Unearthed: A Cultural History of the Zombie


It seems like only yesterday, The Black Museum was just a twinkle in my eye. On Thursday October 11th, it’s my turn! I’ll be presenting the research I did on zombies that earned me a Masters degree and my first publication: When There’s No More Room in Hell. Tickets are available for $12 in advance on The Black Museum website.
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Introducing The Black Museum!


It’s finally happening! Co-curator Paul Corupe and I are proud to announce the launch of The Black Museum: Lurid Lectures for the Morbidly Curious!
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Have you met Dr. Gangrene?


Award-winning horror host and radio personality, Larry Underwood (aka “Dr Gangrene”) has been entertaining, enlightening and assaulting the eardrums of horror fans for years.
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The Dark Knight Rises


Too cheesy and disappointing to be forgettable, I regret that the Dark Knight trilogy must end on this note but on the other hand, I’m just grateful it’s over.

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An evening of Gore-Gore goodness! The Gore-Gore Rollergirls will be screening Hershell Gordon Lewis’ 1970 exploitation classic, THE WIZARD OF GORE while performing a live shadowcast onstage!
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Lollipop Chainsaw Party with Rue Morgue’s Ronnie Mick!

photo by Ron McKenzie

Last weekend I attended the pre-launch party for Lollipop Chainsaw at EB Games in Toronto. This Buffy-the-Zombie-Slayer style game kicked off with a zombie-filled gathering on Sunday afternoon and Rue Morgue’s Ron McKenzie was kind enough to let me tag along.
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I’ll keep this short like I wish Ridley Scott had.
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The Loved Ones (2009)


This past week, I attended 3 nights straight of movie screenings. I spent Tuesday and Wednesday among Toronto cinephiles at Guillermo Del Toro’s Hitchcock master classes. As if that wasn’t enough, Rue Morgue’s Cinemacabre screened The Loved Ones on Thursday night, and I didn’t leave disappointed.
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Limbo (XBOX 360/ PS3/ PC/ MAC)


I have been championing this little indie gem at the top of my voice since discovering it on Xbox Live Arcade last fall. To be honest, the only thing I could possibly complain about is that the exceptionally immersive experience had to end. No joke.
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Rue Morgue on your Android


After years of sitting in the iPhone’s shadow, Android users have celebrated a few wins as of late. The ubiquitous Instagram was once only available to iPhone users, and recently Rue Morgue has configured their digital mag in an app for the rest of us!

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Interview with Stuart “Feedback” Andrews on The Mortuary


Formerly under the domain of Rue Morgue magazine, The Mortuary has a new dark overlord: Stuart Feedback Andrews, horror erudite and host of the Rue Morgue Podcast. Feedback kindly took the time to answer some questions on the hows, whys and wherefores of this massive undertaking.
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Hitchcock Master Classes: Registration is Open!

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Catherine (XBOX 360 & PS3)


If you like platform strategy games with a twist of sex and violence, you’ll enjoy Catherine. Buying the game for the racy stuff will be disappointing, so check out the puzzles in the playable demo before you shell out for all the bells and whistles.

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Back From the Dead: The Mortuary Returns!


The Rue Mortuary was an online horror forum that lived on the Rue Morgue website and was taken down last February. You might have heard people weeping in the streets. But behold, an Easter miracle! To quote Poltergeist 2: “they’re baaaack!”
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Rewatchability Podcast – The Faculty


First off, I had no idea that Robert Rodriguez directed the 1998 teen sci-fi The Faculty. I had forgotten about the movie entirely until my friend and horror-blogger to the stars Alexandra West sent me a link to her recent guest appearance on the podcast Rewatchability discussing the film.
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