Pete Talbot’s review published on Letterboxd:
This Tarantino movie is sneaky. It might be his only small story since Reservoir Dogs and he does it well. The first half of the movie is a horror film with an unlikable group of young women and the second half is an incredible action sequence where a new group of young women show they are really the cool kids you want to hang out with by leaving the bar and finding their own adventure. It's often a forgotten movie of his perhaps because it's a smaller story or because it was packaged in the Grindhouse presentation (that was one favorite cinema viewing experience of my life) but Death Proof is art full of enjoyment for me.