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Rue Morgue #138, which happens to be our sixteenth anniversary Halloween issue, hits stands in just a few days (it’s already live in the iTunes store), and it’s my pleasure to give you a sneak peek at the gruesome goods. For this year’s supersized October issue, we’ve gathered the reigning gods of grue – H.G. Lewis, Dario Argento, Tom Savini, Jörg Buttgereit and Fred Vogel – for a look back at 50 Years of Gore! And while we’ve got our hands bloody, we also delve into a half-century of giallo films and mondo movies. Plus: David Cronenberg and Howard Shore on Videodrome, Kimberly Peirce and Chloë Moretz on the upcoming Carrie remake, Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein on his new solo album, a look inside the world of indie horror video games, and much, much more.
One of the things we love about Alice Cooper is that he’s a genuine horror geek with a big love for a lot of ghoulish stuff. That includes the original Dark Shadows. He was so excited to be in Tim Burton’s remake that he invited us to ring him up to talk about the show, his role in the film and vampires in general. Here’s what The Coop’ had to say…
Rue Morgue had the chance to chat last night with Let Me In director Matt Reeves whose last film was the POV monster movie Cloverfield. Let Me In, which opens tomorrow, is another version of the novel Let the Right One In by Swedish writer John Ajvide Lindqvist which was made into an acclaimed film just two years ago. You likely know the story: lonely adolescent Owen (Kodi Smit-McPhee, The Road) befriends Abbey (Chloë Moretz, Kick-Ass), a girl apparently his age who turns out to be a vampire.