The women of Sin City live to suffer — and little else.
You Know Who You Are (Self-released)
Owen and Luke Wilson in the '92 Bottle Rocket short, which screens tonight at the TexasI'll be out of pocket this evening, otherwise I'd be at the Texas Theatre for A Very Special Program of short films presently on a statrwide tour courtesy the Texas Independent Film Network, a coalition of Texa ... More >>
In her 18 years, Tiger Darrow's already accomplished far more than most other high school seniors can dream. The Booker T. Washington High School senior's already got a pretty substantial IMDB page thanks to her burgeoning acting career, and, last summer, Darrow, who also boasts some pretty fine ... More >>
Billy BlairFor no apparent reason, not one, but two Dallas-based musicians made contributions to Robert Rodriguez's latest film, Machete: 17-year-old Tiger Darrow, a burgeoning local pop artist and Rodriguez intern was afforded the opportunity to score three different scenes in the film, and lo ... More >>
Photos by Patrick MichelsGovernor Rick Perry, Fox TV veep Jim Sharp and state Sen. Royce West at City Hall about an hour agoSo. Patrick and I just returned from the press conference in the Flag Room at City Hall, where quite the bold-faced crowd gathered for Coyote Slim's big announcement with Ma ... More >>
For those not paying attention, there's been quite the firestorm in recent weeks surrounding Dallas filmmaker Israel Luna's Ticked-Off Trannies With Knives and its inclusion in the Tribeca Film Festival, which kicks off April 21. At the end of last week, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Def ... More >>
Forthcoming later today is this year's Unfair Park holiday-season auction benefiting North Texas Food Bank, which features not one by several one-of-a-kind, locally produced items. But while we wrap up this year's goodies, first this giveaway.Yesterday I posted the Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics ... More >>
Inwood goes with a late night double feature
Fred Durst, well-regarded director -- no, seriously It's been, what, a week since the last area film festival? But fear not: OutTakes Dallas kicks off this weekend at the Magnolia Theater, ready to fulfill all your lesbian and gay film festival needs. Then, on November 7, the Lone Star International ... More >>
Mr. Weird has some evil for ya
Wendell Baker is a dysfunctional Wilson family affair
Tarantino and Rodriguez on the rhythm of movies and music
Rodriguez and Tarantino overcome nostalgia in their cut-and-run grindhouse mash note
Renaissance is black and white and a little dead all over
The Inwood Theatre gets graphic
Robert Rodriguez and his kids conjure up a charming 3-D fantasy
What's black and white and red all over? Sin City, pal.
Abattoir Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus (Anti)
Vamp out at the Inwood
In Once Upon a Time in Mexico, the outlaw Johnny Depp saves the day
Aria ready for Renée Fleming?
It's the Spy Kids in 3-D, but where are Mom and Dad?
The Asian Film Festival offers bullets and blood
Robert Rodriguez follows his most personal film with his most impersonal
The gorgeous excess of Spy Kids sets the right tone for its surreal fantasy
Like-minded "Patriots" find their own around the new Branch Davidian Church in Waco
Austin is now the undisputed movie capital of Texas, but Dallas filmmakers insist there's no reason to panic
From Dusk Till Dawn documentary is more fun than the real thing
From Mexico to L.A. via Alaska and El Paso, Tito Larriva has seen it all and more
Documentary Arts preserves the lost music of the Hmong
Vince Bell's been dead once, and he's got the record to prove it
Gore and humor join forces in From Dusk Till Dawn
The best of 1995
Desperado is a shallow but thrilling ride
With 1,000 times the budget for his sequel, Robert Rodriguez comes out with guns a-blazin'
The making of a messiah: David Koresh's twisted road to Waco