From The Quentin Tarantino Archives
Revision as of 23:11, 23 November 2016 by Pete
Detroit 9000 is a 1973 crime film directed by Arthur Marks.
- Released in 1973
- Directed by Arthur Marks
- ...aka Detroit Heat (1998) (USA: video title)
- Internet Movie Database
- Detroit 9000 at GCDb
- Region 1
- Studio: Rolling Thunder Pictures
- Remastered sound and picture, namorphic Widescreen, Dolby Digital 2.0
- Verdict: The disc does unfortunately not offer any good extras, but to have the movie in this quality is alone a pretty good thing. And the movie is really good. Get it before someone else does.
- Rolling Thunder Pictures DVD (out of print): Amazon.com
"The only thing more suspenseful than the first 91 minutes, is the last 15" - Aaron from Winnipeg/Canada
Quentin Tarantino's Rolling Thunder Releasing has done it again. I really admire how Tarantino uses his clout to give a second chance to movies that never really had a first chance, whether it's great imports like "Sonatine" (1993) or "Chungking Express" (1994), or old B-movies like "Switchblade Sisters" (1975) or "The Beyond" (1981). His latest "Detroit 9000", is a blaxploitation classic that no doubt influenced Tarantino in some of his own work. - Combustible Celluloid
This classic blaxploitation crime flick does not need to hide, it's a very exciting flick, I was surprised how good it was. A great piece of Blaxploitation crime film. It's like your favorite cop movie set in the world of Coffy - www.tarantino.info