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Grindhouse -- Two full length feature horror movies written by Quentin Tarantino & Robert Rodriguez put together as a two film feature. Including fake movie trailers in between both movies.
Grindhouse -- Two full length feature horror movies written by Quentin Tarantino & Robert Rodriguez put together as a two film feature. Including fake movie trailers in between both movies.


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The sleaze-filled saga of an exploitation double feature. See more »
Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez's homage to exploitation double features in the 60s and 70s with two back-to-back cult films that include previews of coming attractions between them. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Kurt Russell ... Stuntman Mike (segment "Death Proof")

Zoë Bell ... Zoë Bell (segment "Death Proof") (as Zoe Bell)

Rosario Dawson ... Abernathy (segment "Death Proof")

Vanessa Ferlito ... Butterfly (segment "Death Proof")

Sydney Tamiia Poitier ... Jungle Julia (segment "Death Proof")

Tracie Thoms ... Kim (segment "Death Proof")

Rose McGowan ... Pam (segment "Death Proof") / Cherry (segment "Planet Terror")

Jordan Ladd ... Shanna (segment "Death Proof") / Judy (segment "Thanksgiving")

Mary Elizabeth Winstead ... Lee (segment "Death Proof")

Quentin Tarantino ... Warren (segment "Death Proof") / Rapist #1 (segment "Planet Terror")

Marcy Harriell ... Marcy (segment "Death Proof")

Eli Roth ... Dov (segment "Death Proof") / Tucker (segment "Thanksgiving")

Omar Doom ... Nate (segment "Death Proof")

Michael Bacall ... Omar (segment "Death Proof")

Monica Staggs ... Lanna Frank (segment "Death Proof")

Jonathan Loughran ... Jasper (segment "Death Proof")
Marta Mendoza ... Punky Bruiser (segment "Death Proof")
Tim Murphy ... Tim the Bartender (segment "Death Proof")
Melissa Arcaro ... Venus Envy (segment "Death Proof")

Michael Parks ... Earl McGraw (segments "Death Proof" / "Planet Terror")

James Parks ... Edgar McGraw (segment "Death Proof")

Marley Shelton ... Dr. Dakota Block (McGraw) (segment "Death Proof") / Dakota (segment "Planet Terror")

Electra Avellan ... Babysitter Twin #1 (segments "Death Proof" / "Planet Terror")

Elise Avellan ... Babysitter Twin #2 (segments "Death Proof" / "Planet Terror")
Eurlyne Epper ... Lanna Frank Friend #1 (segment "Death Proof")
Jamie L. Dunno ... Lanna Frank Friend #2 (segment "Death Proof")
Shannon Hazlett ... Butterfly Foot Double (segment "Death Proof")

Freddy Rodríguez ... Wray (segment "Planet Terror")

Josh Brolin ... Block (segment "Planet Terror")

Jeff Fahey ... JT (segment "Planet Terror")

Michael Biehn ... Sheriff Hague (segment "Planet Terror")

Rebel Rodriguez ... Tony (segment "Planet Terror")

Bruce Willis ... Muldoon (segment "Planet Terror")

Naveen Andrews ... Abby (segment "Planet Terror")

Julio Oscar Mechoso ... Romy (segment "Planet Terror")

Fergie ... Tammy (segment "Planet Terror") (as Stacy Ferguson)

Nicky Katt ... Joe (segment "Planet Terror") / Store clerk (segment "Death Proof")
Hung Nguyen ... Dr. Crane (segment "Planet Terror")
Cecilia Conti ... Paramedic #1 (segment "Planet Terror")
Tommy Nix ... Paramedic #2 (segment "Planet Terror")

Tom Savini ... Deputy Tolo (segment "Planet Terror")

Carlos Gallardo ... Deputy Carlos (segment "Planet Terror")
Skip Reissig ... Skip (segment "Planet Terror")

Gregory Kelly ... Rapist #2 (segment "Planet Terror") (as Greg Kelly)

Troy Robinson ... Soldier #1 (segment "Planet Terror")
Derek Southers ... Soldier #2 (segment "Planet Terror")
Jerili Romeo ... Ramona McGraw (segment "Planet Terror")

Felix Sabates ... Dr. Felix (segment "Planet Terror")
Doran Ingram ... Patient (segment "Planet Terror")
Johnny Reno ... Sax Survivor (segment "Planet Terror")

Danny Trejo ... Machete (segment "Planet Terror")

Cheech Marin ... Padre (segment "Planet Terror")

Udo Kier ... Franz Hess (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")

Sheri Moon Zombie ... Eva Krupp (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")

Tom Towles ... Lt. Boorman (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")

Sybil Danning ... Gretchen Krupp (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")

Bill Moseley ... Dr. Heinrich von Strasser (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Will Arnett ... Announcer (segement 'Don't') (voice) (uncredited)

Alison Bacon ... Nurse (uncredited)
Mark Bakunas ... The Deputy (segment "Thanksgiving") (uncredited)
Vendula Bednarova ... The Cheerleader (segment "Thanksgiving") (uncredited)

Emily Booth ... Featured Woman (segment "Don't") (uncredited)
Chris Briggs ... The Vomiting Cousin (segment "Thanksgiving") (uncredited)
David Brunt ... Hobo (fake trailer segment "Hobo with a Shotgun") (uncredited)

MyAnna Buring ... Featured Woman (segment "Don't") (uncredited)
Kevin Cacy ... Paramedic (uncredited)

Alice Kim Cage ... Lead Gong Girl (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS") (uncredited)

