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RC: January 2008 Issue + Reviews Added

January 12, 2008

The first Rogue Cinema issue of the new year is up and it includes a review by yours truly of When the Levees Broke, Spike Lee’s excellent documentary chronicling the disasters of Katrina and its aftereffects. Check it out now by visiting http://www.roguecinema.com! Also,the reviews from December’s issue (Love’s Labour’s Lost and Wild Hogs) have been added to the home site. Whoo! A happy new year to all those who love cinema.

Review: When the Levees Broke

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NEW TotW: Inkheart + In the Name of the King

December 9, 2007

Hollywood will not be content until they’ve officially killed the fantasy genre, as we see today in a new entry of Trailers of the Weak. Inkheart and In the Name of the King are bound to be just plain awful, and so I encourage you to laugh derisively at their trailers and read up on my commentary. Not that you have to, mind you. If you’re busy with other matters, then please, feel free to come back later.

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ROGUE CINEMA: December 2007 Issue

December 7, 2007

Head on over to roguecinema.com for the latest and greatest issue yet! My featured contributions are a couple of dandy reviews, so be sure to check those out along with all the other neat-o features.

Reviews: Love’s Labours Lost and Wild Hogs

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UPDATE: Reviews/Articles Added

November 15, 2007

Wow. It has been quite some time since I last updated the ol’ CineBomb site, and for that I honestly apologize. As we all know, life is nuts, and so the train slowed to a crawl. Hopefully in the future this can be rectified, and so I start by adding not only the features from August’s issue of RC, but also those from the September issue (which I never advertised, unfortunately). Those September reviews, incidentally, were for Soylent Green and an independent film called The Minx. Hope you enjoy!

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NEW TotW: Dan in Real Life

August 13, 2007

Yep, time for a new Trailer of the Weak, folks! Also, the reviews from the July issue of RC (Moonwalker, Justice League of America, and 1408) have been posted on the site, along with some slight alterations to the organization of my past columns and articles. Don’t worry, it shouldn’t be too confusing. So yeah, enjoy, space cadets of the wild frontier!

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ROGUE CINEMA: August 2007 Issue

August 4, 2007

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A trio of features penned by yours truly are featured in the latest and greatest issue of Rogue Cinema, so do yourself a favor and check them out along with all the other great reviews, interviews, and articles waiting for your eyes to absorb like little, eye-shaped sponges. That’s right, you heard me. Eye sponges.

Review: Black Christmas

The Actor’s Perspective – Summer Nights: In the latest column I discuss my recent experiences working on two different shows over the course of this summer.

Pedantic Pirates of the Cursory Caribbean: A quick and fun analysis of the last Pirates film, in script form. Hope you enjoy the wacky, cutthroat-based antics.

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NEW TotW: Special Double Feature

August 4, 2007

It’s a two-for-one deal in today’s Trailer of the Weak entry as we dive into the murky cesspool that is this double feature. First, National Treasure: Book of Secrets, the ho-hum adventure sequel starring Nicky Cage, or as I like to call ‘im, Ol’ Glazy Eyes. Then we ponder and then quickly begin to weep upon considering the cinematic train wreck that will surely be Alvin and the Chipmunks. And just when you thought it was safe to enjoy the song ‘Funkytown’, too. Silly, naive fools…