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  • Rue Morgue Magazine

    I need 1-46.
    "This guy is a fucking GOOF." -VideoNasty

  • #2
    i got issue #43march'05 and the double sized jan/feb'05 special collectors edition reprinting issues #1,2&3.
    +113

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    • #3
      It'll be tough to find some of the first twenty issues, but good luck, and if worse comes to worse the website sells back issues: http://www.rue-morgue.com/countrysel.php

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      • #4
        Great issue this month!!!



        RETURN TO CASTLE FRIGHTENSTEIN
        Rue Morgue pays tribute to Billy Van, host of the legendary Canadian children’s spookshow The Hilarious House of Frightenstein, with a rare interview. Plus: Frightenstein reissued, a chat with Elvira, and the history of television horror hosts.
        by Gary Butler, Paul Corupe and Chris Alexander

        THE CURIOUS CASE OF DR. UWE BOLL
        An expose of the director everyone loves to hate. Plus: Rue Morgue vs. Uwe Boll!
        by Stuart Andrews and Chris Alexander

        INVESTIGATING GAY HORROR LIT
        Prominent gay genre editor and author Michael Rowe traces the evolution of homosexual horror fiction.
        by Monica S. Kuebler

        CRUEL COUTURE
        Fashion victim? Become the black belle of the ball with these one-of-a-kind designs from Dark Queen Apparel.
        by Jovanka Vuckovic

        DEPARTMENTS

        NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND:
        Frightenstein.

        DREADLINES:
        Slashers, spooks, satyrs and sheep at the Toronto International Film Festival.

        THE CORONER'S REPORT:
        Weird stats and morbid facts. The Rue Morgue Sick Top Six Instances of Automotive Atrocity.

        NEEDFUL THINGS:
        Coffin Blood Drive Pedal, Proper Skull and Bones Jewelry, Laura Zindel Ceramics, Play Dead Cult Hoodies.

        CINEMACABRE:
        Featuring reviews of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, Feast, The Covenant, The Black Dahlia, Head Trauma, and more! Reissues presents reviews of A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Black Pit of Dr. M, The Norliss Tapes, Dracula, Prisoner of Frankenstein, Crypt of the Vampire, The Dead Zone, Pete Sematary, Silver Bullet, Graveyard Shift, and more!

        CINEMARQUEE:
        Mad Love (1935).

        SCHIZOID CINEPHILE:
        3-D Movies.

        BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS:
        The Scribbler, Bite Club: Vampire Crime Unit, Four Stories, Palm Reader, Lullabies From Hell, The Wicked West 2: Abomination & Other Tales.

        THE NINTH CIRCLE:
        Spotlight on The Winston Effect: The Art and History of Stan Winston Studio, reviews of Horror International, The Munsters: A Trip Down Mockingbird Lane, Stephen King’s The Secretary of Dreams, Glen Hirshberg’s American Morons, Koji Suzuki’s Birthday and more!

        TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR:
        Morbid events around the globe.

        THE GORE-MET:
        Menu: Chaos.

        AUDIO DROME:
        Featuring undead punks Send More Paramedics, reviews of the Slither OST, Pulse (2006) OST, The Omen (2006) OST, Monster House OST, The 69 Eyes, Deicide, Cattle Decapitation, Deranged, and more!

        PLAY DEAD:
        Horrorclix, Monster House, Dead Hand Chaos Poker.

        CLASSIC CUT:
        Edvard Munch’s Vampire.

        GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE!:
        Rue Morgue, Anchor Bay, and Starz Media want you to come home to Haddonfield! Twenty-five new subscribers will win a Halloween: 25 Years of Terror DVD and T-shirt courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment and Starz Media!

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        *Here's a great place to discuss the mag. (current, upcoming, and back issues)

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        • #5
          Yet another reason why RM rules all...

          ON STANDS MARCH 1st!



          IN THE SHADOW OF THE TALL MAN
          Don Coscarelli reminisces about his genre-bending, skull-drilling, shape-shifting series, Phantasm. Plus: Interviews with Angus Scrimm, Reggie Bannister, and more!
          by John W. Bowen, Brad Abraham and Joseph O’Brien

          ANIMATING HELLBOY
          Tad Stones and Mike Mignola discuss the trials and tribulations of creating two movie-length Hellboy cartoons. Plus: Ron Perlman on being Hellboy, and more!
          by James Grainger and Jovanka Vuckovic

          PAINT IT RED: THE HISTORY OF AURORA MONSTER MODELS
          Rue Morgue presents the story of the most influential monster collectibles ever made.
          by W. Brice McVicar and Jovanka Vuckovic

          THE MAYOR OF GHOULTOWN
          An interview with the dead man behind Ghoultown, Texas’ mariachi-fuelled, strange cousin to gothabilly:
          by Dave Alexander

          HOLLYWOOD HAD IT COMING
          Mick Garris unleashes his first novel, Development Hell, inspired by tinseltown’s fickle film business.
          by John W. Bowen

          DEPARTMENTS:

          NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
          Nightmares.

