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Rue Morgue Editor-in-Chief DAVE ALEXANDER is bringing to Toronto “If They Came From Within: An Alternative History of Canadian Horror Movies” – a multifaceted art project that imagines a different, more legendary legacy of uniquely Canadian genre films. If They Came From Within brings these imaginary movies to life via fictional 20+ movie posters – created by some of Canada’s top poster artists and designers – accompanied by synopses from some of the country’s top horror filmmakers…
Mark you calendars, gang: In less than three weeks, Detroit will belong to the deaders. DETROIT ZOMBIE CON is going down August 17th and 18th at Troy, Michigan’s Motion Picture Institute. The two-day flesh-eater fest will include appearances by a horde of horror pros, including Rue Morgue’s very own Dave Alexander and Gary Pullin…
Our fearless Editor-in-Chief Dave Alexander and art columnist Ghoulish Gary Pullin will be lurching into Motor City next month for DETROIT ZOMBIE CON, a two-day event that will feature special guests, panel discussions, film screenings, an interactive role playing game, makeup demonstrations and more. Z-Con goes down August 17-18 on the soundstages of Troy, Michigan’s Motion Picture Institute (2040 Crooks Rd., Ste. B). Tickets are on sale now; get them here.
RM art columnist Ghoulish Gary Pullin has kept the internet awesome lately with the Mondo drop of his White Zombie print and our very own reveal of his Re-Animator LP art for Waxwork Records’ upcoming reissue of the film’s score. Yet another Ghoulish Gary creation hit the net this weekend: this extremely cool poster for the Irish horror-comedy Grabbers (coming next month from IFC Midnight).
Click on through to see Gary’s awesome poster, then scroll down for the latest Grabbers trailer, courtesy of IGN.
Waxwork Records apparently does not believe in starting small. The label is dropping its first release on July 30, and it’s a doozy: a limited edition vinyl pressing of Richard Band’s score from Stuart Gordon’s 1985 cult classic Re-Animator, featuring full LP artwork by Ghoulish Gary Pullin!
Band’s score, performed by the Rome Philharmonic Orchestra, has been specifically remastered for vinyl. Here’s the rundown of features…
Those space cases over at The Space Channel launched sister channel Space HD in June, and one of their new shows is called Fanboy Confessional. As the press release states, “Each episode of this new documentary series profiles a fanboy at the top of his game – the ‘Fanboy’s Fanboy.’ Catch this fascinating, six-episode series as it delves into the world of genre, subculture and obsession.”
What do you do when you wake up at 4 in the morning and can’t get back to sleep? Well, I’d suggest doing what I did: make yourself a nice cup of tea, grab your best pair of headphones, turn off all the lights and settle in to slooshy the final episode of Tales From Beyond The Pale – Season One.