Category Archives: Literature
I’m back with another video from the Rue Morgue Archives! This one focuses on part of a massive write-up for Psycho‘s 50th birthday, where the late, great Wes Craven talks about why he loves Hitchcock’s slasher masterpiece.
The Rue Morgue Archives return with another one from the vaults: an interview with Bob Clark about his Night of the Living Dead homage Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things!
I recently began editing videos for Rue Morgue Magazine’s YouTube channel! If you’re not familiar, Rue Morgue is a magazine dedicated to the horror genre in movies and culture, and the series I’m working on adapts articles from back issues … Continue reading
The Harry Potter franchise is back with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, so it’s high time that Gill, Robin, and TK take a look at the entire movie series. On this episode they look at everything from Harry … Continue reading
We’ve been away for a while, but at long last, What the Quimp?! is back with a brand new episode! On this show, Magill, Sarah, and Becky discuss the Buffyverse – the brainchild of the man behind some of Marvel’s … Continue reading
Comic books are a wonderful medium where dreams, fears, fantasies and desires are brought to life through illustrations and words. From superhero adventures and nightmarish tales, to hardboiled crime stories and existential slices of life, comics have enjoyed a large … Continue reading
As a lifelong Calvin and Hobbes fan, I have struggled more than once with coming to terms with Bill Watterson’s ethic. I adore Calvin and Hobbes, and to me one of the greatest tragedies in all of comics is the … Continue reading
I’ve really been enjoying Game of Thrones season 6 so far, but damn, this promo for the next episode delivers a twist that I never would have seen coming…and I’m not sure I like it. This could be the shark-jumping … Continue reading
Seth Rogen and his esteemed writing partner Evan Goldberg hardly stray from controversy and their adaptation of Garth Ennis’ graphic novel Preacher is lockstep with their meta directorial debut This Is The End and their truthfully underwhelming North Korean satire … Continue reading