In the 70s and 80s, Hollywood screen legends were in their 70s and 80s, many of whom were still working, and some chose to take their final (or near final) bows in horror films.
This week on the RUE MORGUE ARCHIVES, we head back to AUGUST 2011 for RUE MORGUE issue #114. Writer/director TOM HOLLAND recalls how his unlikely hit 1985's FRIGHT NIGHT, reinvented the vampire for modern viewers, in a feature we call RIGHT NEXT DOOR TO HELL.
Nostalgia and new nightmares manifest in this first offering from comics publisher American Mythology and James Kuhoric.
Writer/director James Michael Shoberg wants to bring his passion project to a theater near you!
Mikey Sarago's line of handmade horror dolls and plushies run the gammut of who's who in horror movie fandom, from Friday the 13th, Halloween, Sleepaway Camp and more!