THE DAILY GRIND(HOUSE)
...We just cut up our girlfriend with a chainsaw. Does that sound "fine"?
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
Aka The Executioner aka Like Father, Like Son. This is the Grindhouse version of The Godfather! And dammit, its good.

Duke Mitchell directed, wrote, starred and did the music for this flick. It may be egocentric, but he makes it work on all levels.

The opening scene definitely inspired Quentin Tarantino, specifically his Pulp Fiction characters Vincent & Jules. Duke Mitchell & Vic Caesar play two mafia madmen who open up like gang busters executing anybody that dares get in their way. All this happens while an Italian love song plays in the background. Brilliant.If your a fan of 70's fashion, pasta and even afro pimps this movie is for you.

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1 Comments:
Anonymous L1F3 said...
I had seen the clip that Tarantino reworked for "Pulp Fiction", still need to see the whole film though...


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