Nicolas Cage ... Fu Manchu (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS") (uncredited)

Leroy Castanon ... Sicko (segment "Planet Terror") (uncredited)

Georgina Chapman ... Featured Woman (segment "Don't") (uncredited)
Kate Clark ... Hero Survivor (uncredited)

Michael Deak ... Gun-wielding Werewolf (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS") (uncredited)
Richard Dodwell ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Daniel Frisch ... The Human Turkey (segment "Thanksgiving") (uncredited)

Nick Frost ... Baby Eater (segment "Don't") (uncredited)

Jake Garber ... Gas Pump Zombie (segment "Planet Terror") (uncredited)

Tony Gibson ... Soldier (uncredited)
Beth Gosnell ... Infected Patient (uncredited)

Bobbie Grace ... Nurse (uncredited)
Odell Grant ... Infected Patient in Wheelchair (segment "Planet Terror") (uncredited)

Jay Hernandez ... Bobby (segment "Thanksgiving") (uncredited)

Olja Hrustic ... Werewolf Woman (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS") (uncredited)
Samantha Inoue Harte ... Infected Girl (segment "Planet Terror") (uncredited)

Jason Isaacs ... Bearded Man (segment "Don't") (uncredited)

Melanie Jayne ... Harem Girl (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS") (uncredited)
Stephanie Katz ... Werewolf Woman (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS") (uncredited)

R.C. Keene ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Helen Kim ... Peg (segment "Death Proof") (uncredited)

Elena Kolpachikova ... Werewolf Woman (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS") (uncredited)
Tito Larriva ... Henchman (segment "Machete") (uncredited)

Andrea Lee ... Sicko (segment "Planet Terror") (uncredited)

Matthew Macfadyen ... Hatchet Victim (segment "Don't") (uncredited)
Liliyan Malkina ... The Grandmother (segment "Thanksgiving") (uncredited)
Alicia Rachel Marek ... Redhead Babe (segment "Machete") (uncredited)

Andrew Martin ... Nazi Boxer (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS") (uncredited)

Mike McCarty ... The Rioter (segment "Thanksgiving") (uncredited)
John McLean ... Sicko Coach (segment "Planet Terror") (uncredited)

Katie Melua ... Brunette with Hatchet Victim (segment "Don't") (uncredited)
Meriah Nelson ... Werewolf Woman (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS") (uncredited)

Lorielle New ... Werewolf Woman (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS") (uncredited)
Rajiv Patel ... Henchman (uncredited)

Simon Pegg ... Bearded Cannibal (segment "Don't") (uncredited)

Oleg Prudius ... Nazi Boxer (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS") (uncredited)

Lucy Punch ... Blonde In Don't Trailer (uncredited)
Jeff Rendell ... The Pilgrim (segment "Thanksgiving") (uncredited)

Emmy Robbin ... Hot Female Deputy (segment "Planet Terror") (uncredited)

Kelley Robins ... Laquanda (segment "Death Proof") (uncredited)
Patricia A. Robinson ... Infected Patient (uncredited)

Shannon Joy Rodgers ... Infected Patient (uncredited)

Robert Rodriguez ... Extra (segment "Planet Terror") (uncredited)

Christine Rose ... Sicko (segment "Planet Terror") (uncredited)

Kelly Ryan ... Werewolf Woman (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS") (uncredited)

Ava Santana ... Sicko (segment "Planet Terror") (uncredited)

Mikhail Sebastian ... Hospital Doctor (segment "Death Proof") (uncredited)

Peter Serafinowicz ... Screaming Man (segment "Don't") (uncredited)

Rafe Spall ... Featured Ghost (segment "Don't") (uncredited)

Gary Teague ... Businessman (uncredited)

Petr Vancura ... The Boyfriend (segment "Thanksgiving") (uncredited)
Karel Vanásek ... The Grandfather (segment "Thanksgiving") (uncredited)
Kevin Wasner ... The Turkey Pilgrim (segment "Thanksgiving") (uncredited)

Charlita Williams ... Survivor (uncredited)
Kevin Wilson ... Twin #1 (segment "Don't") (uncredited)
Nicholas Wilson ... Twin #2 (segment "Don't") (uncredited)

Stuart Wilson ... Old Man (segment "Don't") (uncredited)
Katherin-Ellen Zabehlicky ... The Granddaughter (segment "Thanksgiving") (uncredited)

Directed by
Robert Rodriguez (segment "Planet Terror") (fake trailer segment "Machete")
Eli Roth (fake trailer segment "Thanksgiving")
Quentin Tarantino (segment "Death Proof")
Edgar Wright (fake trailer segment "Don't")
Rob Zombie (fake trailer segment "Werewolf Women of the S.S.")
Writing credits
Robert Rodriguez (written by) (fake trailer segment "Machete")

Robert Rodriguez (written by) (segment "Planet Terror")

Rob Zombie (written by) (fake trailer segment "Werewolf Women of the S.S.")

