Grindhouse (2007)

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Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez's homage to exploitation double features in the 60s and 70s with two back-to-back cult films that include previews of coming attractions between them.

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Robert Rodriguez , Eli Roth , Quentin Tarantino , Edgar Wright , Rob Zombie


Robert Rodriguez, Rob Zombie, Edgar Wright, Jeff Rendell, Eli Roth, Quentin Tarantino, Rob Cotterill (story), Jason Eisener (story), John Davies (fake trailer segment "Hobo with a Shotgun")

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29 March 2007 | thegreenyeti
| Go see it in the theater.
I went to the premier in Austin last night. Wow, what an awesome event. Here are a few brief thoughts: One of the previews, that is being made into a movie, looks absolutely absurd and I am sure that it will be a joy to watch.

Planet Terror kept you laughing, groaning, and cringing the entire time. Enough action to keep you into it, enough campy gore to laugh at, and plenty of build up to have you cheering for the good guys. Rodriguez put together an A-rated, B-movie.

Death Proof was also enjoyable. I may have been antsy due to the cramped seating, but it seemed like there was a little lull in the middle. I didn't want to get up at intermission as I didn't want to miss the trailers. As Tarantino has done before, there is some great dialogue flying around the core group of actors.

I will definitely go see it again in the theater. I missed some of the dialogue due to the roar of the audience. However, I think having an interactive audience really adds to the experience.


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Did You Know?


After the sexual assault accusations against Harvey Weinstein went public in 2017, Robert Rodriguez revealed that Rose McGowan had confided to him that Weinstein had assaulted her as well. She had signed a nondisclosure agreement about it and had subsequently been blacklisted from any films the Weinsteins produced. Rodriguez said he cast McGowan to get even with him, knowing that his brother Bob Weinstein, who ran Dimension films, knew nothing of it, and that Harvey could not object without having to admit to his past.


Kim: Motherfucker try to rape me, I don't wanna give him a skin rash, I wanna shut that nigga down.


In the final scene of "Death Proof," when the Dodge Challenger forces the Charger to spin out and crash, the Charger's rear wheels are still on the car. As the girls approach the car in the next scene, one rear wheel (driver's side) is no longer in the car.

Crazy Credits

Just below the listing for Quentin's personal chef is the following credit: "Personal Chef for Mr. Rodriguez - Robert Rodriguez"

Alternate Versions

The DVD from Alliance Films Is the edited and recut versions of the two films. This was because the film first received an NC-17 rating and to allow the DVD to sell better it was Edited for violence and language making it a hard PG-13 rating. The changes are as followed: PLANET TERROR

  • The scene in the dance club is trimmed.
  • The scene were the woman on the road is torn apart by zombies is edited.
  • The scene were the alarm clock rings. William and Dakota get out of bed. Is missing.
-You can see earlier how Dakota puts the toy aside. -The scene where Cherry puts her foot under the water tap and pulls the splinter out of the wound is missing. -The scene of the front court continues. -In the car there is a dialogue missing between Dakota and her son. -The flash "missing reel" can be seen longer. DEATH PROOF -You can see the flash: "Reel Missing" more times in this version to cover up the violent scenes. -The dashboard scene is edited to one Mike slams on the brakes the card "Missing Real" appears again and cuts to mike driving without Pam's body in the car. -Earl and Edgar step through the first door.
  • the longest different cuts 11 minutes.
-The video turns black and white. When Mike starts smoking while Kims' car stops next to him.
  • The entire car crash scene is edited to a zoomed out shot of Mikes Chevrolet Chevy II/Nova crashing against the girl's car without showing the leg and allice's face being skimmed by the tires.
  • Mikes death at the end of the film is obscured by the girls.
The differences stated make each movie 30 mins shorter making the DVD's run time 125 min. The full theatrical release ( Not the Extended and unrated cuts) are available in the Blu-Ray collector's edition.


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