A Double Feature of Quentin Tarantino
Wednesday 19 December 2012
A double feature of Quentin Tarantino double-headers!
Are you as excited for Django Unchained as we are? Well good golly, hop in your Pussy Wagon and get your butts primed with our double-header of Quentin Tarantino double-headers! First up is Kill Bill Volumes 1 & 2, the cinematic mashup starring Uma Thurman as a badass samurai assassin looking to take down her former boss Bill (David Carradine). Next up is Grindhouse, Tarantino’s homage to the great cinema of the 1970s, screened in its original double-feature theatrical version, complete with all those amazing trailers!
Wednesday, December 19th, 2012
- 4:15pm: Kill Bill
- 9:00pm: Grindhouse
Kill Bill Double Feature: $14 (no single tickets sold)
Grindhouse Double Feature: $14 (no single feature tickets sold)
See all 4 films for $20
- Wed 19 Dec 2012, 4:15pm
Kill Bill Parts 1 and 2
directed by Quentin Tarantino starring Uma Thurman, David Carradine in English
See both Kill Bill Volume 1 and Kill Bill Volume 2 together in one great special feature!
Kill Bill Volume 1 starts at 5:15pm and Volume 2 starts at roughly 7:30. The Bride, a former professional assassin and pregnant, is shot and left for dead at her wedding, by none other than her former boss Bill. She wakes up from a coma after five years, without her baby, and sets out for revenge. After regaining strength, she goes on a quest to kill everyone who betrayed her, and, in the end, she will KILL BILL.
The cinematic mashup starring Uma Thurman as a badass samurai assassin looking to take down her former boss Bill (David Carradine).
- Wed 19 Dec 2012, 9:00pm
directed by Quentin Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez in English
The Grindhouse Double Feature experience contains age restriction cartoons, fast food ads (Acuna Boys Tex-Mex Food), alternate studio and film title cards (Rodriguez International Pictures, Dimension Films) that put the two films in a supercool retro 70s atmosphere. The fake trailer for the film Machete plays before Planet Terror and the other three trailers (Don’t, Thanksgiving, and Werewolf Women of the SS) play before Death Proof begins.
Tarantino’s homage to the great cinema of the 1970s, screened in its original double-feature theatrical version, complete with all those amazing trailers!