Is From Dusk Til Dawn Worth a Damn?

Last year, it was announced that Robert Rodriguez was doing a series version of From Dusk Til Dawn, and while the movie was pretty lame, it actually has potential for a series. We also like the fact that it’s being aimed straight at the Latin market by being on the El Rey network, which was launched by Rodriguez himself. (Rodriguez also wrote and directed the pilot episode.)

Tarantino Script Leak War Continues

Several weeks ago, the screenplay for the next Quentin Tarantino movie, The Hateful Eight, leaked, and he shut down the project in disgust. He also filed a lawsuit against the site Gawker for posting a link to the script. 

Quentin Tarantino Sues Gawker Over Leaked Screenplay

Several weeks ago, Quentin Tarantino was giddy with excitement about his latest script, The Hateful Eight, which is another western, and he was reportedly talking to Bruce Dern about a role in it. Then he decided to shelve the project because he found out the script leaked, which with any Tarantino screenplay is bound to happen.

From Dusk Till Dawn TV Show About to See the Light of Day

There’s a lot of great horror, sci-fi and fantasy on TV these days, but how about a genre show with some Latin flavor? In fact, Latin horror’s been a big thing this year with the success of the movie Mama, and a Latin Paranormal Activity movie will also be coming soon. 

Samuel L Jackson Sounds Off On Unbreakable

I can still recall when M. Night Shyamalan’s career exploded with the phenomenon of The Sixth Sense back in 1999.  

Review: The gold plating of The Man with the Iron Fists

The Tarantino-backed film is heavy on the bloody martial-arts action - and that's about it.

Man with the Iron Fists prologue sails dangerous waters

Universal Pictures recently released an animated prologue for its upcoming martial arts fantasy film.

Quentin Tarantino box set hits this November

Django Unchained, the latest film from Quentin Tarantino, hits theaters on Christmas Day, and if you’re a fan of the director, you probably won't be disappointed.

Man with the Iron Fists trailer punches through the wall

Universal Pictures has released a new trailer for its upcoming martial arts fantasy film.

From Django Unchained to The Man With The Iron Fists



There’s a new trailer for Django Unchained that shows more of Samuel Jackson’s character in the film, and having read the script, I can tell you he’s been given a hell of a role.

Tarantino's Django Unchained trailer goes live



Although a movie may still be the midst of production, a studio typically manages to put together a coming attraction based on choice footage that's already been shot.

Jamie Foxx talks Django Unchained

It's clear that there is quite a lot of anticipation for Quentin Tarantino's next film, Django Unchained.

Tarantino's Django Unchained details leak

As we've seen a lot in this day and age, Hollywood has gone to great lengths to protect the details of a movie (read: JJ Abrams) before it is unleashed on the public.



Tarantino's Django Unchained rolls on

Quentin Tarantino's next opus, Django Unchained, is currently filming for a Christmas release date.

The return of Jackie Brown

Jackie Brown was Quentin Tarantino's follow up to Pulp Fiction, and it wasn't exactly well received when it hit theaters on Christmas day way back in 1997.

The B-side of Tim Burton

Tim Burton drew inspiration from the British Hammer horror films, which were once considered trash by high English society and now rank as classics.

Quentin Tarantino's lost classic

When it was released on Christmas day 1997, Jackie Brown was considered somewhat of a disappointment following the successful phenomenon of Pulp Fiction.



Dennis Christopher joins Tarantino’s Django Unchained

Django Unchained - Quentin Tarantino’s latest film - may have lost one cast member, but the movie gained an interesting new actor who will be making a well-deserved comeback.

On Star Trek 2 and Django Unchained

You probably knew both of these were going to happen eventually, but just in case anyone was waiting on pins and needles in anticipation, you can now relax. 



On Kevin Smith and burnt out directors

One of Smith's most glaring contradictions is how much he says he's not that good of a director, but is very thin-skinned about anyone criticizing his work.