Archive for February, 2007
The soundtrack is going to be a mix of music and clips of dialogue mixed from the film mixed in between. Here’s the track list via The Hollywood News:
“The Last Race” – Jack Nitzsche
“Baby, It’s You” – Smith
“Paranoia Prima” – Ennio Morricone
“Planning & Scheming” – Eli Roth & Michael Bacall
“Jeepster” – T Rex
“Stuntman Mike” – Rose McGowan & Kurt Russell
“Staggolee” – Pacific Gas & Electric
“The Love You Save (May Be Your Own)” – Joe Tex
“Good Love, Bad Love” – Eddie Floyd
“Down In Mexico” – The Coasters
“Hold Tight – Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich
“Sally and Jack (From the Motion Picture Blow Out)” – Pino Donaggio
“It’s So Easy” – Willy DeVille
“Whatever-However” – Tracie Thoms & Zoe Bell
“Riot In Thunder Alley” – Eddie Beram
“Chick Habit” – April March
Everyone’s favorite Tarantino-themed band, the Tarantinotes are going to be playing at the Bad Taste Bears Tarantino Event on March 31st.
The event is to celebrate the launch of Killed Bill. There are only 4,000 of the yellow being created, and only 700 of the pictured limited edition black version. There is also going to be a great looking Tarantino sketch book available that I’d love to get my hands on.
Check out the event website for all the details.
Some Regal Theatres in CA are doing flash-back screenings that include Pulp Fiction & Reservoir Dogs. Rare opportunity to see them on the big screen again if you live close.
Its Tarantino Week over at The Flux. They are reviewing Tarantino movies all week long. They’ve already got reviews up for Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction – neither of which got very good marks. Go give ‘em some hell!
Horror Yearbook has some details from Bill Moseley about the Werewolf Women of the SS faux trailer included with GRINDHOUSE.
I played Dr. Heinrich von Strasser, the humpbacked Nazi scientist who’s trying to turn beautiful nude German girls into werewolves.
Plus, I’ve run across some additional photos from the production of the trailer:
Tom Savini talks GRINDHOUSE over at Fangoria. Mostly promo-type stuff, but he does float a couple of rumors:
1. The fake trailers in GRINDHOUSE may get made into actual full-length feature films. I find this highly unlikely – though since Rob Zombie is involved it becomes possible (he’ll put anything on film).
2. We may get treated to future GRINDHOUSE films from QT and RR if all goes well. This is pretty likely at this point, though I expect that it would probably not be something they’d want to tackle right away. Maybe in 2012.
A new giant banner for GRINDHOUSE. Bigger version here.
Another GRINDHOUSE poster, this one is supposed to be the final 1-sheet.
The new GRINDHOUSE trailer is out!
I’m more excited about this film than anything Tarantino has put out previously. It just looks like its going to be kick-ass fun!
Yahoo! Movies has a video interview/commentary from QT and Rodriguez about GRINDHOUSE up.