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I HAVE GRADUATED from hillbilly horror to disease hor- ror, so Antiviral is something I definitely want to see. As we get closer to December 21, 2012 – the Mayan proph- esy of the fourth world ending and the fifth world begin- ning – I can only wonder if our world will face an outbreak of plague that will be biblical in proportion? Disease movies give me the chills. I don’t think I am ever going to run into some sadistic hillbillies, but I do believe I can catch a nasty bug. PAUL DALE ROBERTS – ELK GROVE, CALIFORNIA


THANK YOU, Rue Morgue, for making me aware of the documentary My Amityville Horror [RM#126]. The Jay Anson book scared the crap out of me when I was ten and I’ve been obsessed ever since. I can’t wait to hear Danny Lutz’s take on things... and I can’t believe I hadn’t heard about this prior to seeing it in RM! DAN RICCHEZZA, VIA FACEBOOK


HERE’S A PICTURE of my father-in-law reading RM#126. While he enjoyed the article about Metal’s Gori- est Album Covers, he feels that the cover for Cannibal Corpse’s The Wretched Spawn is far superior to Tomb of the Mutilated. Keep up the awesome work! KEVY METAL – VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA


genre gabbing. I thought you’d be happy to know that dur- ing his last week in the hospital we wiled some of the hours away watching classic (and not-so-classic) genre fare, not least of which were Halloween 4 and Arachno- quake. Thank you for taking the time to pay tribute to this amazing man who we miss so very much. I have to think he’d have been thrilled to have been eulogized alongside another extraordinary wordsmith of fantastic proportions. KYLA SENTES – MONTREAL, QUEBEC


THANK YOU for your thoughtful tribute to two creative souls, complete with invitation [RM#125]. May we all take it to heart. PRESTON NEAL JONES – HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA


JUST BOUGHT my first issue of Rue Morgue – #125, a wonderful tribute to Ray Bradbury. I’ll be getting your Dark Shadows issue and I’m looking forward to your coverage of Nightbreed.


EDWARD O’REILLY – DUBLIN, IRELAND


FINALLY GOT HOLD of a copy of The Loved Ones [RM#123], your cover story from a few issues back. I, once again, loved one of your magazine’s great recom- mendations. Keep up the macabre madness! TIA BOWDEN, VIA FACEBOOK


I CAN’T THANK YOU ENOUGH for allowing the Rue Morgue Podcast to continue. While I miss the format and combined personalities of Rue Morgue Radio, the podcast is excellent, and a wonderful way to supplement the mag- azine. Feedback delivers always insightful – sometimes “incite-ful” – interviews, and his segments with the lovely Last Chance Lance are hilarious. TARA ROUSSEAU – ADDRESS WITHHELD


FUN ARTICLE on Prophecy in RM#126. It was off my radar until my boss (a big fan of ’70s horror) told me about it last year. It’s out of print, but Paramount released a DVD back in 2002. Rented it from Netflix and loved it in all its hokey glory. Keep digging up those gems! SEAN BURNS – PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA


I WAS JUST CATCHING UP on my RM reading and was more than a little stunned to see Darren Zenko’s photo on Notes from Underground in RM#125. Darren was one of my oldest and dearest friends, and as I flipped open the magazine, for a moment I thought it had to be my mind playing tricks on me! But I was so moved to read the won- derful tribute to him, and I know he would have been too. Darren was the first to introduce me to the world MST3K and I can’t count the number of great times we spent


AS MY WIFE’S and my four year anniversary ap- proaches, I think back to when I proposed to her at the Rue Morgue House of Horror. You guys made us feel so welcome. It will always be an important memory to both of us!


KEVIN ZACHARY SERRICK, VIA FACEBOOK


HONESTLY,my blog and collection wouldn’t be the same without Rue Morgue! Because of you I have found so many great new movies from amazing independent di- rectors, as well as companies that are in the issues. Thank you, Rue Morgue! Now I just need to save my dough for a subscription. You guys are the definitive name in horror mags.


CARLOS COLÓN, VIA FACEBOOK


YOUR “NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND” is a pleasure to read each month, I’m a huge fan and love your taste in movies!


SAMANTHA GRANDQUIST, VIA FACEBOOK


Both, Jigsaw traps, then onto the Death Race. Everybody’s happy, and you know who really wanted to win. Breila von Holstein-Rathlou


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WOULD YOU RATHER the Ameri- can presidential election be decided by a Death Race across the US, or by Jigsaw’s traps?


Jigsaw’s traps. Mitt wouldn't last ten sec- onds in one.


Joe Kontor


Either way... as long as Obama loses... Bob Womack


Death Race all the way! Line up all the chumps who think they have a say over women’s bodies AND GO TO TOWN! Rob Morganbesser


Jigsaw’s Traps. Much as I love the Death Race, it would give WAY too much power to the NASCAR set.


Ian M. Davison


Mitt would expect someone else to sacrifice himself for him in the very first trap, so things wouldn't turn out well for him. Timothy Tompkins


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