We’ve reviewed Swedish horror soundtrack aficionado Magnus Sellergren‘s work Call Me Greenhorn previously in the pages of Audio Drome. Next issue we run a review of his new faux-soundtrack project Videogram, a love letter to the gritty days of VHS exploitation.
The ABCs of Death sequel brought a much stronger, far more cohesive feel to its collection of 26 short films. Rue Morgue’s Michele Galgana talks to Canadian filmmaker Chris Nash, director of one of the most impressive shorts of the bunch, “Z is for Zygote,” a disturbing little tale of motherhood and birth in all its body-horror glory.
Clive Barker: Imaginer, the hardcover art book funded by Kickstarter, has proven to be an incredible success. It’s no surprise, then, that a second volume is in the works that will collect more of Barker’s sizable catalogue of paintings and drawings. * UPDATED WITH NEW “STRETCH GOAL” INITIATIVE!!! *
Copro Gallery presents “Roadside Attractions”, a group show of some of the most brilliant painters and sculptors of our time. Curated by Cris Velasco, this collection of oddities features some of the greatest artists and sculptors of the macabre and fantastique.
Weekend of Horrors and Rue Morgue Magazine are giving away a pair of weekend pass tickets to one lucky fan at Rue Morgue Deutschland for Weekend of Horrors 2014 (November 14th – 16th) at the Turbinenhalle in Oberhausen, Germany!