And the goods on Robert Rodriguez's latest flick Machete are coming fast and furious. After some cool ass imagery yesterday, today finds a brand-spanking new trailer for you to dig on!
While we all are waiting patiently for the release of Robert Rodriguez's Machete to slice its way to theatres, the Internet gods have blessed us with some new eye candy!
The trailer for Robert Rodriguez's highly anticipated grindhouse flick Machete hit online last week with a fine splash of blood, and to celebrate it some maniacal fan recreated the entire thing using nothing but Lego bricks. Ready for a lighthearted peek at the mayhem?
What better way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo than with the official trailer for Machete and a few choice words for Arizona? Hope you're ready to catch up with everyone's favorite blade-wielding Mexican badass!
Great news for fans eagerly waiting for news on when they will be able to see the feature length version of Machete. Fox just announced when you'll be able to get down locked and loaded with everyone's favorite blade-wielding Mexican badass!
Apparently Sundance isn't the only place where deals are being made this weekend as the news recently broke that 20th Century Fox has won the battle for distribution of Robert Rodriguez's Machete, not a huge surprise since the studio is also behind his production of Predators.
Good news for fans abroad looking forward to the feature length version of one of the best mock trailers to appear in Grindhouse, Robert Rodriguez's Machete -- the flick has scored itself some overseas distribution!
And the picture is finally getting clearer. The official press release concerning Robert Rodriguez's latest film Machete just hit the wire, and rather than extrapolate a few facts, we're giving you the whole enchilada!
Could it be that everyone's favorite foul-mouthed bisexual troubled starlet is about to star in Robert Rodriguez's upcoming film Machete?
Some fans argue that a lot of the more entertaining parts of the Robert Rodriguez/Quentin Tarantino Grindhouse double feature released in 2007 came out of the faux trailers created by several of the genre’s most beloved directors (keep in mind, this was about four months before Rob Zombie’s <