INSIDE ISSUE #141
A modern indie film with a retro heart, Adrian Garcia Bogliano’s Here Comes The Devil delivers sex, death and supernatural terror under the Tijuana sun. PLUS: We explore the director’s filmography.
by Dave Alexander and Ariel Fisher
HACKED TO PIECES, STITCHED TOGETHER
Rue Morgue takes a look at horror cinema’s most memorable alternative versions. PLUS: How some of our favourite fright flicks could’ve ended.
by Adam Clarke
2014 HORROR CONVENTION AND FILM FESTIVAL SCHEDULE
Catch the next big thing in horror at 2014’s genre festivals.
R.I.P. 2013: THE YEAR IN REVIEW
Get ready to rumble, as we round up our hits and misses of the last twelve months.
A DIRECTOR DISSECTED
The retrospective exhibit David Cronenberg: Evolution gets up close and personal with Canada’s king of body horror.
by Stuart F. Andrews
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
The politics of possession.
Flowers in the Attic returns as a TV movie; Juliet Landau and husband shooting new vampire doc; Retro horror collective Necrostorm to release first video game
THE CORONER’S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Gigantic Worm Woes.
Fossilized Creature Hand Prop Replica; The Twilight Zone: The Complete Series; Uzumaki 3-in-1 Deluxe Edition; Skull USB Hub and Desk Tray
CineMacabre features Raze, plus reviews of We Are What We Are, Oldboy, All The Boys Love Mandy Lane, The Seasoning House, Embrace of the Vampire, Dead in Tombstone, Death By VHS, Slaughter Tales, and Horror Stories. Reissues reviews Body Bags (1993), Maniac Cop (1990), Maniac Cpo 3: Badge of Silence (1993), The Other (1972) and The Horror Show (1989).
THE LATE-NITE ARCHIVE
In The Vault: Die, Monster, Die!
Dug Up: Cathy’s Curse.
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features The Dark of the Forest, plus reviews of Afterlife With Archie #2, Five Ghosts #6, Hellraiser Annual 2013, Sledgehammer 44: Lightning War #1 of 3, and The Raven and The Red Death.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Alternative Movie Posters: Film Art From the Underground. Library of the Damned scopes out three free horror reads for the lean months. Plus, reviews of John Ajvide Lindqvist’s Let the Old Dream Die, Bentley Little’s The Influence, The Rural Gothic in American Popular Culture: Backwoods Horror and Terror in the Wilderness, Psycho-Mania!, Scott Sigler’s Pandemic, R. Chetwynd-Hayes’ The Monster Club, Sherwin Tija’s You Are A Cat – In the Zombie Apocalypse, and Turn the Lights Down.
THE FRIGHT GALLERY
On Display: Guro.
Menu: In Hell and Adam Chaplin, Violent Avenger.
Featuring UK punk band Salem Rages. Listen to My Nightmare spins the Last House on the Left soundtrack. Plus reviews of Halloween OST, Halloween: 35th Anniversary Celebration, Sospetto, Lonesome Wyatt, Horror Section, Iceage, Axeslasher, and Satan’s Wrath.
Features Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, plus a review of Dead Rising 3.
Gerard Kargl’s Angst.
GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE
15 new subscribers will win a Nevermore T-shirt, courtesy of Fright-Rags.