          DREADLINES
          Controversial serial killer film held up due to trial concerns, Edward Scissorhands story expanded in stage adaptation, Zombie feature directed by twelve-year-old girl hits DVD.

          CINEMACABRE
          Reviews of The Hitcher, Blood and Chocolate, Primeval, Black Christmas, MoH: Pro-Life, Altered, MoH: Pelts, Going To Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film, Creepeies 2, Werewolf in a Woman’s Prison, The Witch’s Sabbath. Indie Terror Fest reviews Mercy, Acne, My Dead Girlfriend. Reissues presents a tribute to Don Dohler (RIP). Reviews of Future-Kill, The Manitou, The True Story of the Nun of Monza, Christmas Evil, Maniac Cop, Doom Asylum.

          CINEMARQUEE
          The Aztec Mummy Collection (1957).

          SCHIZOID CINEPHILE
          Spotlight: Coralina Cataldi Tassoni.

          BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
          Spotlight: A celebration of Dark Horse Comics. Reviews of Crossing Midnight #1-3, The Grave Robber’s Daughter, TAG: Cursed #1 (of 5), Whistles #2, Dear Julia,.

          THE NINTH CIRCLE
          Spotlight: Michael Laimo. Reviews of Literary Walking Tours of Gothic Dublin, Strange Indiana Monsters, Midnight Premiere, The Keeper, The Beast of Noor, Bunnicula Meets Adgar Allan Crow, In The Dark: Stories from the Supernatural, Lisey’s Story.

          TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
          Ottawa International Youth Hostel – Ontario, Canada.

          THE GORE-MET
          Menu: Cannibal.

          AUDIO DROME
          Spotlight: Death Breath. Reviews of Lifeforce OST, Una Vergine Tra i Morti Viventi OST, Frostbite OST, Troll OST, The Deadcats, Bourbon Crow, Rammstein, The Lurking Corpses, Makeup and Vanity Set.

          PLAY DEAD
          MMM…Brains!, An Evening of Murder: A Feast To Die For/Last Call, Waifs and Strays.

          CLASSIC CUT
          Carlos Clarens’ An Illustrated History of the Horror Film.

          GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE: 25 new subscribers will win a DVD of the documentary, Going To Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film, courtesy of TH!NKFilm and Starz Originals.

          Source.
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          • #6
            Reviews of The Hitcher, Blood and Chocolate, Primeval, Black Christmas
            I have a feeling those are going to be hilarious.

            Thanks for the update on the new issue. The cover looks awesome. Looks like I'll be heading for Borders right after work on Thursday.
            The Abattoir of Thoughts

            Serpenterium Official Home
            Bel Ebih @ deviantART (old artwork)

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            • #7
              the new issue looks great.
              Pinhead: Time to play...
              Kirsty Cotton: Wait!
              Pinhead: No more deals child, it is your flesh we want to experience, not your skill at bargaining.
              Kirsty Cotton: No deals, just information, just information!
              Pinhead: Go on... but trick us again child, and your suffering will be legendary even in Hell!

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              • #8
                Out now...



                SEX, VIOLENCE AND 42ND ST.
                Rue Morgue examines grindhouse ground zero, the seedy, sensational source of the movement, plus the upcoming Quentin Tarantino/Robert Rodriguez double bill that pays homage to it. Interviews with Rodriguez, Kurt Russell, Tom Savini, Rob Zombie, Eli Roth and Edgar Wright.
                Plus: William Lustig remembers 42nd Street, H.G. Lewis on making exploitation films, and more!
                by Stephen Thrower, Jovanka Vuckovic, Tom Murray, Dave Alexander, Paul Corupe, Last Chance Lance and H.G. Lewis.

                SKINNY PUPPY: 25 YEARS OF AURAL VIOLENCE
                This year, the harbingers of dark industrial music celebrate their silver anniversary. cEvin Key and Ogre speak!
                Plus: Skinny Puppy’s 25 most terrifying tracks.
                by Chris Alexander and Liisa Ladouceur

                CARNIVAL MACABRE
                Welcome to Pooch Island, a cartoonish, monster-packed, acrylic thrill ride.
                by Kirsten Anderson

                LOVE WILL TEAR US APART

                Lucky McKee and Angela Bettis trade director and actor roles for their latest collaboration, Roman.
                by John W. Bowen

                DEPARTMENTS:

                NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
                Grindhouses.

