DIRECTED BY QUENTIN TARANTINO, ROBERT RODRIGUEZ, ELI ROTH, EDGAR WRIGHT AND ROB ZOMBIE

Grindhouse 2008

Grindhouse

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Starring

Bruce Willis
Bruce Willis
Quentin Tarantino
Quentin Tarantino
Lucy Punch
Lucy Punch
Danny Trejo
Cheech Marin
Rose McGowan
Freddy Rodrguez
Marley Shelton
Jeff Fahey
Michael Biehn
Rebel Rodriguez
Naveen Andrews
Julio Oscar Mechoso
Stacy Ferguson
Nicky Katt
Hung Nguyen
Cecilia Conti
Tommy Nix
Tom Savini
Carlos Gallardo
Skip Reissig
Electra Avellan
Elise Avellan
Michael Parks
Greg Kelly
Jerili Romeo
Troy Robinson
Derek Southers
Jason Douglas
Felix Sabates
Doran Ingram
Johnny Reno
Vanessa Ferlito
Jordan Ladd
Sydney Tamiia Poitier
Tracie Thoms
Zoe Bell
Marcy Harriell
Eli Roth
Omar Doom
Michael Bacall
Monica Staggs
Jonathan Loughran
Marta Mendoza
Tim Murphy
Melissa Arcaro
James Parks
Eurlyne Epper
Jamie L. Dunno
Helen Kim
Tina Rodriguez
Jeff Rendell
Liliya Malkina
Kevin Wasner
Jay Hernandez
Mike McCarty
Mark Bakunas
Vendula Bednarova
Petr Vancura
Karel Vansek
Katherin-Ellen Zabehlicky
Chris Briggs
Daniel S. Frisch
Udo Kier
Sheri Moon Zombie
Tom Towles
Sybil Danning
Andrew Martin
Bill Moseley
Oleg Aleksandrovich Prudius
Olja Hrustic
Meriah Nelson
Lorielle New
Michael Deak
Matthew Macfadyen
Katie Melua
Stuart Wilson
Kevin Wilson
Nicholas Wilson
Georgina Chapman
Emily Booth
MyAnna Buring
Rafe Spall
Elena Kolpachikova
Kelley Robins
Alison Bacon
Alice Kim Cage
Leroy Castanon
Kate Clark
Jake Garber
Beth Gosnell
Samantha Inoue Harte
Melanie Jayne
Stephanie Katz
Tito Larriva
Andrea Lee
Alicia Rachel Marek
John McLean
Rajiv Patel
Bobbie Ragsdale
Emmy Robbin
Patricia A. Robinson
Robert Rodriguez
Christine Rose
Kelly Ryan
Ava Santana
Mikhail Sebastian
Gary Teague
Charlita Williams
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UK BBFC Age Rating:  18 age rating
UK release date UK release: 28th March 2008
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £27.2 Thousand

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