EW Online has this cool interview with Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez regarding their upcoming joint venture, Grind House.
Whether he was directing or writing, I really dug Tarantino's innovative story narratives from his early movies, especially Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and True Romance. Since Jackie Brown, though, I haven't been much of a fan. Something feels gimmicky to me about his work since the mid-90s.
I'm a big fan of the visual way in which Rodriguez tells a story. Sin City was brilliant, I thought, and I really liked the early Spy Kids flicks. I may be the only person in America over the age of 17 who liked The Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl.
Grind House sounds like it may be a winner when it's released in 2007.