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From Dusk Till Dawn [Region 2] [Special Edition]


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Format: DVD (R18)
Release Date: 08 May 2002

It's non-stop thrills when George Clooney (The Perfect Storm, Three Kings) and Quentin Tarantino (Pulp Fiction) star as the Gecko brothers - two dangerous outlaws on a wild crime spree! After kidnapping a father (Harvey Keitel - U571) and his two kids (including Juliette Lewis - Natural Born Killers), the Geckos head south to a seedy Mexican bar to hide out in safety. But when they face the bar's truly notorious clientele, they're forced to team up with their hostages in order to make it out alive!

This is a Region 2 disc. A multi-region player is required in order to play this disc in Australia.

Run Time: 103 minutes
Studio: Dimension Films
FullScreen: None
Widescreen: Yes
Format: PAL
Aspect: 1.78:1
Region: 2
Director: Robert Rodriguez
Cast: George Clooney, Harvey Keitel, Juliette Lewis, Salma Hayek, Cheech Marin, Quentin Tarantino, Ernest Liu, Danny Trejo, Tom Savini, Fred Williamson
Subtitles: English for the Hearing Impaired, English
Audio: German Dolby Digital 2.0 surroun, English Audio Commentary Dolby D
Extra Features: Menu Animation & Audio, Audio Commentary: Robert Rodriguez & Quentin Tarantino, Outtakes, Featurette: Hollywood Goes To Hell, Theatrical Trailer, Music Video: After Dark-Tito & Tarantula, Music Video: She's Just Killing Me-ZZ Top, Gallery-Photo, Featurette: The Art Of Making The Movie (4), Deleted Scenes, Featurette: On The Set, Biographies-Cast & Crew, DVD Credits, Scene Selection Anim & Audio
Publisher: DIM
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6 review(s)
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Hori Tutaki on
Quentin Tarantino loves to make the kind of films that have a hell of a lot of blood and are rather disturbing in content. This is no exception. Based upon two brothers who are bank robbers kidnapping a flim. they then good to the meeting place and stumble onto a vampire den. Best scene is the sexy dance but the hot babe, very very nice.
Karen Hardwick on
The first time that I watched this movie, I wasn't a big fan. But then I started to get into the kind of movie that Quentin does. It's action packed, lots of gore which I love, and Goerge Clooney is in it. What more could you want! Tarantino is brilliant and I enjoy ANYTHING he is envolved with, whether he has written or directed the movie!
Shane Westmore on
This is really two different movies thrown into one. The first half is about two guys who have just staged a robbery and how they intend to get across the border to Mexico and the people they meet along the way, and the second half is finding out that the bar they stop in is full of vampires. As ridiculous as this sounds it's actually a fun movie to watch and the dialogue and plot isn't that bad. The sexual nature of Tarantino's character is pretty funny and the rapport between him and his brother played by George Clooney is just as hilarious. The short monologue by Cheech Marin outside the Mexican bar is absolute comedy gold, even if it is totally disgusting. Lots of laughs, action, gore and other disgusting things.
Tanzin Ahmed on
The notorious Gecko Brothers, two of America's most dangerous criminals, are on the run from the Texas police and the FBI after a crime spree through the Southwest. Across the border in Mexico, the mysterious Carlos offers sanctuary to criminals on the lam, but first they must slip past the border patrol. Enter the Fuller family: Jacob, a minister who has lost his faith and his children, the vulnerable teenage Kate and her younger brother Scott, on a road trip in their new R.V. The Gecko Brothers kidnap the Fullers and high-tail it to freedom with the promise to let the family go once they hook up with their criminal connection in Mexico. The rendezvous point is the Titty Twister, the wildest bar this side of the Rio Grande. The night is full of seductive promise as the group settles back to wait for Carlos and his boys to arrive at sunrise. But unbeknownst to the brothers or their hostages, the management and staff of this particular establishment have a taste for blood--in the vampire sense.
Michael Dore on
When you first watch this movie you are thinking its a typical tarantino flick,but then it turns into some thing from Tales from the crypt.It is a great film and if you have seen the other tarantino films you might like the different aproach to the latter part of this movie.The vampires are prety cool and Cheech as allways plays a funny role in it,It was a good thing to kill off taranino in the film because he cant act for crap.He is a great writer/dierector but unfortuately he is no good at acting.
Tessa Chudy on
Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino combine for this twisted vampire movie. Two bank robbers kidnapp a family and hold up at a roadhouse, little knowing that after dark everyone at the road house turn into very ugly very hungry vampires. Outrageous, rather sick, very twisted and a hell of a ride. But not for the faint hearted.

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