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SXSW – Summing Up

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SXSW consists of over 3000 events, including 150 movies. I didn't quite make it to all of them. Read More »

SXSW: Fire, Rodriguez, and Frazetta

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It's a rare moment when two artistic talents you have admired for decades intersect in your presence. Robert Rodriguez has been one of my favorite directors since I saw 'From Dusk Till Dawn'. Frank Frazetta has been my favorite artist since his paintings began appearing on the covers of Tarzan and Conan books in the 1960s. At SXSW, I participated in a tour of the Robert Rodriguez Museum, conducted by Rodriguez. He explained how, like many others, he found the paintings of Frank Frazetta amazing and inspirational for his own art. He recalled how when he first met Frazetta, and saw his original paintings up close, he was amazed at the depth and detail that never appeared in any of the prints or book covers. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘From Dusk till Dawn: Season One’

From Dusk till Dawn, The Series, television, Season One

If you’re interested in digging into the world of 'From Dusk till Dawn' a little further, the Season One Blu-ray package is probably worth checking out, particularly if you couldn't watch on TV. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’ Doesn’t Live Up to the Wait

Sin City, A Dame to Kill For, Robert Rodriguez, Frank Miller

I doubt we’ll be seeing a new 'Sin City' installment anytime soon. Read More »

New Trailers Debut at Comic-Con for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For; Kingman: The Secret Service; and Mad Max: Fury Road

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Brace yourself for these action-packed trailers Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Machete Kills’

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A notch above the original 'Machete,' but a step up from god-awful is still pretty bad. Read More »

Book Review: Revolver: How The Beatles Reimagined Rock ‘n’ Roll by Robert Rodriguez

An exhaustive, well-researched account of the conception, recording, and reception of the Fab Four's 1966 album. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Spy Kids – All the Time in the World

The latest installment lacks the charm of the original but will still please the kiddies. Read More »

Movie Preview: August 2011

Summer holds out for one more month of genre goodness. Read More »

TV Review: The Cleveland Show – “Hot Cocoa Bang Bang”

The Cleveland Show visits Comic Con with pleasing, but predictable, results. Read More »