Edgar Wright (written by) (fake trailer segment "Don't")

Jeff Rendell (written by) (fake trailer segment "Thanksgiving") &
Eli Roth (written by) (fake trailer segment "Thanksgiving")

Quentin Tarantino (written by) (segment "Death Proof")

Rob Cotterill  story (fake trailer segment "Hobo with a Shotgun")
John Davies  fake trailer segment "Hobo with a Shotgun"
Jason Eisener  story (fake trailer segment "Hobo with a Shotgun")

Produced by
Elizabeth Avellan .... producer
Sandra Condito .... executive producer
Rob Cotterill .... producer (segment "Hobo With a Shotgun")
Daniel Frisch .... producer (fake trailer segment "Thanksgiving") (as Daniel S. Frisch)
Andy Gould .... producer (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Andrew G. La Marca .... line producer (fake trailer segment)
Shannon McIntosh .... executive producer
Tom Proper .... associate producer
Robert Rodriguez .... producer
Eli Roth .... producer (fake trailer segment)
Gabriel Roth .... producer (fake trailer segment "Thanksgiving")
Pilar Savone .... associate producer
James W. Skotchdopole .... line producer: California (segment "Death Proof")
Erica Steinberg .... producer
Quentin Tarantino .... producer
Bob Weinstein .... executive producer
Harvey Weinstein .... executive producer
Original Music by
David Arnold (fake trailer segment "Don't")
Nathan Barr (segment "Thanksgiving")
Tyler Bates (fake trailer segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Graeme Revell (segment "Planet Terror")
Robert Rodriguez (segment "Planet Terror")
Carl Thiel (segment "Planet Terror")
Cinematography by
Milan Chadima (director of photography) (segment: "Thanksgiving")
Jess Hall (segment "Don't")
Phil Parmet (director of photography) (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Robert Rodriguez (segments: "Machete"/"Planet Terror")
Quentin Tarantino (segment "Death Proof")
Film Editing by
Glenn Garland (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Ethan Maniquis (segment "Planet Terror")
Sally Menke (segment "Death Proof")
Robert Rodriguez (segment "Planet Terror")
Casting by
Mary Vernieu 
Production Design by
Sarah Dunsworth (segment "Hobo With a Shotgun")
Martin Martinec (segment "Thanksgiving")
Art Direction by
Caylah Eddleblute 
Carl Horner (segment "Werewolf Women of the S.S.")
Set Decoration by
Jason Garner (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Jeanette Scott 
Makeup Department
Stuart Conran .... special makeup effects artist (fake trailer segment "Don't")
Dawn Dininger .... special makeup effects artist
Michaela Farrell .... additional makeup artist
Jake Garber .... special makeup effects artist
Tysuela Hill-Scott .... makeup department head
Rob Hinderstein .... makeup artist
Grady Holder .... makeup effects technician: K.N.B. EFX Group
Garrett Immel .... special makeup effects artist
Meredith Johns .... makeup artist
Silvina Knight .... key makeup artist (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Darylin Nagy .... makeup artist
Greg Nicotero .... special makeup effects artist (as Gregory Nicotero)
Douglas Noe .... makeup department head (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Andy Schoneberg .... special makeup effects artist
Tara Smith .... key hair stylist
Wayne Toth .... special makeup effects artist (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Khanh Trance .... special effects hair: KNB EFX Group Inc.
Kevin Wasner .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
Adriana Aimo .... production manager
Debbi Bossi .... post-production supervisor
Andrew G. La Marca .... production manager (fake trailer segment)
Christopher Lahr .... production manager (Edgar Wright fake trailer segment)
Tracey Landon .... production supervisor (segment "Death Proof")
Tom Proper .... post-production supervisor
Alex G. Scott .... assistant production supervisor (segment "Death Proof")
Ron Cosmo Vecchiarelli .... production supervisor (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Pavlina Zipkova .... production manager (fake trailer segment "Thanksgiving")
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brian Bettwy .... first assistant director
Alexander H. Gayner .... first assistant director (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Susan Jasso .... second second assistant director
David Rimer .... second assistant director
Art Department
Jeff B. Adams Jr. .... set designer
Marc Baird .... storyboard artist
Michael Barton .... assistant property master (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Richard J. Bell .... greens coordinator
Richard Beltran .... set dresser
Edward J. Borasch Jr. .... property master
Bart Brown .... key set dresser
Bart Bryant .... props fabricator
Chris Clayton .... set dresser
Debbie Cortez Haber .... art department coordinator
David R. Evans .... graphic consultant
Chantel Gallegos-Nasits .... art assistant
Sonia L. Garcia .... scenic artist (as L. Sonia Garcia)
Juliet Guimont .... scenic artist
Elliott Hostetter .... additional on-set dresser
Tera Johnson .... scenic (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Richard W. Jones .... on-set greensman (segment "Deathproof")
Johnny Lawson .... construction coordinator (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Lance Lindahl .... set dresser
Jennifer Long .... set decoration buyer
Danielle Mana .... property master (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Ana Martinez .... set dressing buyer
Joe McCusker .... construction coordinator
Dustin C. Newcomb .... prop fabricator
Steven O'Bannon .... paint runner
Craig Polydoros .... toolman
Jeff Poss .... head prop fabricator
Scott A. Reeder .... props
Charles Seale .... carpenter
Michael Semon .... assistant property master
Christopher Stull .... set dresser
Kara Sutherlin .... stand-by scenic
Jason A. Thomas .... set dresser (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Brendan Turrill .... assistant art director (Rob Zombie Trailer segment)
Elysia Van Deusen .... art department production assistant (as Elysia Edwards)
Robert R. Wonson .... set dresser
Koen Wooten .... property master
Ellen Lampl .... graphic designer (uncredited)
Sound Department
Ethan Andrus .... sound mixer
Christopher Assells .... sound effects editor
Joaquin Gonzalo Avellán .... foley editor
Steve Baine .... foley artist
Eddie Bydalek .... sound mix technician
Thadd Day .... second boom operator
John Elliot .... foley assistant
Brad Engleking .... sound re-recording engineer
Paula Fairfield .... sound designer
Paula Fairfield .... sound effects editor
Alan Freedman .... adr mixer (segment "Planet Terror")
Nerses Gezalyan .... sound mixer
Gina Gyles .... foley assistant
Shawn Harper .... sound utility
Tom Hartig .... boom operator
Nigel Heath .... re-recording mixer
Justin Herman .... sound stage technician
Michael Hertlein .... dialogue editor (segment "Death Proof")
William Jacobs .... sound effects editor
Michael Keller .... re-recording mixer
Bob Kellough .... sound supervising assistant
Charles Maynes .... sound effects editor
Michael Minkler .... re-recording mixer
