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    Take a look at 50’s style zombie comedy, FIDO, plus interviews and more. Steve Niles and Bernie Wrightson bring you their new comic book project, City of Others. BLACK SHEEP, more splatter fun from New Zealand. Eli Roth’s HOSTEL 2. Plus, news, tons of reviews, music, comics and more!
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    Alejandro Jodorowsky finally gets a trio of his films released in America. Nacho Cerda’s first feature film. Toe Tag Pictures Fred Vogel and his infamous “snuff” trilogy. Plus, news, reviews, music, and more!
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    Take a look at Korean horror THE HOST and other K-Horror to come. Go back in time with the silent era of horror films. Plus, the art of Funerary Violin, plot out your year with the 2007 convention schedule, and 2006 in review. Add in the usual news, reviews, and usual RM features, and you’re set to go with issue 64!
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    Inside the weird world of Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth, complete with interviews. Remembering Bob Clark’s horror classic Black Christmas, the bleak visions of Camille Rose Garcia, paranormal investigations with Will Storr and more, including first news on George Romero’s Dairy of the Dead. Add in the usual news, reviews, and usual RM features, and y
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    It’s a half hearted look at TV Horror Hosts featuring the Canadian kid’s show classic, The Hilarious House of Frightenstein... Which doesn’t really have anything to do with TV horror hosts if you ask most people who have seen the show since star Billy Van didn’t show movies. Regardless, the Billy Van interview was fun to read. It’s Rue Morgue vs movie maker Uwe Boll, gay horror fiction (which I must say, although I’m not homophobic, I really don’t ever want to read), a look at the films of the last Toronto International Film Festival, and other stuff like movie news, film reviews, and assorted regular features.
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    Gojira, the original Japanese version of Godzilla finally arrives uncut in America on DVD. Indian horror movies, interview with surrealist film maker Jan Svankmajer, horror art from Joe Capobianco and much more!
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    Neil Marshall’s DECENT, the history of horror hip hop... (There is such a thing?), interview with Adrienne Barbeau, a look at Fantasia 2006 and more. Plus, news, reviews, and all the regular features you’ve come to expect.
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    The Omen: a 30th anniversary retrospect (including news on the ...>GROWN<... sequel I’m sure nobody needs. (HINT: Never ever go to see wretched sequels every horror fan can live without and they will stop making them!) Horror manga, new Anchor Bay releases including the long awaited Cemetery Man (Dellamorte Dellamore), complete with interviews. Artist Paul Booth, FanTasa Festival DVD collection and all the usual horror news, and book, DVD and movie reviews you’ve come to expect from Rue Morgue.
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    News on the long-awaited director’s cut of FROM BEYOND with Stuart Gordon and the cast. High Def horror channel, Monsters HD. Basil Gogos, home movies, and all the usual horror news, and book, DVD and movie reviews you’ve come to expect from Rue Morgue.
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    2006 looks to be (Grown out loud) the year of remakes. Fortunately, The Hills Have Eyes remakes didn’t totally suck (like that Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake for example) and director Alexandre Aja, Wes Craven and Greg Nicotero are on hand to talk about the new Hills. Plus, upcoming remake news (oh, joy...), classic horror video games, and the strange tales of Japanese writer Edogawa Rampo. Plus all the usual horror news, and book, DVD and movie reviews you’ve come to expect from Rue Morgue.
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    A Roger Corman retrospect, interview, and look at what’s available on DVD. Take a look at the recent popularity of children’s horror literature; check out the 2006 Horror Convention Schedule to see what kick-ass con is headed your way this year and RM offers up 2005: A Year in Review to see just how close to one really kick-ass horror year we had. Plus all the usual horror news, along with the book, DVD and movie reviews you’ve come to expect from Rue Morgue.
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    A look at independent horror films for 2006, including the Australian film, WOLF CREEK. The history of werewolves, Deodato’s CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST DVD release, THE FLESH EATERS, hearse collecting and lots more! Plus all the usual horror news, book, DVD and movie reviews you’ve come to expect from Rue Morgue.
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    The stop-motion cinema of Robert Morgan, the Brothers Quay, Jan Svankmajer and others. Sex and violence from Japan: the 70’s Pinky Violence films, the ghosts of Japanese filmmaker Kiyoshi Kurosawa and 5 foot rocker Danzig. Add in the usual news, reviews, and more!
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    Japanese filmmaker, Shinya (Tetsuo) Tsukamoto. Charles Burns’ comic book, Black Hole. Photographer Ward Boult specializes in sin and sadism. Plus plenty of film, music, and book reviews, regular features, and little surprises. You can never go wrong with the latest issue of Rue Morgue!
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