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The other intermission stuff


#1

Let’s see, what else was there…



"Eat at The Acuna Boys!"



Very brief “Go see a movie” old-time Drive-In ad. I think this played after Thanksgiving, right?



Jaguar cartoon! Everybody in your theater was like WTF? huh :smiley:



I also loved the “new” (Or shall I say, “cheap and old”) logos for Troublemaker and Dimension studios. My heart-rate especially turned up a notch when the opening car rev’s of “The Last Race” were heard shortly before "Quentin Tarantino’s THUNDERB…I mean “Death Proof” blasted onto the screen!


#2

the Acuna boys was awesome. throughout the movies you see people drinking takeout Acuna boys soda and stuff


#3

For those who saw the Canadian release (Or provinces of Canada, for that matter) where was “Hobo/Shotgun” placed at?


#4

[quote=“Laydback”]
For those who saw the Canadian release (Or provinces of Canada, for that matter) where was “Hobo/Shotgun” placed at?
[/quote]

Anyone?


#5

[quote=“The Seb”]
the Acuna boys was awesome. throughout the movies you see people drinking takeout Acuna boys soda and stuff
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Bill’s dad got a kind of gang made of all the fatherless sons

I think this gang is The Acuna Boys, but I’m not sure

please check this! cuz right now I can’t


#6

Yeah The Acuna Boys are from Kill Bill AND the town El Mariachi takes place in.


#7

That food looked disgusting…



can’t wait for the ingrediants for it on Rodriguez’s DVD though


#8

[quote=“TurboMan”]
That food looked disgusting…



can’t wait for the ingrediants for it on Rodriguez’s DVD though
[/quote]

Naw, I expect Rodriguez to give us the secret to J.T.'s BBQ recipe instead of that Acuna Boys stuff. Some of it did look a little nasty, I agree.


#9

[quote=“Laydback”]
For those who saw the Canadian release (Or provinces of Canada, for that matter) where was “Hobo/Shotgun” placed at?
[/quote]

I think it was before PT because there were already three before DP.


#10

Did it take Machete’s place then? If not, Extra long movie!


#11

[quote=“Laydback”]
Naw, I expect Rodriguez to give us the secret to J.T.'s BBQ recipe instead of that Acuna Boys stuff. Some of it did look a little nasty, I agree.
[/quote]

na, JR gave his BBQ Recipe to his brother right before he died, so we already know how to make that crap


#12

[quote=“Laydback”]
Did it take Machete’s place then? If not, Extra long movie!
[/quote]

I don’t think it did…where’s Navajas? I’m sure he’d know.


#13

The old looking Dimension logo, the one that said DPI was an actual logo for an actual company called Dimension Films or Pictures back in the 70’s. I just saw this very same logo at the Grindhouse fest before a few films, Screams On A Winter Night being one of them.


#14

[quote=“Stuntman Mike B”]
The old looking Dimension logo, the one that said DPI was an actual logo for an actual company called Dimension Films or Pictures back in the 70’s. I just saw this very same logo at the Grindhouse fest before a few films, Screams On A Winter Night being one of them.
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I knew that Dimension logo looked kinda familiar! At first, I just thought it was a (literally) dark take on the AIP logo.



Rodriguez’s “R.I.P” logo looked badass as well. Anybody got any screencaps?


#15

I think the RIP grave logo was a dark take on the AIP logo (the blue sky/yellow AIP symbol)



I dont think I ever saw the old Dimension Films title card before though.


#16

Hobo with a Shotgun played before the beginning of the movie… Before Machete, before the opening credits, before everything…


#17

insted of The Acuna Boys it shoud have been big kahuna Burger


#18

Yeah, I would’ve gotten up and cheered for Big Kahuna Burger


#19

Oh Yea Same Here Dude i Mean The Acuna Boys only came out in JB Now Big Kahuna Burger Pulp Fiction, four Rooms, FDTD,Sharkboy and lavagirl. ;D 8)


#20

it was in FDTD and Sharkboy and Lavagirl?