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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Ozu_Teapot's rating of the film Planet Terror

  2. abyantama's rating of the film Planet Terror

  3. NUGA's rating of the film Planet Terror

    An exploitation film homage, made better by its brilliant double feature debut, along side some of the most renowned "flick-makers" there are, Planet Terror excels in what it's trying to do. Over-the-top action, smart gore and violence, hot babes, catchphrases a plenty, and even some surprising angle shots choices made by Rodriguez. Characters are somewhat bland, not that the movie needs the complexity.

  4. Log Lady's rating of the film Planet Terror

    After seeing Tarantino's self-indulgent Deathproof, I didn't expect to love Rodriguez's Grindhouse contribution as much as I did. The amazing camerawork (especially when the zombies were standing outside the steakhouse), ickiness (eating while watching was the worst idea), great atmosphere, and sleaze just dripping everywhere completely drew me in. Nasty excess and loads of cringey moments, but I loved it!

  5. David Sindmark Hörnfeldt's rating of the film Planet Terror

    Too self aware. But at least silly. Someone once said that Planet Terror is what b-movies should be and Death Proof can be and that's very true.

  6. Il secondo maestro del revolver's rating of the film Planet Terror

  7. Balthaz21's rating of the film Planet Terror

  8. Enkiled's rating of the film Planet Terror

    Since the rating for any film starring Rose McGowan starts from 3 stars, this was terrible

  9. Thomas Dods's rating of the film Planet Terror

    The better of the two "Grindhouse" movies. Daft pastiche which is good fun and is clearly in love with the zombie exploitation films of the 70s and 80s.

  10. James Mackin's rating of the film Planet Terror

  11. goeienag's rating of the film Planet Terror

    Pretentiously campy but with gore this gooey, I can't not watch it every other month.

  12. Star Lord's rating of the film Planet Terror

    Film discreto, niente di eccezionale ed un po' troppo splatter.

  13. Stefano Pesenti C.'s rating of the film Planet Terror

  14. Ilaq's rating of the film Planet Terror

  15. CinemaDead's rating of the film Planet Terror

    Rodriguez gets ahead of the zombie craze that would explode in the 2010's with this really funny homage to the zombies movies from the 70's and 80's

  16. Dogukan4Ever's rating of the film Planet Terror

    2007, dir. ROBERT RODRIGUEZ - 5/10 (USA)

  17. The Macho King's rating of the film Planet Terror

  18. Squashua's rating of the film Planet Terror

    As far as pastiches go, this has some vibrant touches technically & artistically plus references the most notable aspects of the 60s B-movie/sexploitation/schlock horror era. The problem here really is Rodriguez who is the kind of director who you can imagine jacks off to how great he thinks he is. His aesthetic is pure excess but, 70% of the time, in a clumsy, nasty, pervy, unnecessary way that clouds the potential.

  19. DrFirestone's rating of the film Planet Terror

    Highly stylized, over the top action/horror film. It definitely has some interesting and cool characters and moments, bogged down by boring and weak parts. Not sure to what extent Tarantino was involved in Planet Terror (or if he was involved at all?) but it has that moments of madness typical to Tarantino movies :)

  20. Nikola Enchev's rating of the film Planet Terror

    Summarizes quite neatly, in good humour of course, everything to dislike about horror films: the fact that they are more silly than scary, that slow zombies are pointless, and that there's only so much you can do when your plot devices are limited to "Aaargh!", "Aaaaaaargh!" and "Ruuuuun!" So if you watch it for that, it's quite fun. If you want more substance, you should go to the Cabin in the Woods...

  21. svenrufus's rating of the film Planet Terror

    Hmm, it's not that it's a 'bad' film - I actually really love the concept, and how OTT it is, but a film like this (if you can say 'a film like this' about this) can only work with a good dose of humur, and sadly I think this just isn't funny enough. There are great moments, but the whole is a bit flat. It succeeded on being gross, even in some scares, but not on the laughs Im afraid.

  22. Steve G.'s rating of the film Planet Terror

    Thoroughly enjoyable action-horror from the usually dreadful Robert Rodriguez. Leaves a couple of interesting subplots disappointingly undeveloped but the main meat of it is very good fun indeed. Even Jeff Fahey is really good in it. I think that says a lot.

  23. Tommaso Paola's rating of the film Planet Terror

  24. lostlevel's rating of the film Planet Terror

    Slightly better than I remembered it being last time.

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