Summary: The story is about a select group of people in a small town are all that is left to stop a group of more wealthy militia from spreading a deadly disease which causes zombie symptoms. This movie is nuts but cool at the same time.
Excerpt: A deadly plague that turns the populace into flesh eating mutants is released into the atmosphere and a band of misfits join together to fight their way to safety. Robert Rodriguez' pastiche of seventies and eighties style schlock horror seemed like a real breath of fresh air to me.
Excerpt: Cherry Darling (Rose McGowan) quits her job and hitches a ride with 'El Wray' (Freddy Rodriguez). Lt. Muldoon (Bruce Willis) makes a deal with a businessman/scientist named Abby (Naveen Andrews). Dr.
Summary: Silly, over-the-top in practical gore, and a perfect homage to grindhouse cinema. However, it's ultimately an empty film that is all style and imitation (of a certain genre) and no substance. Fun for what it is, which isn't much.
Summary: a fun good time.a great zombie horror movie in years.Robert Rodruigez creats not only a great zombie horror film,but a fun time with it as well,which is hard to achieve with zombie films.i loved it,and hopefully you guys will too.
Excerpt: Don't Buy This Because Of It's Higher Rateing of All of the Option Just Buy The Grindhouse 2 Disc Special Edition and Prove The Weinsteins Wrong. Movie; (Is A Stranred Zombie Film But It's Not As Good Seperatly) Video: (The Scratch Free Verison IS Really Beautiful) Audio: (Better Then The Grindhouse...
Excerpt: I Was One of the Small Group of people who actually seen Grindhouse in the Cinema and watching this seperately it isn't as good when it was Together with those trailers and The Reason why I even picked this up even knowing I have that Grindhouse 2 Disc Collectors Edition on Blu-Ray I couldn't refuse...
Summary: This is by FAR the best of the Grindhouse films. Its more entertaining than Death Proof, though lacks the elements that make Tarantino's pitch perfect dialogue so engaging. However, Planet Terror has better pacing, more blood, and feels more like a Grindhouse film.
Summary: Okay, I got the idea. 'Make a Grind-y, messy, crazy movie that will be an homage to the bad films we saw as kids.' Not a bad idea either. And it worked out quite well for Death Proof, Quentin Tarantino's side of the project. But Planet Terror...is just not a good movie.