Rogue Cinema – December 2014

An Interview with John Gibson (Part II)
By Philip Smolen

Phil Smolen’s back with the second installment of an interview with John Gibson, a Kentucky filmmaker whose undead western “Revelation Trail”, has a lot of people talking. Read…

An Interview with Kyle Hytonen
By Misty Layne

Last month, Misty reviewed Massacre at Femur Creek, and today she got to sit down with its director, Kyle Hytonen, to talk about not only the movie but his production company’s former partnership with YouTube, his love of horror and how he HATES typing. Read…

An Interview with Pascal Payant
By Misty Layne

Several months back, Misty reviewed Pascal Payant’s short film On the Horizon, and absolutely loved it. It’s been a while, but Pascal is back and Misty discusses with him his recently finished feature, his work process and so much more! Read…

Horror Happenings Film Festival: Washington Theater Crowd-funding Resurrection
By Baron Craze

On August 23, 2014, Baron visited a film festival that was held to benefit the Washington Theater’s repair efforts.  This month, he lets us all know just what went down at this small, but heartfelt event. Read…

Rogue Cinema’s Sleepover Girl – December 2014
By Duane L. Martin

This month, horror actress and spiritual girl Genoveva Rossi pays us a visit. You can check out her work in films such as Apocalypse Kiss, A Dark Place Inside, I Spill Your Guts, Hunters, Agraphobia: Fear of Sexual Assault, Scotomaphobia: Fear of Blindness, Cool As Hell, Blood Slaughter Massacre, Jack ‘O’ Slasher, Witchs Blood, and many more. Read…

And for you girls out there who would like to become our next Sleepover Girl, there’s a whole info page set up telling you just how to go about it. So check it out and get in touch with us today, and you could be the next Rogue Cinema Sleepover Girl! Read…


I Love Bad Movies
By James A. Roberson

Also, check out James’ homepage for more comic goodness.



Also in this issue…

For those of us who enjoy both horror films and Christmas, Baron Craze brings us a list of thirty-one of the best films that combine these two things and are sure to keep you entertained all month long. Read…

This is the most wonderful time of the year, and Jason S. Lockard is bringing us one of the most magical of Christmas films ever, Miracle on 34th Street, featuring star of the month, Edmund Gwenn. Read…



Plus reviews of:
13 EerieA Dark Place InsideAliens NightAttack of the Morningside MonsterAwakeningComaConvergenceDracula: The ImpalerFEARFuryHungerInsanitariumIsis Rising: Curse of the Lady MummyIt’s Not You – La Lontananza Nostalgica UtopicaLate Night LocalLe Fear 2: Le SequelM4M:Seeks LoveMarch of the Wooden SoldiersPredestinationReal HeroesReflectionsRise of the Black BatSanta’s Magic Toy BagSteak KnivesSuper Zero: A Bad Ass Journey Into AwesomenessThat Terrible JazzThe Best Birthday EverThe Brothers Dim / Who Stole Shrunken Ed?The BubbleThe Cabinet of Dr. CaligariThe DoubleThe GhostmakerThe HouseThe Killer ShrewsThe Picture of Dorian Dar Dar: GTOTom’s Music Videos of DoomWoman in FlamesWork WeekWorldly Possessions

Television Reviews:
In Search of Ancient MysteriesThe Best of the Danny Kaye Show

Comic Reviews:
Feline Classics / Canine Classics: Graphic Classics Volume 25From InsideStar Trek: The City on the Edge of Forever #5Strong Female Protagonist: Book One