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Grindhouse (2 Discs) (Blu-ray)

Released on 17 January 2011

Featuring: Bruce Willis, Jeff Fahey & Naveen Andrews

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 18 years & over

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Double bill of thrillers by Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino, made in the style of the B-movie exploitation films revered by both directors. The films are shown together as a single full-length feature (complete with faux trailers) to replicate and pay homage to the experience of the downtown 'grindhouse' movie theatres of the 1970s, so called for their non-stop 'grinding out' of double bill programmes.'

Planet Terror (2007) is Rodriguez's take on the zombie infestation genre. Government scientists at a remote Texan facility have inadvertently unleashed a deadly virus that turns normal people into raving, murdering mutants. With the hordes of crazed psychotics multiplying at an unstoppable rate, it's a spatterfest all the way as go-go-dancer Cherry Darling (Rose McGowan), mysterious drifter El Wray (Freddy Rodriguez) and professional smuggler Abby (Naveen Andrews) have to force an escape route to the helicopter that is their only chance of escape.

Death Proof (2007) is Tarantino's adrenaline-fuelled tale of a psychotic stuntman's serial attempts to stalk hot babes in his supercharged, 'death proof' Chevy. Having already dealt with one set of women in Texas, Stuntman Mike (Kurt Russell) moves on to Tennessee, where he targets another posse of head-turning women. But this time Mike finds that he's bitten off more than he can chew, as the three girls (Rosario Dawson, Tracie Thoms and Zoe Bell) give as good as they get.
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 Buy the extended editions separately

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I loved the Grindhouse double bill, so I was looking forward to seeing them in their "how they should be seen" format of back-to-back cinema style presentation with trailers in-between the films etc.

If i'd known beforehand that both movies, especially Death Proof would have several key scenes removed I wouldn't have bought the Blu-Ray ( I know the "missing reel" was supposed to be like that BTW) but the whole scene at the supermarket was also missing.

Five star movies both. Bumped down to three stars because of the cuts.

 Thumbs down for this release

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Aside from the addition of the new trailers included in this Collectors Edition my wife and I were very disappointed with it. Having only ever seen and loved a longer version of Death Proof, this shorter version paled in comparison. The excellent lap dance section has been removed along with other good story setting scenes. Blue-ray does very little to enhance the viewing experience and I cant ever see us rewatching this version of the film, instead we would reach for our old DVD. This release should have included the longer versions of the movies keeping all the fans happy. All in all a big thumbs down.

 The cuts really work

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I never saw this as a double bill, so my first viewings of these movies were as the longer 2 hour versions. Planet Terror was genius and Death Proof was good but did feel long and drawn out.
I was worried Tarantino had lost it a bit, and then I saw the Grindhouse double feature. This is the way to go, the editing is sharper on Planet Terror, but I still prefer the longer version. Death Proof on the other hand is really the star of the double bill, the edits are relevant and I love the fact it cuts out whole scenes and makes the movie punchier and feel more grindhouse stylee. I now love Death Proof and if the double feature had been released properly in the UK it would have a bigger fanbase.

 "..MODERN CLASSIC GRINDHOUSE.."

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PLANET TERROR is one of the most awesome and cool films made in years, totally over the top story and wild amounts of gore and violence all in the tradition of Grindhouse movies, cult movies from the 60s, 70s and 80s that depicted things that shocked people and were controversial for there themes etc. Rodriguez has made his baby (along with the classic Grindhouse style Machete of course) The cast is fantastic especially the amazing Rose McGowan as cherry darling! If youre a big horror fan this is a must, the bluray version is the best as the picture quality is pretty amazing but bluray or DVD doesnt matter this is awesome at any cost.
DEATHPROOF is rather a step in a different direction for Tarantino but a good one non the less, as he is a fan of Grindhouse he also stepped in with Rodriguez to make a cool movie about a killer car, well a killer stunt man who uses his car for fun to kill his victims as the car was built as a stunt car its apparently DEATHPROOF!! Kurt Russell is good as the lead actor and the rest of the cast is great too, the story is crazy but great fun and theres plenty of bloody carnage!! But still this is an amazing double bill of films and an awesome addition to any cult film collection.

 LOVE IT OR HATE IT!

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This movie is marmite take it for what it is and its cool loads of extra's which is very good. However it just a low budget romp they are not going to be gladiator or the shawshank redemption just crap movies done well. but these are much better then the long version's I think purely because death proof is better in the shorten version. Tarantino went wrong and started to believe his own hype I think when he done death proof.

Its worth a spin.

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ActorsBruce Willis, Jeff Fahey, Naveen Andrews, Rose McGowan, Tracie Thoms, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Marley Shelton, Jordan Ladd, Vanessa Ferlito, Sydney Tamiia Poitier, Zoe Bell, Kurt Russell, Josh Brolin & Michael Biehn
DirectorQuentin Tarantino
Certificate18 years and over
Year2007
ScreenWidescreen 2.40:1
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
SubtitlesEnglish