GCU is joined by Mike Wood of The Grindbin Podcast to discuss Quentin Tarantino’s Grindhouse film, Death Proof (2007), and a clear Tarantino inspiration, Vanishing Point (1971).
Bonus GCU episode! No cinematic universe here, though. Instead, the boys discuss the DC Universe app including the Doom Patrol and Titans series as well as the app’s comic book selection.
It’s a Pam Grier double feature! The Grawlix Cinematic Universe discusses the 1974 blaxploitation classic, Foxy Brown, and Quentin Tarantino’s 1997 heist movie, Jackie Brown.
GCU discusses the Tarantino penned, Rodriguez directed From Dusk Till Dawn. Then hop over to the comedy anthology experiment Four Rooms, written and directed by Allison Anders, Alexandre Rockwell, Robert Rodriguez, and Quentin Tarantino.
Time to talk about a true Quentin Tarantino double feature. Up first is the Tarantino penned, Tony Scott directed True Romance, starring Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette. The 2nd movie this episode is Tarantino’s 2nd movie, Pulp Fiction.
It’s a heist double feature! Grawlix Cinematic Universe reviews Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs and Stanley Kubrick’s The Killing.
Randy reacts to the greatest movies ever made… that Jasper has never seen. Enjoy this outtake from the Grawlix Cinematic Universe movie podcast.
We look back at GCU #11 – #19 and all 18 movies we reviewed therein and ask… what if? What if instead of mashing up Home Alone and Die Hard we combined Home Alone and Freddy vs Jason? How about Krampus and Die Hard and Drive?
Happy New Year! Favorite GCU moments of 2018 including Top 5 movie mashup pitches!
Yippee ki yay, ya’ filthy animal! This Christmas Eve the Grawlix Cinematic Universe has left the gift of Christmas siege movies! The review Home Alone (1990) and Die Hard (1988).