Carla Murray .... sound effects editor
John A. Pagano .... assistant sound editor
Angelo Palazzo .... sound designer
Peter Persaud .... foley recordist
Margit Pfeiffer .... dialogue editor (segment "Death Proof")
Margit Pfeiffer .... foley editor (segment "Death Proof")
John Pritchett .... production sound mixer
Rocky Quiroz .... boom operator
Buck Robinson .... production sound mixer (fake trailer segment "Werewolf Women of the S.S.")
Robert Rodriguez .... re-recording mixer (segment "Planet Terror")
Alexander Rosborough .... sound (segment "Hobo With a Shotgun") (as Zander Rosborough)
Scott Sanders .... supervising sound designer (For the Fake Trailer "Werewolf Women of the S.S.")
Ann Scibelli .... sound designer
Charles Ewing Smith .... dialogue editor
Branden Spencer .... assistant sound editor
Wylie Stateman .... supervising sound editor
Greg Steele .... adr mixer
Paul Stula .... epk sound mixer
Tom Sturgis .... boom operator
Matthew E. Taylor .... additional sound
Renee Tondelli .... adr supervisor
Mark Ulano .... production sound mixer
Jeffrey Wilhoit .... foley artist
Marilee Yorston .... foley assistant
David Young .... post sound engineer
Kevin Zimmerman .... assistant sound editor (fake trailer segment "Werewolf Women of the S.S.")
Peter Zinda .... sound effects editor (segment "Death Proof")
Tony Lamberti .... sound re-recording mixer: fake trailer segment "Thanksgiving" (uncredited)
Michael Suarez .... voiceover recordist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Craig Byrom .... special effects technician
Robbie Clot .... special effects gang boss
Gary Coates .... special effects
Joe Giles .... special effects technician: mold department, K.N.B Effects Group
Brian Goehring .... special makeup effects crew: KNB EFX Group
Nick Karas .... special effects technician
Marcus LaPorte .... moldmaker
Wes Mattox .... special effects technician
James W. McCormick .... special effects technician
John McLeod .... special effects coordinator
Andrew Miller .... special effects stunt car rigger
Antonette J. Miller .... buyer for special effects stunt car rigging
Brian Montgomery .... special effects technician
Jason Pinsker .... laboratory technician: KNB EFX
Elia P. Popov .... special effects foreman
Mike Reedy .... special effects gang boss
Lino Stavole .... special effects technician: mold department, K.N.B Effects Group
Frank W. Tarantino .... special effects foreman
Wayne Toth .... special effects
Patricia Urias .... special effects: foam department
Lindsay Vivian .... special effects purchaser
Dick Wood .... special effects shop foreman
Daniel Yates .... special effects technician
Cari Finken .... special effects crew (uncredited)
Jenny Wallace .... special effects assistant coordinator (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Jonathan Alvord .... visual effects editor (segment "Planet Terror")
Durai Babu .... matchmove artist
Natalie Baillie .... film damage compositor: The Orphanage (as Natalie Nolan)
Bineesh .... roto artist
Renee Binkowski .... texture painter: The Orphanage
Daniel Birnbaum .... digital compositor
Brendan Bolles .... compositor: The Orphanage
Kirstin Bradfield .... compositing lead: The Orphanage
Rodney Brunet .... previz supervisor: Troublemaker Studios
Aaron Burns .... 2D artist
Kris Bushover .... information systems: Troublemaker Digital Studios
Daniela Calafatello .... modeler: The Orphanage
Owen Calouro .... matchmove artist: The Orphanage
Josh Cardenas .... digital artist: The Orphanage
Can Chang .... compositor: The Orphanage
Tim Christensen .... compositor: Frantic Films
Webster Colcord .... animator: The Orphanage
Michael Cordova .... compositor
Carole Cowley .... visual effects bidding producer
Joe C. D'Amato .... support and resource admin: The Orphanage
Emily Davis .... visual effects coordinator
Andrew Dela Cruz .... 2D supervisor: Troublemaker Digital Studios
Peter Demarest .... compositor: The Orphanage
Tim Dobbert .... matchmove supervisor: The Orphanage
Jim Eberle .... Flame artist: Troublemaker Digital Studios
Nino Ellington .... resource technical assistant: The Orphanage
Arlend Engar .... digital artist: The Orphanage
Jud Estes .... Flame artist: Troublemaker Digital Studios
James D. Etherington .... digital compositor (segment "Don't" Double Negative)
Arin Finger .... visual effects producer: The Orphanage
James Foster .... digital compositor
Greg Gibson .... technical support
A.B. Govardhan .... senior roto artist: Imageworks India
Michael Hall .... digital artist: The Orphanage
Youngwook Ham .... modeler: The Orphanage
Heather Han .... rotoscope artist: The Orphanage
Jonathan Harman .... senior digital artist: The Orphanage (as Jon Harman)
Aeon Henderson .... digital compositor
Sunghwan Hong .... rotoscope artist: The Orphanage
Jessica Hsieh .... compositor: The Orphanage
Karen Huang .... visual effects production assistant: The Orphanage
Dale Hunter .... digital imaging engineer
Tony Hurd .... production operations manager: the orphanage
Michael Larry Hutchinson .... visual effects assistant editor: The Orphanage
Michael Janov .... computer graphics supervisor: The Orphanage
Matthew W. Johnson .... smoke artist (segment: "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Kareem K.H. .... digital compositor
Christian Kaestner .... film damage compositor: The Orphanage
Michelle Kater .... roto/paint artist: The Orphanage
Jason Key .... digital artist: The Orphanage
Jin Yong Kim .... matchmove artist: The Orphanage (as Jesse Kim)
Amber Kirsch .... visual effects producer
Michal Kriukow .... lead modeler: The Orphanage
Jessica Lai .... matchmove artist: The Orphanage
Danny Lee .... compositor: The Orphanage
Sam Lee .... compositor: The Orphanage
Soyoun Lee .... rotoscope artist: The Orphanage
Woei Lee .... compositor: The Orphanage
Joel LeLièvre .... digital artist: The Orphanage
Andrew Lockley .... digital compositor
Douglas R. MacMillan .... digital artist: The Orphanage
Kevin Mains .... modeler: The Orphanage
Ian McCamey .... visual effects editor: The Orphanage
Kyle McCulloch .... compositor: The Orphanage
Timothy Mueller .... lead compositor: The Orphanage
Aaron Muszalski .... digital artist
Luke O'Byrne .... visual effects executive producer: The Orphanage
Chris Olivia .... previz supervisor
Michael Oregon .... support: The Orphanage
Alex Patanjo .... digital artist: The Orphanage
Eric Pham .... digital color timer
Eric Pham .... main title designer
Alexander Pouchkarev .... modeler: The Orphanage
Sandesh Ramdev .... roto artist
Dav Rauch .... film damage compositing supervisor: The Orphanage
Aaron Rhodes .... rotoscope supervisor: The Orphanage
Grover Richardson .... roto artist: The Orphanage
Carlos Rincones .... visual effects
Shane Roberts .... matte painter: The Orphanage
Robert Rodriguez .... visual effects executive producer (segment "Planet Terror")
Robert Rodriguez .... visual effects supervisor (segment "Planet Terror")
Corey Rosen .... creature supervisor: The Orphanage
Salvador Ruiz .... animator: The Orphanage
Evan Ryan .... resource technical assistant: The Orphanage
