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From Dusk Till Dawn

  • Film

    October 10, 2013

    Machete Kills Is a B-Movie Worth Buying

    Machete is back for more giddy lunacy.

  • Blogs

    July 5, 2012

    Restaurants and Road Trips: Learning to Settle

    On a recent road trip to Chicago, my girlfriend and I wound up eating far more Wendy's than normal people should. Driving through small towns and with options limited, sometimes fast food is the preferable option to the local truck stop with all the windowless vans parked out back. I rarely eat fa ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 7, 2011

    El Gran Malo es La Mas Gran y La Mejor de Gastrocantinas

    Photos by Troy FieldsDoes your local Tex-Mex joint have a shrine to tequila?​Of course, it's also the only gastrocantina in town. So there's that. But should there eventually one day be many gastrocantinas in Houston, El Gran Malo will still be the Big Bad and the granddaddy of them all. El G ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 1, 2011

    Billy Bob Thornton Producing ZZ Top Biopic, Sources Say

    Craig HlavatyBillys Gibbons (left) and Bob Thornton at Fitzgerald's, December 2009​How how how how will this not be Rocks Off's favorite movie of all time after it comes out? If the rumors coming out of Hollywood and last month's SXSW conference are true, the story of that Lil' Ol' Band from T ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 29, 2010

    Friday Night: Fat Tony And B L A C K I E At The Mink

    Photos by Marco TorresFat Tony and B L A C K I E. See what Tony was up to before his big night in our slideshow.​Fat Tony, B L A C K I E The Backroom at the Mink November 26, 2010 10:48 p.m.: Ah, the age-old Jacket Dilemma: Tonight, it is 40 or so degrees outside. And the only viable (free) p ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 9, 2010

    Our Eight Favorite Musical Moments From Texas-Shot Films

    ​If Chainsaws, Slackers and Spy Kids sounds like a titillating title for a book, it's only because the book itself deals with some of the most provocative indie films in recent cinematic history - many of them made by Texas-born filmmakers. The book is the work of Alison Macor, former film cr ... More >>

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