A Dame to Kill For can deliver all the gratuitous T n’ A and over-the-top violence it wants, but unless it relocates itself to the land of slot machines and cocaine, it will surely fail to live up to the true “Sin City” classics.
Sin City 2 is hitting theaters, so we decided to assemble a panel to talk about the highs (and lows) of graphic novel movie adaptations!
How can only one of them be topless? What kind of god would allow this?
Ah, human flesh. They say that once you develop a taste for it, no other kind of meat can satisfy you. If that's also the case with cannibal movies, you…
In the golden age of cinema, filmmakers had to scout out locations or build sets for their movies. Now, directors have the freedom that comes with all-digital environments, built in…
Frank Miller’s “Sin City” is known for many things. Its stylized graphic novel look. Its over-the-top violence, but mostly this movie is known for its amazing group of hot girls….
Robert Rodriguez's "Sin City" got a lot of acclaim upon its 2005 release, due to its eye-popping and unforgettable visuals. But did you know the movie also had dialogue? It's…
If he was still alive, of course. Otherwise, gross.
Robert Rodriguez wants to make Sin City 2. Fans want to see Sin City 2. Studios and theater owners want to make money off of Sin City 2? So what the hell's the hold up on Sin City 2?Apparently, Rodriguez just hasn't been able to find the time for a followup. After all, Spy Kids 4 and The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl aren't going to make themselves.But now comes word that Rodriguez has finally started a much needed rewrite to the Sin City 2 script, and the director is still very excited about the project. With any luck, fans will be seeing violent, on-screen castrations before the end of the decade. (Cinema Blend)