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  • Actors: Harvey Keitel, George Clooney, Juliette Lewis, Quentin Tarantino, Ernest Liu
  • Directors: Robert Rodriguez, Sarah Kelly
  • Format: PAL, Special Edition, Widescreen, Subtitled
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Dimension Films
  • DVD Release Date: 24 Sept. 2001
  • Run Time: 104 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (146 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005M1Y3
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,806 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Product Description

Disc 1: From Dusk Till Dawn
From the creators of Pulp Fiction and Desperado comes this wild and wicked action thriller about two bothers on a desperate crime spree. Quentin Tarantino stars as a deranged convict who, along with his brother (George Clooney), kidnaps a preacher and his two kids (including Juliette Lewis--Natural Born Killers) and flees for the safety of a remote nightclub in Mexico. But once they arrive, they discover that the club is anything but a safe haven for criminals. Its bloodthirsty clientele forces the brothers to team up with their hostages in order to escape alive.

Bonus Materials:
Audio Commentary
Outtakes
Hollywood goes to Hell Featurette
Theatrical Trailer
The Art of Making the Movie
Deleted Scenes and Alternative takes on the set
Music Video--"Tito and Tarrantula After Dark"
Music Video--ZZ Top "She's Just Killing At Me
Still Gallery
Cast Biographies
Crew Biographies
DVD Credits and Thanks

Disc 2: Full Tilt Boogie
From the girl who made coffee on the set of Pulp Fiction, comes the groundbreaking feature-length documentary about the journey of the film crew making From Dusk Till Dawn. Features the cast and crew of From Dusk Till Dawn

Bonus Materials:
Crew Biographies--Sarah Kelly, Rana Joy Churchman, Vicki Lucai

Dolby Digital 5.1
Languages: English
Subtitles: English / English for the hearing impaired (no subtitles on Full Tilt Boogie)
Widescreen 1.85:1
Format 1.33:1

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From a match made in heaven comes a movie spawned in hell! From Dusk Till Dawn sees young hotshot director Robert Rodriquez (El Mariachi, Desperado) team up with Pulp Fiction auteur Quentin Tarantino (offering his services as writer and costar) to make this outrageous, no-holds-barred hybrid of high-octane crime and gruesome horror. Tarantino plays Richard Gecko, a borderline psychopath who breaks his career-criminal brother, Seth (George Clooney), out of prison, after which they rob a bank and leave a trail of dead and wounded in their bloody wake. Then they hijack a mobile home driven by a former Baptist minister (Harvey Keitel) who quit the church after his wife's death and hit the road with his two children (played by Juliette Lewis and Ernest Liu). Heading to Mexico with their hostages, the infamous Gecko brothers arrive at the Titty Twister bar to rendezvous for a money drop, but they don't realise that they've just entered the nocturnal lair of a bloodthirsty gang of vampires! With not-so-subtle aplomb, Rodriguez and Tarantino shift into high gear with a non-stop parade of gore, gunfire and pointy-fanged mayhem featuring Salma Hayek as a snake-charming dancer whose bite is much worse than her bark. If you're a fan of Tarantino's lyrical dialogue and pop-cultural wit, you'll have fun with the road-film half of this supernatural horror-comedy, but if your taste runs more to exploding heads and eyeballs, sloppy entrails and morphing monsters, the second half provides a connoisseur's feast of gross-out excess. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com
On the DVD: the DVDs lavish features on us. The outtakes and deleted scenes are more of the same--exploding bellies, pus, blood and naked women with large teeth. The documentary "Full Tilt Boogie" is entertaining enough; the row with the unions, which it faithfully records, raises real issues about independent filmmakers and their work force. There are two music videos, a stills gallery, a reasonably acute commentary by Rodriguez and Tarantino and material about the art direction. The film is presented in Dolby Digital and a widescreen ratio of 1.85:1 as well as an ordinary one of1.33.1. --Roz Kaveney

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Michael Crane on 8 Nov. 2003
Format: DVD
Having trouble finding a good vampire flick that's exciting and scary? Looking for something that doesn't abide by regular horror genera rules? "From Dusk Till Dawn" may be the one to choose. With a sizzling screenplay by Quentin Tarantino and perfectly directed by Robert Rodriguez, this is a horror/thriller to remember.
The Gecko brothers are two extremely violent criminals who end up taking a family hostage. The family is forced to drive the notorious brothers to the end of the border. They end up making a pit stop at a Mexican bar, where the brothers are supposed to meet their contact. However, things get out of hand when it turns out that the place is contaminated with vampire strippers and truckers. You add all of those elements together and you get one hell of a ride that you'll never forget.
I'm not the biggest fan of vampires, but I thought this was an EXCELLENT movie. It's unpredictable and exhilarating. You have no idea where the movie will take you until it's all said and done. This is not your ordinary vampire flick, and that's what makes this movie so great. It's a breath of fresh air and so much more.
The acting really makes the movie what it is. George Clooney gives a remarkable performance (this was before he was the big star that he is today). Quentin Tarantino does a great job of contributing dark and chaotic humor to the film with his role. Other major players include Harvey Keitel, Juliet Lewis, Cheech Marin and plenty more. The screenplay by Tarantino is great and never misses a beat. It's packed with snappy dialogue that one would not expect to hear in a horror movie. Rodriguez does an exceptional job of directing as well.
"From Dusk Till Dawn" is a wildly entertaining flick that really stands out from the others.
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48 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Max Kämmerer on 1 Jan. 2012
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
At first i wasn't sure if i should buy the Blu-Ray version of this movie because there were no other reviews but now i'am happy i did it ;)
This Review isn't realy about the movie but more about the Blu-Ray release of it, because everyone should know this movie anyways!

