Not Rated | | Action, Thriller
Two separate sets of voluptuous women are stalked at different times by a scarred stuntman who uses his "death proof" cars to execute his murderous plans.
Quentin Tarantino considered John Travolta, Willem Dafoe, John Malkovich, Mickey Rourke, Ron Perlman, Bruce Willis, Kal Penn, Ving Rhames and Sylvester Stallone for the role of Stuntman Mike. Willis did star in Planet Terror (2007), the other half of Grindhouse (2007).
Hold on, I gotta come up! I gotta take the world's biggest fuckin' piss!
When Mike is photographing the 4 girls walking, the end of the scene shows him with the camera on the roof of the Charger. If you look closely, you will see that the lens cap is still on the camera.
During the opening credits, the Troublemaker Studios logo remains in it's original form but the Dimension Pictures logo has been rendered in a 1970s style.
After Zoe flies off the hood, she walks back to the car and says, "Phew that was a close one". In the Unrated Extended version it then cuts right to her line, "So, where's the maniac?" In the U.S. Theatrical Double Feature version there's some extra lines of dialog in between: As Zoe notices that Abernathy and Kim have been crying she remarks, "You guys look like shit. Who died?" Abernathy then asks Zoe if she's okay, to which she replies, "Well, I'm gonna have a hell of a bruise on my bum, but aside from that I'll be sweet."
€71,727 (Netherlands) (10 June 2007)