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Music to Make Horror Movies By: Fergie

“Like a barnacle they stick to me, like a zombie’s teeth in my flesh…”

As Tammy in Planet Terror, the multi-hyphenate Fergie unsuccessfully dealt with some vicious undead trauma. 100 more words


Throwback 10: Planet Terror

Robert Rodriguez is one of those Marmite directors – you either love his vibrant, over-the-top storytelling, his visual flourishes, and his honed comic book-style sensibilities, or you hate his garish flashiness, his paper thin plots, or his insistence on tired tropes. 692 more words

Film Discussion

STORGY's Basement of Horrors! - Planet Terror

“Though I walk through the valley of death I will fear no evil, for I am the evilest motherfucker in the valley”
Alex Garland

STORGY’s BASEMENT OF HORRORS continues with a look back at the Grindhouse double bill, ‘PLANET TERROR’ and ‘DEATH PROOF.’ In the first review, Emily Harrison discusses the sleaze, the goofiness, the gore and brains on show for Robert Rodriquez’s zombie terror!

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Fright Fest: PLANET TERROR (2007)

One of the best things about the Zompoc sub-genre is how widely diverse it is. You can go old school with some classic black and white voodoo hexes, such as… 1,459 more words


The Woods are Lovely, Dark and Deep: 'Death Proof' 10 Years Later

If you were lucky enough to catch Grindhouse – Robert Rodriguez’s Planet Terror and Quentin Tarantino’s Death Proof double-bill throwback to the cut and tethered reels of exploitation cinema back in 2007 – then you probably remember the kind of experience it was. 1,421 more words



Zombies, my favorite of the cinematic nasties. Through out the history of cinema, they have populated the screen. But which kind of zombie am I talking about? 1,519 more words


Cult Classics: Grindhouse

The lurid exploitation films of the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s gave cheap thrills to filmgoing audiences looking to make out in the back seats of the theater or their cars, see a few gross kill-shots and grungy effects, or else enjoy the well-tread tropes and hackneyed cinematography that these films promised. 1,553 more words