Rogue Cinema – August 2015

An Interview with Blair Bathory
By Kirsten Walsh

Blair Bathory started out as a frustrated filmmaker, and took her anger out in a healthy way- by creating a bad ass horror show that benefits the indie film community! Check out Rogue Cinema’s video interview with Blair as she fills in the cobwebs of her latest and greatest project. Read…

An Interview with Chris Esper
By Kirsten Walsh

Based out of the Northeast, director Chris Esper has an excellent vision. His latest film “Please Punish Me” is a funny jaunt that hits some real deep notes of emotions, and was featured in the June issue! Check out our casual conversation with the innovative filmmaker! Read…

Run Yourself Silly for a Good Cause with The Rogue Runners!
By Misty Layne

Are you a runner (or a walker or anything in between)? Are you a geek (or a nerd or a dork)? Have you a favorite fandom or gaming obsession or fabulous sword collection or anything like that? If you answered YES! to any of those 3 questions, then you NEED to know about this new group, The Rogue Runners. They’ve only just launched and already I’m super excited! Read…


Sleepover Girl Announcement:

The Sleepover Girl feature will no longer be a monthly feature in the magazine.  I will however include Sleepover Girls in future issues whenever we have someone who applies to be featured.  In other words, the feature isn’t going away completely, it’ll simply be relegated to a “whenever we have one” status.  I would still encourage anyone who’s interested to apply and we’d be happy to feature you in a future issue.

If you or anyone you know would like to become our next Sleepover Girl, there’s a whole info page set up to let you just how to go about it. So check it out and get in touch with us today.  You could be the next Rogue Cinema Sleepover Girl! Read…

 


I Love Bad Movies
By James A. Roberson

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Also in this issue…

This is 30th anniversary of the instant classsic scifi comedy adventure! Over the next three months Classic Cinema will take a look at the Back to the Future trilogy, starting with the first film, Back to the Future. Read…



Plus reviews of:
AlienatedBacktrack: Nazi RegressionBasement JackDark Was the NightExtinctionFull FrameHead Cases: Serial Killers in the Delaware ValleyIn the DarkIntrigueJurassic PreyKiller’s MindKruelLegacyMessiahMonty Python: The Meaning of LiveNorthmen: A Viking SagaPink MoonPlay HookyPound of FleshSnuff: A Documentary About Killing on CinemaSwords of Insurgency: Episode 1Target FascinationTenThe Burning DeadThe Damned: Don’t You Wish That We Were DeadThe Deep WebThe Devil of KreuzbergThe Girl in the WoodsThe Hoodoo of Sweet Mama RosaThe Maze RunnerThe Murders of Brandywine TheaterThe Perfect HouseThe Pigman MurdersThe SadistThe Unfortunate Life of Georgina Spelvin Chained to a RadiatorWe Are Still HereZombie Hood