Marc Sadeghi .... executive visual effects producer: The Orphanage
V. Samundeswari .... digital compositor
Robert Schajer .... visual effects producer: Frantic Films
Charles Schwartz .... matchmove artist: The Orphanage
Misty Segura-Bowers .... compositor: The Orphanage (as Misty Segura Barbour)
Panneer Selvam .... roto artist: FrameFlow
Chirag R. Shah .... visual effects production coordinator: Imageworks India
Jane Sharvina .... compositing supervisor: Frantic Films
Emmanuel Shiu .... matte painting supervisor: The Orphanage
Asa Shoul .... colourist (trailer segment "Don't")
Bongkee Sohn .... rigger: The Orphanage
Adam Stern .... digital artist: Frantic Films
James Sweeney .... matchmove artist: The Orphanage
Mike Terpstra .... compositor: The Orphanage
Mathew Thomas .... matchmove artist
Alex Toader .... digital artist
Brian Tolle .... matchmove artist: The Orphanage
Ryan Tudhope .... visual effects supervisor: The Orphanage
David Valentin .... visual effects coordinator: The Orphanage
Kristi Valk .... matte painter: The Orphanage
Alex Wang .... lead digital artist: The Orphanage
Gordon T. Wittmann .... visual effects digital production manager: The Orphanage
Tiffany Wu .... visual effects coordinator: The Orphanage
David Aughenbaugh .... digital artist (uncredited)
Robert Barker .... systems engineer: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Lindsay Birmingham .... data coordinator (uncredited)
Laurie Blavin .... recruiter: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Scott Bonnenfant .... texture painter: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Greg Dunn .... systems engineer: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Trina Espinoza .... resource technical assistant: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Simon Eves .... software developer: The Orphanage (uncredited)
David Gladstein .... software developer: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Monique Gougeon .... recruiting: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Rich Grande .... rotoscope artist: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Eloisa Honrada .... roto/paint artist (uncredited)
Michael Honrada .... roto artist (uncredited)
M. Jegan .... digital paint artist (uncredited)
S. Gopi Krishna .... digital paint artist (uncredited)
David H. Lam .... resource technical assistant: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Jimmy Lillard .... visual effects assistant editor: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Todd Lindo .... support and resource admin: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Manikandan .... roto artist (uncredited)
Stuart T. Maschwitz .... senior staff: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Thomas Mathai .... data manager (uncredited)
Dan McNamara .... senior staff: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Mark Moore .... concept artist: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Alex Orzulak .... resource technical assistant: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Christine Peterson .... roto/paint artist: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Ralph Procida .... matchmove artist: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Jonathan Rothbart .... senior staff: The Orphanage (uncredited)
David Stern-Gottfried .... resource technical assistant: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Scott Stewart .... senior staff: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Carsten Sørensen .... senior staff: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Bee Jin Tan .... rotoscope artist: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Sukumaran Lalithambika Vijin .... rotoscope artist (uncredited)
Brent Villalobos .... software developer: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Jaikishan Vyas .... rotoscope artist (uncredited)
Jeremy Yabrow .... software development manager: The Orphanage (uncredited)
Jaime Abregana Jr. .... stunts
Christopher 'Critter' Antonucci .... stunt double
Zoë Bell .... stunts (as Zoe Bell)
Jack Carpenter .... stunts
Jeffrey J. Dashnaw .... stunt coordinator (as Jeff Dashnaw)
Jeremy Fitzgerald .... stunts
J. Armin Garza II .... stunt driver: camera car
Gary Guercio .... stunts
Greg Harris .... stunt performer
Buddy Joe Hooker .... stunt driving double: Kurt Russell
Tracy Keehn-Dashnaw .... stunt double
Josh Kemble .... stunts
Oakley Lehman .... stunts
Malosi Leonard .... stunt double: Quentin Tarantino
Dina L. Margolin .... stunt double
Allan Padelford .... stunts
Chris Palermo .... stunt driver
Darryl Reeves .... stunts
Darryl Reeves .... utility stunts
Curtis Rivers .... stunt double: Matthew Macfadyen (segment "Don't")
Jimmy N. Roberts .... utility stunts
Crystal Santos .... stunt double: Rosario Dawson
Jeff Schwan .... stunts
Karin Silvestri .... stunt double
Karin Silvestri .... stunt double: Vanessa Ferlito
Derek Southers .... stunts
Garrett Warren .... utility stunts
Chrissy Weathersby Ball .... stunt double
Boni Yanagisawa .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Troy Anderson .... rigging electrician
Kelly Bogdan .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Graham Bremner .... grip
Buzzy Burwell .... lighting technician
Richard L. Carden .... best boy grip: additional unit
Scott Conn .... set electrician
Andrew Cooper .... still photographer
James F. Cornick .... best boy
Daryl Didier .... electrician (fake trailer segment "Werewolf Women of the S.S.")
Wes Dixon .... additional electrician
John Eschberger .... electrician
Matt Fliehler .... lighting technician
Albert Frigone .... additional second assistant camera (2006)
Dylan Goss .... aerial director of photography
Robyn Greer .... grip: fake trailer within show
Chip Huntington .... grip
Carlos M. Jimenez .... grip (fake trailer segment "Werewolf Women of the S.S.")
April Kelley .... second assistant camera
Benjamin Kilmer .... grip (fake trailer segment "Werewolf Women of the S.S.")
Dan Kneece .... Steadicam operator (segment "Death Proof")
Kurt Kornemann .... best boy grip
John L. Lewis .... rigging grip
Cas Lincoln .... electrician
Jimmy Lindsey .... camera operator
Jimmy Lindsey .... director of photography: second unit
Justin M. Lubin .... still photographer (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Matthew McGinn .... camera production assistant (segment "Death Proof")
P.K. Munson .... first assistant camera
Edward A. Navarro .... electrician
Clayton Null .... grip
Vince Palomino .... key grip (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Georgia Pierson .... rigging electrician
Rick Pratt .... rigging key grip
Robert Rendon .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Phillip Renke .... best boy rigging grip
Donis Rhoden .... grip
Robert Rodriguez .... camera operator (segment "Planet Terror")
John 'Fest' Sandau .... gaffer
Aaron Schulte .... electrician (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Justin Seyb .... rigging electrician
Mike Sheeren .... dolly grip
Jim Shelton .... key grip: additional unit
