ‘n’ guts! This month sees the release of Smash Cut, Lee Demarbre’s lurid and loving tribute to Herschell Gordon Lewis.by Phil Brown¬†


NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND

“The Return of the Repressed.”

DREADLINES

Famous Monsters headed back to newsstands this summer; Night of the Living Dead re-envisioned as animated epic; Chas. Balun remembered by horror fans.

THE CORONER’S REPORT

Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six Gruesome Ghosts.

NEEDFUL THINGS

Paul Naschy Daninsky Figure, Living Dead Beetlejuice, Blood Spill Bookmark, Iron Fist Wolf Beaters Pumps.

CINEMACABRE

CineMacabre features The Crazies remake, plus reviews of Frozen, Bad Biology, Vampire Killers, 5150 Elm’s Way, Blood Creek, InAlienable, Virginia Creepers: The Horror Host Tradition of the Old Dominion, Skeleton Crew, Slaughtered Vomit Dolls, The Witches Hammer, Vampire Party, Dragon Wars, Rise of the Gargoyles and Pterodactyl. Abbreviated Terrors features Ashley Thorpe’s animated love letters to classic British horror. And reissues reviews Kingdom of the Spiders (1977), The House on Sorority Row (1983), Uninvited (1988), Silent Night, Deadly Night 3 Disc Set (1989, 1990, 1991) and Orlok the Vampire (1922).

CINEMARQUEE

The Wolf Man (1941).

BOWEN’S BASEMENT

The Giant Claw.

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS

Features Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery, plus reviews of Weird Western Tales #71, Dante’s Inferno #1, Weekly World News #1 of 4, Dead, She Said and Vincent Price Presents #16.

THE NINTH CIRCLE

Spotlight: Bill Warren’s Keep Watching the Skies! The 21st Century Edition. Plus, reviews of The Philosophy of Horror, The Best of Joe R. Lansdale, Dream Spectres: Extreme Ukiyo-e: Sex Blood, and the Supernatural, Zombies: Encounters with the Hungry Dead, Darkness: Two Decades of Modern Horror, Joe Hill’s Horns, Barbara Roden’s Northwest Passages, The Baby Boomer Horror and Sci-fi Handbook, Stephen Volk’s Gray Matter Novella 5: Vardoger, and The New Vampire’s Handbook.

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR

Dracula Castle and Poienari Castle – Romania

THE GORE-MET

Menu: Maskhead

AUDIO DROME

Featuring Canada’s godfathers of psychobilly The Deadcats. Blood Spattered Guide features the music of Alice in Wonderland. Plus reviews of The Fourth Kind OST, Pandorum OST, The House of the Devil/I Can See You OST, The Deadcats, Creature with the Atom Brain, Rob Zombie, Six Feet Under, Shining and Through the Eyes of the Dead.

PLAY DEAD

Dante’s Inferno, Scary Tales: Snow White vs. The Giant, Scary Tales: Little Red Riding Hood vs. Pinocchio and Aliens vs. Predator.

CLASSIC CUT

Enrique L. Equiluz’s La marca del Hombre lobo (a.k.a. Frankenstein’s Bloody Terror).

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