Rogue Cinema – July 2014

An Interview with Jason Tostevin
By Kirsten Walsh

Last month, RC reviewed the funny zombie short film “’Til Death”, which focused on a group of husbands who killed their wives, but they didn’t just die. Director and co-Writer Jason Tostevin reveals what makes a good short film in this excellent interview! Read…

An Interview with Jim Haggerty
By Brian Morton

Last month Brian got to watch a DVD called Vaulted, which is filled with the winning entries from Jim Haggerty’s Yellow Ape Film Festival. Now, I love Film Festivals, and really don’t go to as many as I’d like to (damned day job!), but I LOVE the idea behind Jim’s fest. The Yellow Ape Film Festival runs at the end of July every year in New York, and is one of the few indie film festivals that run all the movies in one venue in one evening…so you don’t have to pack your walking shoes and your organizer, just get a ticket and enjoy! I love the idea and the DVD so much, I really wanted to sit down with Jim and find out more! Read…

An Interview with Michael Keller
By Phillip Smolen

“Red Gold” is an amazing new film about a brave Indian youth who runs an illegal blood bank in order to overcome his family’s poverty. Filled with real characters and sensational performances, the film is generating a tremendous buzz in the indie film community! This month Phil Smolen talks to the film’s creator, Michael Keller, about how he went to India and filmed this ten day wonder. Read…

An Interview with Bin Lee
By Kirsten Walsh

“Office Ninja” is a hilarious film that reminds everyone to be nice- or the ninjas will get you! RC featured a review of it last month, and this month, Writer/ Director Bin Lee sits down with us to speak about what it took to put everything he had into making “Office Ninja”. Read…

Weird, Dark, & Funny: The Filmography of Jason Schumacher
By Trevor Kupfer

From Hollywood effects and independent features to music videos and commercials, Trevor Kupfer takes a glimpse inside the mind of the “odd duck” at GreyDuck. Read…

Bizarre AC II: A Seriously Sinister Sequel
By Baron Craze

This past June, Baron Craze took a trip to Bizarre AC II.  He’s been to these events before, but this one exceeded all of the ones previous, and he’s written up a really detailed account of his time and experiences there. Read…

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

Loida D. Garcia is a Florida girl with a great love of horror, film and theater.  She’s been involved in several films, both on screen and off, and when she’s not doing that, she’s a personal trainer.  She’s also one of our newest writers here on Rogue Cinema, and we’re lucky to have her! 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

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Also in this issue…

Horror comedies are hard to pull off! This Month Independent Filmmaker Jason S. Lockard suggests one of the first Little Shop of Horrors starring our star of the month Jonathan Haze. Read…



Plus reviews of:
42nd Street Forever: The Peep Show Collection Vol. 3AftermathAmberAnnaBastards of YoungBirthday CrashersBlood WidowDead Man WalkingDie Die Delta PiGhost of Goodnight LaneGrindI Was Married to a MermaidKid CannabisMasculinity/FemininityMidnite CabbyPerfect Hunch of an AgoraphobeRigor MortisSaving Grace B. JonesSpace Trucker BruceThe Black BookThe Chef, The Actor and The ScoundrelThe Ghastly Love of Johnny XThe Green ArcherThe Green Hornet Strikes AgainThe Human RaceThe RoarThree Times Moving: A Time to LieThrough the WindowWolf Creek 2Zaat

Book Reviews:
Character Kings 2

Television Reviews:
Gidget the Complete SeriesGood Times Seasons 3 and 4Highway to Heaven Season 4The Jeffersons Seasons 1 and 2The Partrige Family Seasons 1 and 2The Twilight Zone: Essential Episodes

Comic Reviews:
Tribes: The Dog Years