Monthly Archives: March 2008

News and Events

Different Sides of Serling

on March 28, 2008 | Leave a comment

Most know Rod Serling through The Twilight Zone, of course, but this CNN article reminds us that he was also somewhat of a social crusader. Tomorrow at Ithaca College, where Serling taught until his death in ’75, there will be …

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Zombies Attack the MF Gallery

on March 26, 2008 | Leave a comment

MF Gallery’s annual zombie art show called Zombies Attack Again is back! Running April 12 until the end of May, this years contributers will feature the sordid likes of Zorno, D. W. Frynendall, Mark Riddick, pieces from the Ed Gein …

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You Have Got to be Shitting Me

on March 26, 2008 | 1 Comment

And you thought The Asylum was cheeky with its rip-offs! I accidentally came across this on the British Amazon website. The angry reviews of it are hilarious. Nothing whatsoever to do with 28 Days/28 Weeks Later, it stars Reggie Bannister …

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Investigating the Seduction of the Innocent

on March 25, 2008 | 1 Comment

The New Yorker has a revealing feature on the comic book witch hunts of the 1950s that brought an end to the classic horror comics style spearheaded by EC. Not only does it go in-depth in regards to some of …

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The Funk of Forty-Thousand Years!

on March 19, 2008 | 4 Comments

Since we’re on a big Vinny Price kick (what else is new?), here’s a preview of an illustration Royal Flush had me do up for their upcoming piece on the 25th anniversary release of Micheal Jackson’s Thriller. After watching the …

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Price the Pitchman

on March 19, 2008 | 5 Comments

I was looking up an old TV ad starring Vincent Price, for an upcoming Rue Morgue article, and I came across a bunch of other ones on YouTube, which I’ve compiled here for your Vinnie-viewing pleasure. My fave is the …

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Sinister Seven

Sinister Seven: Neil Marshall

on March 14, 2008 | 1 Comment

Neil Marshall is a director who understands and respects genre film. That’s not necessarily a rare thing, but what’s impressive is that he actually manages to get uncompromising horror films made without anyone completely fucking them up along the way. …

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Zombiemania Returns

on March 11, 2008 | Leave a comment

Finally! The Space channel Zombiemania documentary that a bunch of the Rue Crew are in is getting a second showing, tonight at 10pm, EST (listing here). Everyone here friggin’ missed it the first time it played a while ago.

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Meet the Not-Quite-As-Great Old One

on March 10, 2008 | 1 Comment

If you lived a middle class suburban childhood like the one I had growing up in Sherwood Park (just outside of Edmonton), then there’s a good chance you were no stranger to things that weren’t quite brand name. Perhaps it …

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The Greatest Show Unearthed is Coming

on March 10, 2008 | Leave a comment

One of my fave young bands is California’s The Creature Feature, which is coming to Toronto, April 13th, to the Opera House. I can’t wait to see ‘em live. In the meantime, here’s a video from their re-recorded, re-released first …

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