Rogue Cinema – June 2016 – Our 12th Anniversary Issue!

 

An Interview with Mark Cantu
By Philip Smolen

San Antonio filmmaker Mark Cantu is back with the awesome looking new military thriller “Elite” which tells the story of an intelligence officer who tries to find out the truth about what happened to a Special Forces unit. Phil Smolen reached out to Mark to get the latest intel on this highly anticipated action movie. Read…

 

 

Dracula’s Daughter (1936): 80th Anniversary & Still Divine
By Baron Craze

If returning to thick gothic atmosphere of a classic vampire movie appeals to you, then venture down into the crypt of Carfax Abbey with us to celebrate the 80th anniversary of Dracula’s Daughter. Read…

 

 

The Omen (1976): Celebrating 40 Years of the Antichrist
By Baron Craze

Come forth and join in, with welcoming of The Omen, celebrating 40-years of an intense psychological horror thriller, focusing on one special boy. Read…

 

 

Strangers on a Train (1951): Still Rollin’ 65 Years Later
By Baron Craze

Next time a stranger sits next to you and initiates a conversation on an odd subject, one only needs to think of this film and then immediately switch seats. No excuse needed. Read…

 

 


Instantly Dated

By Chris McHugh

Instantly Dated is a video podcast from the awesome mind of Chris McHugh, in which he looks back at all things retro, including movies, video games, and pop culture.
We have two new episodes for you this month.

Instantly Dated Live: Cool Stores We Miss – Weird Paul and the gang talk about the stores we miss, such as Children’s Palace, Hills, Venture, Zayre, old VHS cameras and recorders, hanging out at the mall in the 70s and 80s, arcades, Waldenbook, B Dalton, KB Toys, E-Gor’s Chamber of TV Horror Hosts, the Cool Ghoul John Zacherle, Horrible Horror, VHS, video stores, Montgomery Wards and the Showbiz Video video store. Read…

Instantly Dated Show Update: Questions Answered – In this episode I talk about the show’s future, my new book, creating content for Facebook, podcasts and YouTube. I also answer questions brought up in my YouTube video comments section, talk about the future of media and the most innovative show out there, The Studio Show. 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…
Classic Cinema continues it’s look back at comic book movies from yesteryear. This month Captain America 1 & 2. Read…

Classic Cinema continues it’s look back at comic book movies from yesteryear. This month Nick Fury Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Read…

 

Plus reviews of:
ArachnicideBlack Mountain SideCount DraculaDolemiteDoomsdayAll Out DysfunktionEverto – Hammer Films CollectionHappy MelancholyHolidaysHotLost After DarkLumberjack ManMonsterlandNight of the WildOld 37ReichsfuhrerScytheShark Night 3DStar Crossed LoversSummer KiteThe Break-InThe ConduitThe Curse of Sleeping BeautyThe Dead RoomThe Haunting of Alice DThe HordeThe HuntedThe InvitationThe Lurking FearThe PackThe People That Time ForgotThe Redwood MassacreThe Spirit BoardThe TerrorThe TunnelWhere the Devil Dwells

Television Reviews
10 Items or Less: The Complete SeriesAirwolf: The Complete SeriesDog House: The Complete SeriesKnight Rider Seasons 1 & 2Miami Vice Seasons 1 & 2

Comic Reviews
Back to the Future: Untold Tales and Alternate TimelinesThe Jekyll Island Chronicles: A Machine Age