The Netflix Streaming Report for February 4, 2016 includes new titles such as Sin City, Better Call Saul (Season 1), Love, Cruel Intentions, and more. Continue reading
San Diego Comic-Con, the mecca for cosplayers from around the globe has sadly come and gone. But we’ve got just the treat for you to relive that special time of year whenever you would like. We met with hundreds of wonderful cosplayers this past SDCC weekend who were kind enough to stop and pose for a picture, and we’d like to share them all with you of course. Check out our full Comic-Con 2014 cosplay photo gallery after the break. Continue reading
For those unfortunate enough to have missed the Hall H presentation of Sin City: A Dame to Killy For at Comic-Con, fans of the pulpy black and white adaptation of the Frank Miller graphic novels are in luck. Now that the dust has settled now in San Diego, in the aftermath comes a red band trailer for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. You can find more guns, girls, and violence after the jump. Continue reading
A new poster for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For in lieu of the films appearance at Comic-Con this year. Not only will the much anticipated blockbuster release have a panel in Hall H, but many of the classic cars featured in A Dame to Kill For will be on display at PETCO Park throughout SDCC. The cast and filmmakers will also make have two signings for fans before and after the panel. Find out more details after the break. Continue reading
Sin City‘s where you go in with your eyes open, or you don’t come out at all. Dimension Films lets the monster out in the latest trailer for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. We have ourselves a better look at the interwoven stories of the acclaimed Frank Miller adaptation. Watch the trailer after the break. Continue reading
The tagline doesn’t lie. A new poster for Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For has been lighting the Internet on fire. Revealing more skin than the MPAA would like to see, the poster in question showcases a scantily clad Eva Green as Ava Lord. See the poster after the break.
It must be our lucky day because today Dimension films released the first trailer for the long awaited Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, a sequel nine years in the making. With all of the ducks in a row, Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller have wrangled up the all-star cast from the first film including Bruce Willis, Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Michael Madsen, Rosario Dawson, and Jamie King, as well as some new faces such as Josh Brolin, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ray Liotta, Christopher Meloni, Jeremy Piven, Dennis Haysbert, Julia Garner, and Juno Temple. Watch the highly awaited first trailer for A Dame to Kill For after the break. Continue reading
What a year in entertainment it was! Not only was it a record breaking year for movies – 27 sequels were released in 2011 – but there has been a lot of crazy happenings in television as well. We got some great popcorn flicks – Tranformers: Dark of the Moon, X-Men: First Class, and Rise of the Planet of the Apes – we saw the final Harry Potter film, Breaking Bad season four was nucking futs, Community was put on hiatus til Spring of 2012, and we were introduced to American Horror Story.
I myself sat down to partake in the viewing of a lot of entertainment this year, but not as much as I would have liked. Again, I had tried to fulfill a year of more films to knock off my shame-list, but sadly I was overtaken with more real-world priorities and a very inconsistent work schedule. How much media did I watch this year that I have never seen before? I kept track, so take a look! Continue reading
As a kid, your playtime could stretch boundaries as far as your imagination would let you. With your toy collection anything was possible and you could play out scenarios the way you wanted them to be seen.
As an adult, we rarely get the chance to have that childlike wonderment with all of the issues going on that have to be worried about. But sometimes there are those who take a minute to appreciate the little things and enjoy what they have.
Edward McGowan, professional photographer (I believe this is the same guy who hosts this website), has recreated infamous movie scenes through the use of some “child’s play things.” Check out scenes from Saving Private Ryan, Sin City, and Indiana Jones after the break! Continue reading
During a Facebook livechat for the Grindhouse movies, director Robert Rodriguez suggested that Sin City 2 would be his next project after Spy Kids 4. This lovely update comes from The Playlist who luckily caught Rodriguez in the conversation.
“Frank Miller and I are working on it. It’s slated to be the next one. But if the script is not ready, then we’ll have to move to the next one.”