From Dusk Till Dawn (1996)

Deliriously violent and gory as all get-out, Robert Rodriguez's  
Mexican-biker-vampire flick isn't for everyone.  The body parts fly  
in the second-half of this Quentin Tarantino-scripted story about  
two bank-robbing brothers (played by Tarantino and TV actor George  
Clooney) who stumble upon an undead topless bar after crossing the  
border.  As he did in DESPERADO, Rodriguez pulls out all the stops.   
He bathes his characters in buckets of blood, forcing them through a  
harrowing gauntlet of decapitated heads, exploding bodies, and  
solemn `Nam speeches.  He even lets Cheech Marin walk away with  
three roles.  (Anyone up for a tally of how many times Cheech says  
the p-word?)  It's all in good, "B"-movie fun and should be taken--  
by those with strong stomachs-- as nothing more. (Rated "R"/~110  
Grade: B-

Copyright 1996 by Michael J. Legeros 

Originally posted to triangle.movies

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