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Death Proof [Blu-ray]

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish, English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • DVD Release Date: December 30, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (584 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001L4I1XM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #642,641 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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154 of 174 people found the following review helpful
Just giving a heads, one of the things i wanted to know is if the fake movie trailers would be on the dvd, so once i found out on Movieweb I figured I'd pass it along, nor will they be on the Planet Terror dvd. I was looking forward to Eli Roth's fake trailer for the horror film Thanksgiving.
I personally don't mind that there not being released together and am looking forward to purchasing both movies, although obviously it would be nice to get both together.
Death Proof is one of the best of 2007 so far. It is another cool, original and stylish film from Quentin Tarantino. A cross between a slasher movie where a car is used in place of a knife and an action movie with a chase scene that would rival The French Connection.
Keep an eye on Vanessa Ferlito the actress that plays butterfly, watch for the lap dance scene. She has a real original look. Also Zoe Bell the stuntwoman in real life who worked on the Tarantino's Kill Bill movies, who now is making her acting debut as what else, a bad blank stuntwoman, and she does her own stunts, she performs one, if not the best car chase scene I've seen in a movie.

Special features:
*) Never-before-seen footage including the "missing reel" (containing Vanessa Ferlito's unseen lap-dance sequence) as well as a black-and-white segment in the film's second act
*) Finding Quentin's Gals featurette
*) The Guys of Death Proof featurette
*) Kurt Russell as Stuntman Mike featurette
*) Introducing Zoe Bell featurette
*) Quentin's Greatest Collaborator: Editor Sally Menke featurette
*) Trailer for Double Dare
*) International poster gallery
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374 of 468 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Genius blend of homage and originality August 22, 2007
First, a word about this childish boycott. "Grindhouse" gave us two brilliant genre films for the price of one in the theaters. It was a once in a lifetime experience for most of us and a chance to see the two most bada$* directors in Hollywood give us 3+ hours of hardcore horror/exploitation entertainment including the funniest faux-trailers you're likely to ever see (or not see if you missed it). And it bombed. Big time. Why? Because lazy America said it'd wait for the DVD because both films together were too long and they lost the chance to support a truly brilliant idea and show that we are sick and tired of cardboard cutout PG-13 teen horror and bad remakes of beloved cult classics. They went to see "Disturbia" instead. "Grindhouse" was what true horror fans -hell, what all true film fanatics- have been dying for and shame on all of you who missed it. So the studio took a loss for taking a chance on this idea and as a result, they've split the two films up with extra scenes that were cut for time and are giving us these two films as we haven't yet seen them, each in double-disc editions packed with extras. Awesome, right? Weeeeeellllll, now the same whiners who stiffed the films in the theaters are angry they missed out and want both films on one DVD (as if there'd even be room) for a discount price. Sorry, but it don't work that way. The theatrical cut was packaged as just that, an experience for the theaters simulating the double-feature drive-in days of old. Even if that experience would translate to DVD, why would the company re-release it in the same form that already failed miserably? The bottom line is this: we now have another chance to show that THIS is what we as horror fans want to see and the only way to do that is to buy these great-looking DVDs. Read more ›
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Incrementally superior to the DVD edition (worthy) January 10, 2009
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
'Network connected features for this disk are not yet available. Please check back for updates.' - is what I get when I go to Special Features/BD LIVE. The message is hard-coded into the disk (no attempts are made to actually go online to check for updates) so the BD LIVE option could be a joke but I suspect that not everyone is going to 'get' it.

With or without BD Live, when it comes to a Tarantino movie, I'm a two-timer. I simply HAD to have the Blu version of Death Proof even though, past experience with the Kill Bill 'Blus' was a strong indication that this first Blu-ray edition wasn't going to offer much more than the DVD on-purpose-trashy-looking package. And almost right I was. As with the Kill Bills, the Blu edition has, on one disk only (nice), the 'extended and unrated' version of the movie and all the extras found on the 2-DVD edition. The 3 extra extras not found on the DVD are:

- The uncut version of 'Baby, it's you' with Mary Elizabeth Winstead (absolutely beautiful, a capella)
- A Death Proof 'international trailer' presented in VCR-like resolution (if he likes the way you move, then he decides the way you die)
- Extended music cues, whatever they are
- BD Live (see the first paragraph) for the full explanation
- Audio is available in English, French, Italian and Spanish, ALL as 5.1 Dolby, with the default English sound as 5.1 TrueHD.

Discussing the picture quality of a movie that's 'scratched' on purpose is not easy. Speaking for myself, I ALWAYS notice a significant improvement between DVD and HD. So, to me, the scratches on the BD edition look sharper :) and the TrueHD sound is superior to the DVD experience,

My verdict: I do not regret getting the Blu edition.
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