June 2017 –  Our 13th Anniversary and Farewell Issue

An Interview with Anna McNiven
By Baron Craze

Anna McNiven sits down for a great interview, discussing her rising success in a land stars and dreams, one who doesn’t limit herself to just acting, but exploring producer options, along with opportunities to direct as well. Read…

 

 

Unmade Cine-Magic (Part 2)
By Phil Smolen

In May Phil Smolen wrote about unmade movies that would have featured the stop motion work of Willis O’Brien and Ray Harryhausen. This month Phil takes a look at two more unmade sci-fi/fantasy films that would have had stop motion creatures animated by effects veterans Jim Danforth and Dave Allen. It’s a great shame that these films were never completed since they would have added immeasurably to the world of sci-fi/fantasy cinema. Read…

 

 

Nosferatu (1922): 95-Years of Silent Terror
By Baron Craze

Nosferatu the name invokes fear even 95-years, and regardless of your beliefs, this evil will never be vanquished. Read…

 

 

Day of the Animals (1977): Enjoying Campers 40-Years Later
By Baron Craze

Bears, birds of prey, wild dogs, and rattlesnakes. Oh my!… Read…

 

 

Goodbye from Rogue Cinema
By Various

Thirteen years is a long run for any site.  Now it’s time to say farewell.  I hope you’ve all enjoyed our efforts over the past thirteen years, and found some value in what we’ve done.

Duane’s Farewell: Read…

Roger’s Farewell: Read…

Baron’s Farewell: Read…

Jim’s Farewell: Read…

Phil’s Farewell: Read…

 

 

 

Classic Cinema 2.0
By Jason Lockard

Classic Cinema continues it’s new journey with Classic Cinema 2.0, the video feature! This month’s star of the month is Frank Sinatra in Suddenly! Read…

 

 

 

I Love Bad Movies
By James A. Roberson

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

Also in this issue…
 

Reviews of:

There are way too many reviews to list them all on the cover this month.  Just go to the issue page and see for yourself.