Tom Shinn .... rigging best boy electric
Graham Sonnenberg .... electrician
Graham Sonnenberg .... grip
Pete Stockton .... rigging key grip
Stefan Tarzan .... camera operator: "b" camera
Rico Torres .... still photographer
Sebastian Vega .... first assistant camera
Ezra Venetos .... grip
Aaron Atom Vyvial .... grip
Josh Gundling Williamson .... second assistant camera (segment "Werewolf Women of The S.S.") (as Josh Gundling)
Alex Willson .... grip (fake trailer segment "Werewolf Women of the S.S.")
Sean Wright .... grip
Animation Department
Noel Donnellon .... animation producer: fake trailer segment
Paul Donnellon .... animator: fake trailer segment
David Z. Obadiah .... animation producer (fake trailer segment)
Casting Department
J.C. Cantu .... casting associate
Lindsay Graham .... casting assistant
Barbara Harris .... adr voice casting
Rose Wicksteed .... casting assistant (segment "Don't")
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Anna Abbey .... costumer
Betty Chlystek .... pattern maker and fitter
Vanessa Nirode .... key costumer
Jonny Pray .... costume supervisor
A. Clare Capper Wasserman .... costume production assistant
Editorial Department
Paul Allia .... telecine colorist
Mario Barrera .... colorist
Peggy Eghbalian .... assistant editor
Ally Garrett .... assistant editor
Erin Michelle Hopkins .... assistant editor (segment "Death Proof")
Dan Jimenez .... editorial assistant
Jay Mahavier .... assistant editor
Eric McClain .... colorist: dailies (segment "Death Proof")
Bethany Orlemann .... assistant editor (segment "Death Proof")
Daniela Ovi .... post-production coordinator
Joel T. Pashby .... assistant editor
Jim Passon .... color timer
Joe Patnaud .... editorial assistant (fake trailer segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Travis Smith .... apprentice editor
Location Management
Sean Casagrande .... key location assistant
Logan Cooper .... location manager
Dustin Daniels .... location assistant
Robbie Friedmann .... location manager
Ben Gladstone .... location manager (fake trailer segment: "Don't")
Samantha Hollingsworth .... location assistant
Kyle Kaufman .... location scout manager
Suzanne Koneful .... location scout: Back to Back Films Inc.
Jody LeHeup .... location assistant
Kent Matsuoka .... assistant location manager (segment "Death Proof")
Steve White .... location manager
Music Department
Mary Ramos .... music supervisor
David E. Russo .... music programmer
Jim Schultz .... music editor (segment: "Death Proof")
Transportation Department
Tracy Craytor .... production van driver
Bill Lanier .... production assistant: transportation (segment "Death Proof")
Steve Mann .... transportation coordinator
Russell E. Scott .... picture cars
Other crew
Mariana Acuña Acosta .... set production assistant
Adam Alfter .... catering chef
John Arszyla .... medic
Cathy Baron .... stand-in
Bob Bates .... balloon light technician
Paul Beach .... set medic
Ken Beggs .... head animal trainer
Debbie Bilski .... key craft service
Randy Bilski .... on-set medic
Michelle Brew .... stand-in: "Pam", "Cherry"
Ericka Bryce .... production medic
Doug Burch .... adr voice
Travis Carr .... ket set production assistant (segment: "Deathproof")
Justin Carville .... first assistant accountant (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Will Casey .... unit publicist
Mary Beth Chambers .... production assistant (as Mary Beth Meadows)
Tai-San Choo .... accounting clerk
Linda Lee Clark .... craft service assistant (as Linda Clark)
Bob Corff .... dialect coach
Amanda Curry .... first assistant accountant
Michele Cusick .... production assistant (segment "Planet Terror")
Rob DaFoe .... production assistant
Stephanie A. Davis .... production assistant
Sarah Dunsworth .... production assistant
Stephen J. Eads .... assistant: Bruce Willis
Peggy Flood .... adr voice
Patrick Fogarty .... production assistant (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Michael Freeman .... production assistant (segment "Werewolf Women of the S.S.")
Pam Fuller .... script supervisor (as Pam Fuller Vasquez)
Jake Garber .... puppeteer
Jeffrey Gladu .... payroll accountant
Ruben Gonzales .... stand-in
Matthew K. Grigsby .... production accountant
John David Gunkle .... unit manager: locations (fake trailer segment "Don't")
Erika Jeanne Hagler .... production assistant
Amanda Harrington .... production assistant
Justin Haut .... assistant production coordinator (segment: "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Jim Jaffe .... product placement
Paul Katsenis .... production assistant
Justin Kemper .... production assistant
Michelle R. Kendall .... stand in: Rosario Dawson
Laura King .... medic: special effects
Margo Kornemann .... second assistant accountant
Kim LeBlanc .... production assistant
Scott Lilly .... stand-in
Aaron Lee Lopez .... production assistant
Melinda Marroquin .... catering assistant
Matthew McGinn .... high definition service assistant (segment "Planet Terror")
Julian Meiojas .... production assistant (segment "Werewolf Women of the S.S.")
William Starr Mitchell .... lab consultant
Wendi Morris .... assistant: fergie
Jennifer Mosley .... assistant production coordinator: California (segment "Death Proof")
Heidi Brook Myers .... adr loop group
Raquel Pennington .... stand-in
Monika Petrillo .... script supervisor
Dina Marie Piscatelli .... travel liaison (segment "Death Proof")
John R. Preston .... stand-in: "Muldoon"
Katy Preston .... stand-in
Gabe Proctor .... digital imaging assistant
Paul Pryor .... production assistant
Thell Reed .... gun coach: Mr Rodriguez
Mike Revell .... production accountant: California (segment "Death Proof")
Dawn Robinette .... payroll accountant (segment "Planet Terror")
Edgar Sandoval .... production insurance
Marvin Schroeder .... master armorer
Jeremy Shirk .... set security
Joshua Smith .... production coordinator (fake trailer segment)
Graham Sonnenberg .... assistant chef
Damon Speidel .... craft service assistant
Matthew Stein .... studio executive
Cynthia Streit .... production coordinator
Kyle Swanson .... production assistant
Bobby Valdillez .... stand-in
Sasha Veneziano .... assistant production coordinator (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Matt Walla .... production assistant
Kiri Weatherby .... stand-in: Jordan Ladd
John Weeks .... photo double
Andrew White .... motion graphics (fake trailer segment)
Nicole Willared .... product placement
Gary Woldman .... key craft service
Jen Woldrich .... production assistant
Travis Quentin Young .... adr voice
Eric Andersen .... stand-in (uncredited)
Megan Bertrang .... post-production accounting clerk (uncredited)
Karen Davidsen .... assistant: Mr. Roth (uncredited)
Leslie Kolter .... production assistant (uncredited)
Dario Argento .... special thanks (segment "Death Proof")
John Carpenter .... thanks (segment "Planet Terror")
Rana Joy Glickman .... thanks
Alexandra Hayden .... special thanks (segment "Death Proof")
Cindy Mah .... special thanks
George Miller .... special thanks (segment "Death Proof")
Sherman Torgan .... thanks: New Beverly Cinema

