Friday, 18 January 2008

GRINDHOUSE GOES LARGE

It's been a long wait, but Quentin Tarantino's DEATH PROOF finally hit Region 2 DVD earlier this week, while PLANET TERROR is due 10th March. As someone who was unable to catch the cinema screenings, I've been eagerly awaiting the chance to see these films. Now, if I had a bit of extra cash, I may well have been tempted to spring for this bad boy. Check out the stuff on this Japanese 6 disc package.


Disc 1: Death Proof (Extended Film)
Japanese Theatrical/TV trailers
Staff/Cast Profiles (Text)
What is Grindhouse? (Text)
English DTS, English DD, Japanese dub
Japanese subtitles

Disc 2: Planet Terror (Extended Film)
Audio commentary with Robert Rodriguez
International/Japanese trailers
Staff/Cast Profiles (Text)
What is Grindhouse? (Text)
English DTS, English DD, Japanese dub
Japanese Subtitles

Disc 3: Death Proof bonus materials
Special Message to Japan from Tarantino
Staff and Cast interviews on Death Proof
Stunts on Wheels: The Legendary Drivers of Death Proof (20:39)
Introducing Zoƫ Bell (8:59)
Kurt Russell as Stuntman Mike (9:34)
Finding Quentin's Gals (21:14)
The Uncut Version of "Baby, It's You" Performed by Mary Elizabeth Winstead (1:48)
The Guys of Death Proof (8:16)
Quentin's Greatest Collaborator: Editor Sally Menke (4:38)
Double Dare Trailer (2:36)

Disc 4: Planet Terror bonus materials
10-Minute Film School (11:52)
The Badass Babes of Planet Terror (11:50)
The Guys of Planet Terror (16:32)
Casting Rebel (05:34)
Sickos, Bullets and Explosions: The Stunts of Planet Terror (13:18)
The Friend, The Doctor and The Real Estate Agent (6:42)

Disc 5: Grindhouse (191 minute theatrical cut including the fake trailers)
English DD, Japanese dub
Japanese subtitles

Disc 6: Japan exclusive Grindhouse bonus disc (106 minutes)
Grindhouse - US Trailer
2006 San Diego Comicon
Tarantino Interview (About the homages in Death Proof, About Planet Terror, Use of Music, Possible Sequel to Death Proof)
Staff/Cast comments
The Directors of the Fake Trailers
Comments on past Grindhouse Films
Making Of Planet Terror

Earlier on, I kidded my wife that I had actually ordered the above package and, for just a few seconds, we almost had a real Grindhouse situation on our hands. Still, it's not bad for just £53!

2 comments:

  1. I need that Japanese set in a very bad way...I am most curious to hear your thoughts on the films. I definately prefer DEATH PROOF but adored PLANET TERROR as well..

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  2. Can't wait to see these films. I have them on my Lovefilm list (this is our equivalent of Netflix) and greatly look forward to seeing them.

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