Buckets o' Blood
It was more and less than I expected. Most of the reviews (which I've only glanced at) dismiss Robert Rodriguez's half as a trifle and praise Tarantino's, but I would have to say I enjoyed "Planet Terror" way more than "Death Proof," though I certainly enjoyed them both. Rodriguez has made some films I've enjoyed tremendously (From Dusk Till Dawn, Sin City) and some that I found pretty thin (Once Upon a Time in Mexico), but he's great with action sequences. "Planet Terror" is pretty much nonstop thrills, with lots of great bits by character actors, plus zombies, gore, and the very, very hot Rose McGowan, who I've been a fan of ever since I saw her as the amazingly hot punkette in The Doom Generation.
By contrast, "Death Proof" seems far more self-conscious. It's way more talky, and takes a while to get off the ground. When it does finally get down to business, it's pretty exciting, but even the long scenes in the car are no "Royale with cheese." Kurt Russell is marvelously creepy, and real-life New Zealander stuntwoman Zoe Bell has a lot of presence. It also seems to have had what eroticism it started out with trimmed to make a broader rating (apparently there really is a lap-dance sequence--I guess we'll have to wait for the unrated DVD).
Probably the best thing in the whole film is Edgar (Sean of the Dead) Wright's horror trailer in the middle. The one for "Machete" isn't bad, either. And look up "Hobo with a Shotgun" on YouTube for another trailer that didn't make it.