Welcome to Tomb of the Spine-Tingling Tome, a new column exploring the darkest corners of literature. For this inaugural edition, the Tomb is focusing on some seriously spooky, perception-scrambling LGBT-authored and/or -friendly reading material.
Now available in the Rue Morgue Shoppe: renowned horror stitcher Rebecca Martz-Burley's incredible collection featuring over 20 officially licensed Evil Dead 2 patterns!
Read our review of Alexandra West's brand-new dive into horror history!
The only things more shocking and outrageous than the horror films of the 1980s were the ads promoting them in the newspapers of the time. Now, a book compiling over 450 of those rare, eye-teasing images is coming under the RUE MORGUE banner!
Rue Morgue exclusively announces a forthcoming collection of writings exploring the cultural history of religion in horror cinema. Scared Sacred: Idolatry, Religion and Worship in the Horror Film is edited by Rebecca Booth (author of the forthcoming The Devil Rides Out [Devil’s Advocates]) and Erin Thompson ([formerly Miskell] owner and editor of The Backseat Driver Reviews), due for release early in 2019 from House of Leaves Publishing.