Editor’s Note: I will not be opening submissions during the month of December. The January issue will be a combination of “Best of” articles and whatever new reviews people want to send in. This is so our writing team can enjoy the holidays with their friends and family, without having to worry about getting stuff done for the magazine. Besides, they work hard all year and deserve some time off. Submissions will be open again once the January issue is posted, probably on the 2nd or 3rd of January, depending on how the days of the week fall.

Rogue Cinema – November 2015

An Interview with Jerry Janda Jr.
By Misty Layne

This month, Misty Layne checks in with independent film maker Jerry Janda Jr. to find out all about his latest projects, and a whole lot more. Read…



An Interview with Trevor Juras
By Jim Morazzini

Trevor Juras is an up and coming filmmaker based out of Toronto. Previously known for several short films, most notably The Lamp which played at Fantasia and the Toronto International Film Festival among others. He recently completed his first feature The Interior which has been playing festivals after making it’s debut at this year’s Fantasia. Read…



Bizarre AC III: The Horror Returns
By Baron Craze

The annual horror convention of Atlantic City, NJ, known as Bizarre AC III returned for another run this past October 2015, with mixed reactions, from the display of the vendors, and most importantly the fans, that long for events like this especially in the hard-pressed month of Halloween and horror themed activities dominating the area. Baron attended the convention again this year, and has brought us his thoughts on how it all went. Read…



Independent Thoughts – A Guide to Upcoming Indie Film Projects
By Philip Smolen

Well, it’s that time again. Phil Smolen’s back with another edition of “Independent Thoughts”, a movie column that lets you know what your fellow indie filmmakers are up to. This month’s column features updates from eight indie filmmakers. So if you want to know what’s going on in Indie cinema, click here. 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

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

Also in this issue…
We are now just two months till the release of a brand new adventure in a galaxy far far away. This is the perfect time to revisit the original trilogy of Star Wars. Read…

Plus reviews of:
Blood PunchBone TomahawkCome Away With MeCootiesDark Was the NightDo ItDr. Goldfoot and the Bikini MachineDr. Goldfoot and the Girl BombsExeterHoneyspiderHow to Kill a  Zombie – Milkman (Loida’s ReviewMisty’s Review) – Mr. HushMuck – Pay the Ghost (Jason’s ReviewBaron’s Review) – Puppet Master 4Sobe: Role ModelsSOUND/VISIONSpirit HuntersSuffer the Little ChildrenSurvivorsSwineTales of HalloweenThe Detective in New YorkThe Fly: OutbreakThe Green InfernoThe Green RoomThe InteriorThe Mayo ConspiracyThe Perfect PlanetThe X-Files / 30 Days of NightUncannyWillow CreekZombieZombie Ninjas vs Black Ops