Matador Balances Espionage, Family, Fútbol [Review]

By Benny Paul  If James Bond and Luis Suarez could somehow combine their DNA and produce a son, he might look a lot like Tony Bravo. He’s the soccer-playing, red-card-earning undercover-agent action hero created by Robert Rodriguez and his friends at the El Rey Network for Matador, a Read More …

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is Stylish but Uneven [Review]

In the second installment of director Robert Rodriguez’s adaptation of Frank Miller’s comics, slick visuals reign as the streamlined glory of the first film is muddied by a jumbled storyline. Its release delayed for nearly a year, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For flickers across the silver Read More …

Machete Kills: The Ultimate Cheeseburger

After the initial disappointment of the Sin City sequel’s release date being pushed back to next fall, I had a serious bone to pick with Robert Rodriguez. However, after seeing the next installment in the Machete trilogy, Machete Kills, it just erupted into a giant Read More …