Robert Rodriguez

"Sin City" director Robert Rodriguez is behind this "first-of-its-kind series."
Enrique Castillo is celebrating his new published book: The Dead of Summer during National Hispanic Heritage month. Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated between September 15th through October 15th - a period where contributions of Chicano, Hispanic and Latino Americans to the group's culture is recognized.
Logo has declared T.J. Cotrona one the "hottest men of horror TV," not that far behind The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus. His video clips have made top tumblr posts, and he's included on one fan's Secret Celebrity Crush page right above Marlon Brando.
Director Robert Rodriguez sat down with What's Trending at the Samsung Blogger Lounge at this year's South by Southwest festival. He shared some advice on how to live a creative life, advice he has taken to heart over the course of his incredibly successful career.
The Book Doctors first met Cathy Camper at a Pitchapalooza (think American Idol for Books) at one of our favorite book stores, Powell's in Portland, Oregon. As soon as she pitched us her graphic novel, Low Riders in Outer Space," we knew this was a great book waiting to happen.
Unfortunately, given that Wilmer's post That '70s Show career has mostly been built around family-friendly fare like Handy Manny... Well, it was kind of hard to imagine how that preschool program could be used as fodder for a haunted house.
Watch the speech, which starts around 9:10, in the video above. “I’m actually not going to hire you if you change your name
"We're still exploring all kinds of new territory [in comic books] -- autobiographical and history material that's been lost
Will more Hispanics go to the movies if more Hispanics star in movies?
Sometimes we all go a little crazy, but hopefully not with scissors in our hands. In a new clip from "Sin City: A Dame To
From The Walking Dead to undead, Greg Nicotero is sinking his teeth back into the vampire world after living amongst the zombie horde.
He adds, "What's great about 'Sin City' always was its simplicity and design. Frank Miller did better than anybody. With
It's the season for macabre. Horror has come a long way, baby. Whether in movie theaters, on TV, and now streaming from computers as webisodes, audiences just want to be scared.
Danny Trejo has a real life story that's at least as interesting as the many hard-bitten heroes and villains he's played. After spending much of his early life in and out of prison, he found a renewed focus in the film industry. I recently had a chance to talk to the iconic actor.