                DREADLINES
                Mondo Macabro produces first Pakistani gore film, Original Stuart Gordon storyboards up for auction, Zombies invade new interactive gaming technology.

                CINEMACABRE
                Reviews of 300, The Number 23, Hot Fuzz, Hannibal Rising, Pumpkin: Ashes to Ashes, The Messengers, Sheitan, Masters of Horror “Family,” Night of the Living Dorks, Open Water 2: Adrift, Heartstopper, Tokko. Reissues presents a look at Horror Trailer Compilations. Reviews of The Silence of the Lambs, Devil Times Five, Black Magic, The Forest, Jess Franco’s Count Dracula, Macumba Sexual, Mansion of the Living Dead.

                CINEMARQUEE
                Monsters and Madmen Collection.

                SCHIZOID CINEPHILE
                Spotlight: Coralina Cataldi Tassoni (Part 2).

                BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
                Spotlight: Han Rickheit’s Chloe. Reviews of Dead World: Requiem for the World, Elk’s Run, Fall of Cthulhu, Roadkill Zoo, Sasquatch.

                THE NINTH CIRCE
                Spotlight: James Farr’s Xombie: Dead on Arrival. Reviews of The Hollywood Horror Film 1931-1941, Beasts!, Splatter Flicks, Stephen Graham Jones’ Demon Theory, William Hjortsberg’s Falling Angel.

                TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
                The Edogawa Rampo House - Tokyo, Japan.

                THE GORE-MET
                Menu: Retro video cheapies from Camp Motion Pictures.

                AUDIO DROME
                Spotlight: Godzilla music collector Larry Tuczynski. Reviews of Spasmo OST, Poultrygeist OST, L’iguana dalla lingua di fuoco OST, Pan’s Labyrinth OST, Rest Stop OST, Impious, Nekromantix, Lonesome Kings, Gorguts.

                PLAY DEAD
                Monsters Menace America, The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened, Liber Necris: The Book of Death in the Old World.

                CLASSIC CUT
                Herschell Gordon Lewis’ Blood Feast.

                GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE: 25 new subscribers will win copies of the special edition Re-Animator, Phantasm and Tokko Vol. 1 DVDs courtesy of
                Rue Morgue, Anchor Bay, Starz Home Entertainment and Manga Video.[/QUOTE]

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                • #9
                  Rue Morgue is easily the best horror mag out right now. Much better than Fangoria in my opinion.

                  Good luck finding all those issues.
                  - Nick / Film Fiends

                  http://www.filmfiends.com - Horror and Cult Films, Books, T-shirts and more!
                  http://www.myspace.com/filmfiends

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by mR_BuNgLe View Post
                    Great issue this month!!!


                    That cover bears a striking resemblance to you Bungle.

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                    • #11
                      The only one I have is issue 66 because they are extremely hard to find in NC. But i subscribed to it so I should be getting more, I can't wait either, they are great magazines.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by caustic_coffee View Post
                        That cover bears a striking resemblance to you Bungle.
                        Yep, cropped and flopped.

                        Letterbox'd - Horror Etc - The Hysteria Continues - Film Junk - GGTMC

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                        • #13
                          i bought every issue for about a year and a half ending about a year ago. Just got sick of it, after about 10 issues i never got around to reading half of the content and they would keep compounded upon each other until i just stopped buying them.

                          At that point i figured something out. I've think learned everything i want to know about horror movies, and seen 90% of the ones i need to. Not to say i'm done watching them, but over a 5 year span of reading up and trading DVDs, i think i pretty much covered everything and don't need to continue crusading for more. There' a lot to be liked about all the italian sleeze and exploitation films of the 70s, the classics from then and before as well as the errie period ruled by hitchcock and brigman, but my true passion really does lay with those cheesy 80s that i grew up with. And i've definitely scraped that barrel.
                          BD keeps a pretty good finger on the pulse for new stuff so that'll do. I'd sell most of my Rue Morgues if anyone really wanted them that bad. (i'll keep the one where they printed my letter )

                          On that note, this is Paradis signing off, See ya in another life brothas
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                          • #14
                            I'd love to write for these guys someday...

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                            • #15
                              I ended up giving most of my collection to my roomates to cut pictures out and make a collage of porn and violence.

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