Rogue Cinema – June 2015 – Our 11th Anniversary Issue!

An Interview with Drew Hall (Part 2)
By Phil Smolen

Phil Smolen is back with the second part of his interview with Alabama filmmaker Drew Hall. Drew is the writer/director of a great indie thriller called “Convergence.” This month Drew talks about some of the wonderful twists in the flick and how he managed to film the movie in a hospital. He also reveals some tantalizing details about his upcoming project “Aether.” Read…

An Interview with Cindy Maples
By Phil Smolen

Actress Cindy Maples has added the title of producer to her burgeoning list of accomplishments. Her most recent production is a wonderful comedy called “A Wedding Like That” that tells the story of a befuddled Midwestern father who discovers that his daughter is getting married to another woman. Phil Smolen interviewed Cindy at length to find out how this enchanting comedy got made. Read…

An Interview with David Conley
By Levi Anderson

With “Mad Max: Fury Road” currently blowing audiences hair back nationwide, Levi Anderson wanted to revisit another post-apocalyptic action film, very much inspired by George Millers previous Mad Max films, “Bounty Killer”.  For this month’s issue, he sat down with cinematographer David Conley to talk about his contribution to the film as well as upcoming projects of his own. 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…

The death of Spock Leonard Nimoy sent shockwaves through the scifi universe. This month we continue our tribute to Leonard Nimoy with the second film in the “Trilogy” Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. Read…



Plus reviews of:

Ace Jackson is a Dead ManAmerica’s BluesAwaken the DevilAxe to GrindBleeding HeartsCoyoteDebugGirl HouseHardcore LegacyHarvestHazard JackHorror HotelImaginary FriendInfectedInsectulaJerseyBoy HeroJunkie HeavenMemory LaneMisogynistNeedful ThingsParallelPlease Punish MePrivate NumberPsychoticScare ZoneSet Me FreeSnowflakeThe Final ObsessionThe Island of Dr. MoreauThe Land That Time ForgotThe Last RoadThe SqueezeThe Wild OneTrailer Park of Terror