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Rated R for strong graphic bloody violence and gore, pervasive language, some sexuality, nudity and drug use
191 min | Canada:189 min (Ontario)
Aspect Ratio:
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Australia:MA15+ | Canada:18A (Alberta/British Columbia/Nova Scotia/Ontario) | Canada:R (Manitoba) | Canada:16+ (Quebec) | France:12 | Ireland:18 | Italy:VM14 | Mexico:B15 | Russia:18+ | Singapore:R21 | South Korea:18 | Sweden:15 | Switzerland:14 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:14 (canton of Vaud) | UK:18 | USA:R (No. 43396)

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The name "Grindhouse" may be taken from a poster from the movie Policewomen (1974). (The font and font coloring used for the opening title sequence in Pulp Fiction (1994) were also the same as used in Policewomen.)See more »
Miscellaneous: Deathproof - at 1h 26m the camera rises up as if on a jig, hits the limit, and bounces down a little. They chose to not cut this out as they wanted the remaining long shot to show the cars driving into the distance.See more »
Stuntman Mike:Well Pam, which way you goin' left or right?
Stuntman Mike:Aww, that's too bad.
Stuntman Mike:Well, because there was a fifty-fifty shot on whether you'd be going left. You see, we're both going left. You could have just as easily been going left too and if that was the case, it would have been awhile before you started getting scared. But since you're going the other way, I'm afraid you're gonna have to start getting scared... immediately!
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246 out of 369 people found the following review useful.
As uproariously funny, perversely disgusting and outrageously awesome as everyone hoped it would be, 4 April 2007
Author: DonFishies from Canada

