New Issue of Rogue Cinema
The latest issue of Rogue Cinema is up, y’all!! w00t! So what’s on tap for this month? Well, this time around I got to interview Brad C. Hodson, horror author, about his newest novel “Darling”. It’s very Stephen King’ish so if you’re into that sort of thing, check it out!
Next up is a review of Benny Loves Killing, a meta-love note to film kind of flick that’s visually beautiful.
After that we’ve got The Feed, another sci-fi dystopian cyber punk body modification flick (seriously, when did this genre get so big??).
And last but not least (and personally my favorite), On The Horizon, a stunning short with which I fell madly in love.
There’s tons of other cool stuff in this issue too AND in case y’all didn’t hear, our very own Mike from Mike’s Film Talk is now writing for Rogue as well!! High fives all around!!! 🙂 So go check it and I’ll be back later today with another fun-filled post! (Yes, that is the sound of the Horsemen coming, obviously the apocalypse is nigh if I am posting twice in one day… ;)).
Posted on 2013.4.April, in Irregular Posting, Rogue Cinema, Short Shorts and tagged indie film love, mikesfilmtalk, pascal payant, rogue cinema. Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.
Brian’s bringing the pie and jam and I’m bringing the Rumplemintz!
Sa-weet!! What is Rumplemintz? I’m just gonna hang over here with my hunch punch and beer…
You’ve never had any Rumplemintz?? It’s a super strong pepperminty, thick liquor that will kick your ass after two sips : )
be careful with that shit….!
Ewwww….I don’t like minty so I am definitely sticking my mix of all alcohols including moonshine. 😉
Yay! And just in time for the apocalypse party genre of film to hit too! Perfectly timed.
Sounds cool! I’ve read most of the posts, but I didn’t realize that was Mike! Also, for anyone who is interested, that review of For Ellen was done by me. Little shameless plug right there. 😛
He just started! 🙂 YOU?? When did you start writing for Rogue?? Have you written this whole time and I just didn’t know it was you?? Dude, you need to TELL people this stuff so we can like totally sing your praises and stuffs! :-p
Haha. For Ellen is my first review there but I do plan to write there in a more frequent basis in a few months. I decided to use my real name and not have the ‘Bishop’ used at all, because I’m cool like that. Though, I do now realize that probably makes it harder for people to recognize it’s me. 😀
Am I the only one who uses their real name online??? Lol! I’m super glad you’re joining the Rogue team! Hopefully you’ll find it as fun as I. 🙂
Well technically I use my real name, I just added to it. Why? Because I’m seriously cool like that. 😛
Rogue has been great so far. 🙂
So cool, dude. :-p
And awesome. I have really enjoyed writing for them and have started up some really great relationships with people. 🙂
I don’t know why, but I felt a bit crazy one day and decided to start trying to branch out in terms of reviews. Since I already watch a bit of independent cinema, Rogue seemed like a great choice. So far, I’ve been right.
I just wish I wasn’t so busy with school and working on my own writing projects. Why must life be so hectic! Ah hell, I love being busy.
Yeah, I randomly came across them after trying to get in with Slate (haha!) and saw they were accepting writers and said, “Why the hell not?”. They seemed a perfect fit and so far they have been. 🙂 Duane’s awesome!
Lol, talk about busy – I’ve given up trying to keep track of my stuff, lol. And I keep taking on more. I need a clone. *giggles* Better to be busy though, keeps my head all sane like.
I can’t remember the first review website I attempted to join. They shot me down and I quit reading them, that’s all I remember. 😛 I think I then waited close to three months before emailing Duane, who is definitely awesome!
I had to write a 5 page Hamlet essay for a Humanities class, which would have been a piece of cake (I’ve now read/seen Hamlet 6 times) but I’ve been so busy with The Movie Weeks and writing reviews elsewhere. None of my college friends understand the life of a reviewer! XD
Lol, I never heard back from Slate and just kept sending out emails to people. I’d really really love to write for The AV Club one day.
Haha, totally understand! I have like one friend who writes and one friend who actually reads my stuff (like my non review stuff I mean) – everybody else goes, “Awww, you think you’re a writer! That’s so cute. What do you actually do?” and then pats me on the head. SO patronizing… 😉