Sorry about the delay on our October issue. Unfortunately lack of sleep caught up with me right when it was time to work on the new issue and it just wiped me out. Anyway, the new issue is up now, and it’s huge! So head on over and check it out. Also, please remember that we need donations to purchase a new server for the site. You can click the Kapipal Donate link on the left hand side of Rogue Cinema to donate to the cause. If we could get all our readers to donate just $5, we’d hit our goal in no time.
Timothy J. Cox
This Month’s Sleepover Girl:
No tricks this month, it’s only treats from actress and producer Kitsie Duncan!
First off, an article I wrote myself to better help film makers understand what it’s like from the reviewer’s side of the looking glass. Hopefully this can promote better understanding between film makers and reviewers.
Josh Samford isn’t too sure about all of the recent grindhouse style films that have been coming out lately. Do they really contribute to the genre, or are they just re-hashes of past material? Josh takes a critical look at these modern attempts at the grindhouse genre, and considers their place in modern cinema.
Independent Filmmaker Jason S. Lockard has traveled into the Horror vault once again for a Halloween Treat, a Sci-Fi Horror Thriller entitled “The Killer Shrews!”
Phillip Smolen has a doozie for us this month. It’s an “end quotes” quiz! Basically, he took the quotes from the ends of twenty films and turned it into a multiple choice quiz as to what films they came from. Take the quiz, and then scroll down to the bottom of the page for the answer key and scorecard to find out how well you know your classic b-movie quotes.
This month, James A. Roberson takes a look at how humans and nature always seem to collide in, I Love Bad Movies: Nature Attacks!
Danny Runion has something a little different for us this month. Instead of his usual movie mashups article, he thought he’d take a look at what kinds of “how to” books the stars of some of your favorite horror movies would write should they ever decide to put pen to paper.
Plus reviews of:
A Stiff Upper Lip
Assault of the Sasquatch
Blood Feast 2: All You Can Eat
Cherry Tree Lane
Death By Death
Gore-e-ography: The Making of Death Harmony
Harvey Putter and the Ridiculous Premise
My Mouth Lies Screaming
Over the Counter
Slow Torture Puke Chamber
Survival of the Dead
The Dungeon of Dr. Dreck
The Eternal City
The Good Soldier
The King of Paper Chasin’
The Painted City
Waldo the Dog
Television Show Reviews:
Spartacus: Blood and Sand
William Holden: A Biography
ZaSu Pitts: The Life and Career
So head on over to Rogue Cinema (http://www.roguecinema.com) and check out all the goodness in this month’s issue.
Hope you all enjoy it!