Grindhouse Finally Coming to Blu-ray / DVD in Its Complete Form?

Even though it pretty much failed as a box office experiment we’re all pretty big fans of the Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino celebration of gory B Movies that was Grindhouse. And while fans were divided on which movie was better, Planet Terror or Death Proof everyone pretty much agreed on one thing — the faux trailers between the features were friggin’ amazing!

Yep, for a lot of people the short glimpses at Rodriguez’s (Machete), Eli Roth’s (Thanksgiving), Rob Zombie’s (Werewolf Women of the S.S.) and Edgar Wright’s (Don’t) pretty much stole the show and everyone was disappointed these trailers never made the jump to home video when the package was broken up. So why are we diggin’ up all this ancient history?

Over on Edgar Wright’s Twitter page the director posted the following a little while ago …

“So, get this, tomorrow I am doing a commentary on ‘Don’t’. Some of you will know what that means is finally happening.”

Finally happening? A complete Blu-ray or DVD? We’ll keep our ears open for you! In the interim check out the trailers below.

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  • LifeMi

    Not sure if this one will be worth picking up. I dug the hell out of Planet Terror, but Death Proof sucked hamster balls. It’ll depend on the special features.

  • Terminal

    I’ll likely get this only for the fake trailers. Planet Terror has lost much of its charm, and Death Proof is about the same as I left it: just good enough.
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  • Vanvance1

    I really enjoyed Planet Terror and loved the trailers between the movies.

    I thought Death Proof was passable during the moments of real life stunt work; when the dialogue began (and went on and on and on) it sounded like Tarantino talking to a table full of his clones.