Rogue Cinema – March 2015

An Interview with Allison Lane
By Duane L. Martin

I’ve been acquainted with Allison Lane for several years now, ever since I reviewed her film WTFU that was based on a web series she does on her YouTube channel called The Morning Bitch. She’s a wonderful person and a very talented actress who excels at using awkward situations and comments to get a laugh from the viewers. This month, I had a chance to ask Allison all about what she’s been up to and what she’s currently got going on on her YouTube channel. Read…

An Interview with Dean Garris
By Samantha Paradise

For his new flick The Session, Dean Garris was ready for a challenge. Knowing just where to turn, Garris called upon the talents of writer, Alexander Julian III. Together, the team concocted a thrilling short film about five convicted killers that discover an unexpected surprise during a routine therapy session. Last month, Rogue Cinema had the pleasure of reviewing The Session. Now, we have had the chance to get inside the brain of the man behind the movie. Read…

Life Before Spock: The Early Sci-Fi Roles of Leonard Nimoy
By Phil Smolen

Like most of us, Phil Smolen loved the original TV series “Star Trek” and always enjoyed the performances of the late Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock. This month Phil takes a quick look back at several early roles that Mr. Nimoy had in some sci-fi movies. They may not have been all classics, but his performances definitely classed up all of these flicks. 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…

Phil Smolen’s back with the answer key for last month’s mid-term exam on MGM’s 1956 sci-fi classic “Forbidden Planet.” So, check out how many questions you got right and what parts of the movie you’ve forgotten. Then scroll down to the end of the article to see what character from the film your score matches. Read…

As the documentary Shooting Bigfoot demonstrates, many filmmakers prefer to ridicule Bigfoot trackers ahead of providing new insight into the elusive beast. Marcus Hoy describes how a legend is being played for laughs. Read…

This month Jason S. Lockard brings us a ‘cool’ movie featuring a ‘cool’ character. Star of the month Paul Newman and movie of the month, Cool Hand Luke. Read…



Plus reviews of:
88A Killer ConversationALTBits and PiecesBoard to DeathBombshell BloodbathBounty KillerCapsizedCreeperDead AirFlight of the Living DeadHell FireIdentityJohnny Gargano Part 1: A Coming of AgeMold!Momoe’s LipsMr. ChevalMy Name Was Bette: The Life and Death of an AlcoholicMy Toxic BackyardNesting GroundNo Headache TonightPieces of TalentRed Trail 90Sad ClownSchoolgirl Report Volume #13Science, Sex and the LadiesSee U Next Tuesday YouTube ChannelSilent RetreatSuburban GothicThe HumThe Last ResortThe Man From BeyondThe MazeThe Movie ExtraToken HeartsTrue NatureViolets Bloom at an Empty Grave


Comic Review:

Star Trek: The City on the Edge of Forever