The Case includes nothing but the Blu-Ray.
On the Disc you have besides the movie the following Bonus Features:
Audio Commentary by Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino
Outtakes
Hollywood Goes to Hell Featurette
2 Music Videos (After Dark - Tito & Tarantula, She's Just Killing me - ZZ Top)
Stills Gallery
The Art of Making the Movie
Deleted Scenes & Alternative Takes
On the Set Featurette
Theatrical Trailer

These Bonus Features are pretty intresting and give you a good look behind the scenes. (About an Hour and Half)
The Movie looks very nice in 1080p, sure there are Blu-Ray's with better Quality but it's definetly an upgrade from DVD.

I'am very happy that i finally bought this Movie on Blu-Ray and it's well worth it's price.
I hope this Review helps you with the decision whether or not to buy it.

For any misspelling i'am very sorry but english isn't my primary language ;)
If there are any further questions please contact my via comment.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Spike Owen TOP 500 REVIEWER on 28 Mar. 2011
Format: DVD
It was probably the most fun I had at the cinema back in 1996. I absolutely love From Dusk Till Dawn, very much one of those films that you either buy into or you don't. There's no surprise element with the film, you get everything that director Robert Rodriguez and writer Quentin Tarantino said you would get; a hard buttocked road movie that turns into a raging B horror movie gore fest.

The plot, for what's it's worth, sees two criminal brothers, Seth {George Clooney} & Richie Gecko {Tarantino} on the lam after Richie breaks Seth out of prison. They are heading for the haven of Mexico with wads of cash garnered from a robbery. After overcoming a couple of fatal {for others} hiccups, the brothers, in need of a vehicle, kidnap faithless minister Jacob (Harvey Keitel), his daughter Kate (Juliette Lewis) and adopted son Scott {Ernest Liu }. From here they must make it to a rendezvous point in Mexico; a bar called the Titty Twister, where they will exchange cash with a friend of Seth's and start their new lives as Mexican civilians. Trouble is is that the Titty Twister isn't no ordinary bar, it's a vampire stronghold and the Geko's-and there newly acquired captives, are on the menu. Can they make it till dawn and let the daylight be their saviour? Swearing, blood, limbs severed, nudity, violence, sexual references, guns, more violence, more blood, other weapons, lots of teeth, bats, a snake, more violence. On it goes really, yet as Rodriguez and Tarantino start thrusting a blunt blade into your stomach, you really should be feeling them also caressing the funny bones in both your arms. For it's a key point that From Dusk Till Dawn is a dam funny film as well, something that bizarrely many critics have failed to understand.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Steve on 26 Nov. 2004
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When I first saw this film on TV, I had no idea what it was about. I switched onto it 20 minutes in and watched with mild interest the developing story of two violent criminals with their hostages escaping to Mexico with a wad of loot. Only the big names and many familiar faces kept me watching. Whilst the performances were powerful, there was little in any of the characters to empathise with. I think you were supposed to quite like the cool and commanding Seth (George Clooney) as he only murdered people "he had to" (as opposed to his psycho brother Richie - played by Quentin Tarrantino - who kills, rapes at the drop of a hat and whines a lot).
It's all a little uncomfortable and serious......until they reach the remote Mexican bar called the Titty Twister. Then it changes. The two crooks take the scared hostages (a disillusioned preacher - played by Harvey Keitel - and his two teenage kids) into this sordid nightspot. The hard customers are all bikers and truckers. There are numerous near naked beauties dancing on tables and in wall niches and here is where the film provides it's shocking twist - all the people working in the bar (including the bare babes - and the gorgeous Salma Hayek who performs a terrifically sensual table dance) are in fact Vampires. Not your Christopher Lee type, but hideous, vile flesh eaters.
In a flash the vampires turn to their hideous state and a gory, but highly humorous battle kicks off as the vampires lay into the motley clientele.
Anyone who has seen the film Desperado will recognise many of the cast of this film.
This is a pretty unique film and I've watched it many times now. I get great pleasure lending it to the unknowing who can benefit from the shock of the film changing from the 'escaped convicts and their hostages' drama to the horror-gore flick it ends as.
Great fun - buy it.
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