by Alison Nastasi
Frank Miller may not be a "historian" in the strictest sense of the word, but who needs to be hung up on what really happened when you can read tales of days past with lots of butt-kicking mixed in to spice things up? Let's face...
by Monika Bartyzel
In this world of .56 second teaser clips, it's time to prepare yourselves for trailers for commercials, because even the advertisements get ads these days. Granted, this isn't a trailer for a 30-second spot, but a teaser for...
by Peter Hall
Back toward the end of February, our own Elisabeth Rappe mused over whether or not audiences were growing tired with the Greeks. Sure, 300 dominated the box office and pop culture, but Clash of the Titans and Percy Jackson both...
by John Gholson
Are Samuel L. Jackson and Scarlett Johansson making a bid to become America's new favorite onscreen duo? It might be appropriate to say, "move over, Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan" but those two moved over a long time ago. The world is...
by Elisabeth Rappe
Remember when you heard that Frank Miller would be helming a dark and edgy Buck Rogers, and we all laughed and cracked jokes? Well, now you don't have to worry about soft nudity or Samuel L. Jackson in Nazi regalia, because...
It has been said that Frank Miller has produced some of the best movies never seen on the big screen, which, up until 2005's Sin City, was as true a sentiment as could be said of a living artist. Read Full Biography