Quentin Tarantino's Rolling Thunder Pictures Triple Feature (The Mighty Peking Man / Detroit 9000 / Switchblade Sisters)
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This DVD compilation brings together three classic Tarantino favorites for any film buff, including The Mighty Peking Man, Detroit 9000 and Switchblade Sisters.
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The set is made of up three Exploitation films from the 70s that helped inspire director Quentin Tarantino, whose Rolling Thunder pictures re-released the films in the 90s. All three films were previously released on DVD in single editions and this new triple feature set has all three films on a single sided, duel layered disc. I was disappointed at first as I was hoping it would be a double disc set along the lines of Shout! Factory's Roger Corman sets but alas the quality of the transfers doesn't suffer too much from being crammed onto one disc and the set is FAR better than the bargain Miramax sets Echo Bridge has been pumping out.
There are no special features and the entertaining commentary with director Jack Hill and Quentin Tarantino on the single DVD release of "Switchblade Sisters" is missing but a nicely priced bargain set like this one can't complain. The widescreen transfers are all anamorphic and the digital blocks common with cramming three films onto a single dvd is kept to an absolute minimum and didn't hinder my enjoyment of the films at all. Blu-Ray enthusiest will no doubt be disappointed but again this is a bargain set and the transfers are much better than expected for all films being on a single disc. If your a fan of 70s exploitation films then this set is a must own!
None of these films has the slightest bit of class--and that's why they're fun. Just go with it--and enjoy yourself.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Three great drive-in/Grindhouse classics. The Mighty Peking Man is a joy to watch.Published 19 months ago by Philip K. Onstott
Only in the early to mid-Seventies could you find a line-up like this at the local passion pit. THE MIGHTY PEKING MAN isn't quite up there with the best of the Godzilla franchise... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Bob S