Rue Morgue Magazine Issue #63 Sneak Peak

Coming to newsstands December 1st is Rue Morgue Magazine Issue #63, which features a cover story on Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth (review). In the feature Guillermo del Toro speaks about his exquisitely violent fairy-tale masterpiece, along with with star Ivana Baquero. Read on for the cover art and a listing of all of the articles.
Once Upon A Time In Spain’s Darkest Days

Guillermo del Toro speaks about his exquisitely violent fairy-tale masterpiece, Pan’s Labyrinth. Plus: An interview with star Ivana Baquero and a look at the the rise of the horrific children’s fable.
by Jovanka Vuckovic

Black Tidings

Bob Clark looks back on a carreer in horror that culminated with his seminal Canadian slasher film, Black Christmas. Plus: Interviews with John Saxon, Andrea Martin and more!
by Paul Corupe, Jovanka Vuckovic, John W. Bowen and Dave Alexander

A Grim Fairy Tale

Acclaimed painter Camille Rose Garcia envisions a dark universe in her new illustrated picto-novellette, The Magic Bottle.
by Kirsten Anderson

Diary of a Ghost Hunter

Award-winning British journalist Will Storr discusses his extensive investigation into the plausibility of ghosts, with some surprising results.
by Monica S. Kuebler

Departments:

Note from underground
Christmastime.

Dreadlines
Romero returns to indie roots for new Dead film, British company launches first horror serial for cellphones, Stoker Awards and World Horror Convention combine forces in Toronto.

Needful things
Simon Marsden’s The Haunted Realm calendar, Monster Guitar Picks, Vampire Condoms, Ghastly Greeings Holiday Cards.

Cinemacabre
Reviews of Saw III, Tideland, City of Rott, Tomie: Revenge, Headspace, Dead Waves, The Plague, The Curse of Lizzie Borden, Ax `Em, Axe, and The Grudge: Ju-on 2 goes head-to-head with The Grudge 2. Reissues presents Richard Stanley’s Dust Devil and two films from Teruo Iishii, Japan’s king of cult. Reviews of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, Street Trash: Meltdown Edition and The Other.

Cinemarquee
The Inner Sanctum Mysteries.

Schizoid cinephile
Alice, Sweet Alice.

Blood in four colours
Featuring four reissued modern classics, plus reviews of Blessed Thistle, Beowulf the Legend (Convention Edition), ’68, The Dark Horse Book of Monsters, Fables: 1001 Nights of Snowfall.

The ninth circle
Spotlight: Two new collections of haunting photography. Plus! Reviews of Creepy Crawls: A Horror Fiend’s Travel Guide, Black Sabbath Doom Let Loose: An Illustrated History, Read By Dawn Vol. 1, Dark Shadows: The Salem Branch, Pressure, and more!

Travelogue of terror
The Screaming Heads – Burk’s Falls, Ontario.

The gore-met
Menu: Bagman.

Audio drome
Spotlight: DigitMovies Italo-horror soundtracks. Reviews of Rock `n’ Roll Nightmare, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, Monster Genocide, The Uniquiet Void, Super Heroines, Headspace, Zombina and the Skeletones, Diabolos, Necrophagia, Fatal Thir13en, and more!

Play dead
Betrayal at the House on the Hill, Ultimate Ghosts `n’ Goblins, F.E.A.R.

Classic cut
Roman Polanski’s Repulsion.

GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE: 25 new subscribers will win a Santa Claws: A Scary Christmas To All book, written by Laura Leuck and illustrated by Gris Gimly, courtesy of Chronicle Books.

Source: Official website