When I first heard about Grindhouse, I was pretty excited. I have enjoyed practically everything Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez have ever done, so the idea of such a nostalgic homage as Grindhouse really peaked my interest. I was really hyped for the movie, and managed to snag free passes to an advanced screening, and was it ever worth it.

Grindhouse consists of two very different films. The first, Planet Terror, is directed by Rodriguez and is a horror movie about zombies. The second, Death Proof, is directed by Tarantino and is a thriller about a crazed killer who murders women with his car.

Just knowing these two simple plot lines is enough. They are two stand alone films, and they are just as awesome as I thought they would be. This is the closest to a true homage that either director has ever done, and it works amazingly on screen. I was never a big on watching real grindhouse-style films, but these two films are exactly what I would expect them to be like. Just watching the films together was an experience that is simply unmatchable.

I was not expecting anything more than an obscene amount of violence, but the films were a lot more than that. Despite some missing reels, both films have just enough story to actually make them work as conventional films. As said previously, they could easily stand alone away from each other, and still be just as good (but probably not as awesome as they are back-to-back). Having part of the films missing really does not even matter, they work that well without them, and have all the trademark carvings of a Rodriguez or Tarantino film. Planet Terror drags on a bit near the finale, but that seems only because Rodriguez tried to pack in a lot more story to offset the action than the premise really set out for it too. Death Proof is loaded with dialogue, but it comes off brisk and so much faster paced. But all the same, both stay very much in tone with their particular genre.

The missing reels are only a complement to the fact that both of the film's actual picture quality is intentionally absolutely terrible. The films (more so Planet Terror) are scratched up and tarnished to the point where some scenes are practically unwatchable. You just stop seeing the action on screen, and only notice how beat up the print is. It looks old and worn out. And it works wonderfully, and makes the experience all the more authentic. The DVDs will not look anywhere near as stylistically worn as the films do here. Watching these films in perfect quality would just ruin the true homage-style the pair were going for.

The violence in both is another key element to the true impact of both films. Both are quite obscenely violent, and just become downright disgusting in a lot of sequences. They set out to push the limits of conventional 2007 era violence, and they more than do that. People are decapitated, ripped limb from limb, and just shot left, right and center. These people are destroyed beyond all comprehension, and just when you think they have done enough, it just keeps coming. Gorehounds will be in heaven, and those who have trouble looking at more than the slightest hint of blood may need to sit this one out. It gets to the point of being sick and twisted, but it works beautifully in the films, and they just would not be the same without it. The makeup artists put in a lot of work here, and it shows in how graphically violent the films are.

But by pushing it to the limits, the films also become darkly hilarious. It is not just the dialogue that will give you a chuckle, it is the effects and the action happening on screen. In some places, it just becomes so downright ridiculous that you cannot do anything but laugh. A lot of what happens is downright vile and inhumane, but it is done with such style and wit, that it just cannot be anything but hilarious. Every obscene and violent action done in previous Rodriguez and Tarantino movies is more than topped here, and fans will be hard set on not wanting some more by the time Death Proof concludes.

The faux trailers are also a nice touch, and in a way, push the boundaries of violence and hilarity even more so. I do not want to ruin any of them, but I just could not stop laughing. They are absolutely perfect, and they connect the films even more than they are already (not to mention the old-school ratings and preview reels). Rodriguez's Machete trailer that opens Grindhouse is amazing, and sets the tone for everything that follows. They only further how dedicated the filmmakers were to their original visions, and make the film all the more authentic.

The acting is campy, cheesy and right on the mark. Everyone is at their best, no matter how small their role, and no one feels like they are wrong for their part. Rose McGowan is a particular stand-out in both films, delivering every line and action to the highest degree possible. Kurt Russell is another stand-out, playing a character that is so evil that he exhales cool with every breath. And Freddy Rodriguez more than proves that he has what it takes to be a leading man. I did not like one particular character's sudden change half way through their film, but it works for the most part anyway.

There is nothing more I can say but that you need to see this film. It may be imperfect and a bit longish, but it is the closest thing to a brilliant homage that any filmmaker or audience has ever seen. It is everything that anyone could have hoped for and more.


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