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Rue Morgue Cinemacabre (Toronto Underground Cinema) – The Loved Ones Review (Kirk Haviland)

Rue Morgue Cinemacabre (Toronto Underground Cinema) – The Loved Ones Review (Kirk Haviland)

Rue Morgue Cinemacabre at the Toronto Underground Cinema The Loved Ones (2009) Starring Xavier Samuel, Robin Mcleavy, Victoria Thane, Richard Wilson, Jessica MacNamee and John Brumpton Written and Directed by Sean Byrne MINOR SPOILERS Yes, it’s that time of the month once again, as the guys from Rue Morgue take over the confines of the […]

Nightmare Revew – Rue Morgue Cinemacabre at the Toronto Underground Cinema (Kirk Haviland)

Nightmare Revew – Rue Morgue Cinemacabre at the Toronto Underground Cinema (Kirk Haviland)

Nightmare – aka Nightmare in a Damaged Brain (1981) Starring Baird Stafford, Sharon Smith and C.J. Cooke Written and Directed by Romano Scavolini Toronto Underground Cinema Rue Morgue Magazine UPDATE: Rue Morgue has announced that May’s Cinemacabre will be the amazing The Loved Ones on May 17th at the Underground. If you have not seen […]

Double Bill at the Projection Booth (Dec. 13th) – ‘Little Terrors Short Film Series’ & ‘Christmas Evil’

The next edition of Little Terrors is right around the corner. If you haven’t had a chance to check out this incredibly fun monthly series of short horror films, do not wait another month! The press release is below: Toronto genre fans looking for a little bit of Holiday‐themed mayhem should visit THE PROJECTION BOOTH […]

Little Terrors Volume 4 (Toronto) – Guest Blogger Phil Graves Returns

Editor’s note: Last month my doctor told me that I had a serious case of the shivers and creeps, as a result he restricted my film diet to Hollywood fare like 2011’s The Thing and Don’t be Afraid of the Dark, you know, movies that aren’t all that scary. Unfortunately, this means that I am […]

Little Terrors Volume 3 (Toronto) – Phil Graves Guest Blogging

Editor’s note: It’s difficult to find guest bloggers that will work for free, that’s why I had to settle for Phil. Please don’t be too upset by his manner, he really is quite a nice fellow. Regardless, I should still take the time to apologize in advance, before I get a slew of angry e-mails. […]

A Dream Date with Freddy at the Toronto Underground Cinema – Rue Morgue’s Festival of Fear

As a casual guy, one who enjoys horror movies, sports, beer, pizza, etc., I’ve never been into fancy dates, with their luscious bouquets, impeccable clothes and extravagant bills. However, on Friday night, all of that changed. I dressed to impress, spared no cost and checked myself in the mirror a number of times. I had […]

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil – Toronto Underground Cinema

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil has a lot in common with hillbilly slasher flicks like Texas Chainsaw Massacre and the Wrong Turn series. However, there a couple major differences: The hillbillies are the good guys and the film is hilarious! My sides and face are still aching this morning, that’s how funny it is! I […]