We have miles to go before we sleep so we’re hitting the gas on another commentary track as we talk through one of Agatha’s favorite films: the extended cut of Quentin Tarantino’s exploitation tribute Death Proof. We’ll discuss how the film’s subject matter reflects some of Tarantino’s less savory personality traits and personal history, note how the film was expanded from the version presented in Grindhouse, and point out some of Tarantino’s cinematic allusions. Listen for our countdown to start your copy of the movie. Warning: Contains explicit language, spoilers, and lots of pretty cars.
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