I love Mulberry Street. I’ve never tried to hide that love, especially when it was accepted as one of the films in last year’s Horrorfest and ended up being the highlight of the whole fest. So I’m terribly happy that Rue Morgue decided to put it on the cover of their latest issue!
The issue is all about indie horror, so it’s very fitting that Mulberry Street get a cover spot since it’s one of the greatest success stories for any indie film, considering Jim Mickle and crew made the movie with almost no money and managed to create one of the coolest horror films of the year.
The indie horror coverage extends to The Living and the Dead, The Lost and the rest of the 8 Films to Die For. They’ve also got a look at the making of the original Prom Night, one of Canada’s gems, and an interview with the film’s composer Paul Zaza.
There will also be a focus on all the great Lovecraft-inspired art for the past 85 years, the phenomenon that is the hearse bike, and a lot more.
Rue Morgue #76 hits the stands of better bookstores everywhere on March 1st. Get it!
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