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THIS GOES TO the young man or woman whose mother was against their internship at Rue Morgue. Don’t let anyone crush your dreams, be it friends or family. Stick to your guns, and make those dreams come true!


KEVIN NACHT NUIT, VIA FACEBOOK


THANKS TO Rue Morgue magazine for declaring Tiger Army Retrofuture the best album of 2019 in its year-end wrap-up! Hear it wherever you listen to music. riserecords.lnk.to/retrofuture


TIGER ARMY, VIA FACEBOOK


HELLO RUE MORGUE! I used to read the magazine a while back and had to cancel because of mon- ey. I really miss it. I’ve been listening to the Fac- ulty of Horror (even though I really miss Stuart and Lance) to fill my Rue Morgue family void. I’m looking into subscribing again but I would like to know what is the best way to do so? Is it in ink and paper or is it more profitable for you guys in digital format? I’m asking because my old mag- azines take up a lot of space and even though I don’t want to part with them, adding to it doesn’t appeal a whole lot to me. What do you think? GUILLAUME LAUZON, VIA FACEBOOK


Hi Guillaume, thanks for staying in touch! We deliberately launched Rue Morgue Digital so our readers could still receive regular issues of Rue Morgue without going the print route, so if that appeals to you, you can certainly subscribe, though our print issues are more lucrative for us. Both are available at Rue-Morgue.com. Also, a reminder that you can stay in touch with the Rue Crew at Rue Morgue TV, and subscribing is free! –Ed.


INCREDIBLE, in-depth article about #ColorOutOf- Space and Richard Stanley in the latest @RueMorgue. I love the journalistic care Sean Plummer and Michael Gingold give their respec- tive articles.


@JUSTIN_DRABEK, VIA TWITTER


MY WIFE AND I always use your Year In Review section to plan out our post holiday viewing and reading (and even some listening!). Our response to your issue is always the same: look at all the stuff we’ve missed! Thanks to you we’ve discov- ered Marianne, checked out Ready or Not, and


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AS A LIFELONG FAN of horror and Rue Morgue, I praise and thank you for what you do for the genre. Having said that, I have to express a bit of disappointment with your editorial. I agree with your opinion regarding Martin Scorsese’s comments about Marvel and other movies, 100 percent. I just can’t believe you would sink your- self to his level. All types of generalizing and stereotyping are a dangerous slippery slope. I’m sure it makes you feel better about yourself to generalize about “old white men.” But I would venture to say you are much better than that. The editorial would have been much more impactful and hard hitting without such stereotypes and generalizations. Just like there will always be “old white men” shaking their fists at the sky, so will there always be “young brown men and women” doing the same. Thanks again for what you do and I will continue to be a loyal purchaser of Rue Morgue. Life for horror fans like me would truly be a little bit sad without your magazine. DAVID RENE GARZA – MCALLEN, TEXAS


I’M SORRY, but the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of RM might be the worst in the magazine’s history. Should I worry about Seasonal Affective Disorder running through the ranks? (Here’s a non-Wein- stein/Cosby hug for everyone just in case.) The main articles were abysmally limp and sluggish. Running two articles concurrently on the same page (pages 16-18) was confusing and irritat- ing. Can someone please finally explain to me formatting magazine articles? If I’m reading a three-page article for example, why does page two not follow page one, with page three im- mediately following page two? No. I read page one, but page two might be three pages later in


even gave that new Child’s Play movie a chance. We’re eagerly waiting for Antrum: The Deadliest Movie Ever Made to be released and reading Wanderers. Thanks ghouls!


SAM AND YVETTE DYLAN, VIA EMAIL


the middle of an entirely separate article. Please don’t give me the “Well, advertising and word counts need to be adjusted and accounted, blah blah blah...” runaround. If a layout artist can’t figure out how to keep articles together and put in ads that don’t deviate or consume articles, then they need another job. I’m available if you’d like to try to revolutionize the medium with this crazy idea of sequential pages.


CGH – ADDRESS WITHHELD


READING LATEST ISSUE of @RueMorgue right now and looking forward to seeing what looks to be a strong adaptation of #ColorOutOfSpace! @MORBID_COMICS, VIA TWITTER


I’M VERY SAD that Rue Morgue is now anti-men. @RIKKETTSA, VIA INSTAGRAM


Rue Morgue is not anti-men. –Ed.


RENEWING MY @HorrorWriters Association mem- bership and subscribed to @RueMorgue today for another year in #horror – a perfect combi- nation.


@TYPICALLYDIA, VIA TWITTER


RE: WOMEN OF HORROR on Rue Morgue TV – They all sound and look terrific...but I’d like to see the Soska sisters and Audrey Cummings get some coverage here also... being Canadian they would be inspirational to the youngsters in the audi- ence. I know your mag has profiled the twins and maybe I don’t know shit, but you guys should take a serious look at Audrey Cummings if you haven’t already.


MATT GRANT, VIA YOUTUBE


Jen and Sylvia Soska have in fact been featured on Rue Morgue TV before – don’t miss their VS episode! –Ed.


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