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RUE MORGUE and the Ouija Board

Each year I look forward to the Halloween issue of RUE MORGUE magazine. This year's was a real treat given its cover story "Spirits, Demons, Superstition: 125 Years of the Ouija Board." There are several elements included in their coverage, including an overview, "Take Me to the Other Side" by April Snellings that also includes […]

George Clayton Johnson and the Legacy of The Twilight Zone

Today I was thumbing through the June 2012 #123 edition of Rue Morgue magazine and an item caught my eye. In honor of a new Twilight Zone collection coming to Blu-ray, the magazine interviewed George Clayton Johnson who discussed his contribution to that classic series. Johnson is the writer of several episodes of the series, […]

Richard Moore’s “Boneyard” Featured in Rue Morgue Magazine

I have to brag on one of my kin. I went to the bookstore today to review the September 2010 issue 104 of Rue Morgue magazine and found my brother's comic book work featured prominently in their comic section "Blood in Four Colours." The feature includes a full page look at Richard Moore's Boneyard that […]

Rue Morgue Magazine Tribute to Ray Harryhausen

The new issue of Rue Morgue magazine, #90 (June 2009), recently hit newsstands. I knew when I received their weekly email announcement that I had to pick up a copy of this issue to add to my collection. The cover art drew my attention to the Ray Harryhausen tribute. Fans of fantasy films will be […]

Rue Morgue – Divinity in Darkness: The Rise of Christian Horror

The cover of the current issue of Rue Morgue magazine, Issue #87 highlights a double referent in its contents which dovetail with an emphasis of this blog in its analysis of the religious and social aspects of horror and the fantastic. The cover points toward an article on "Pascal Laugier's religious-themed torture porn," but of real […]

Rue Morgue magazine

While at Barnes & Noble today I came across a magazine that I found very helpful in that it not only explored the entertainment and popular culture aspects of horror, but also looked at the issue internationally as well. The magazine is called Rue Morgue: Horror in Culture and Entertainment. I have added it to […]

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