Since they were released seperate here, I'll give a review of both, not yet seen Death Proof though.
Planet Terror Review (directed by Robert Rodriguez)
It was a great film, it had blood, gore and action-aplenty wrapped up in a nice over-the-top package. It reminded me of Evil Dead with its' over-the-top way and humour. You have Cherry, played by the gorgeous Rose McGowan, who has a leg ripped off and replaced by the gun you see in the poster. You have El Roy as the main hero, providing the gun-blazing and blade-slicing, with moves that make Alice from Resident Evil look like an amateur. The rest of the cast are just as deadly when they need to be. Just don't take it seriously and you'll enjoy it, it's a fun zombie film with lots of carnage and humour and doesn't pretend to be anything else. The only reason I didn't give it a full 5/5 was because during the El Roy/Cherry love scene, the screen sorta burns, as if the filmreel itself has burned, and you get a 'scene missing - apologies from cinema house' message up, which is amusing because things like this happened in those days. But when it comes back all these things have suddenly happened in the short amount of time. All the cast are now in the same place, which is now on fire! One of the characters has been shot and starts talking about 'how he never knew who El Roy really was?' which we never really find out apart from the fact that he kicks ass! Also, a few of the characters that hated each other a short while back are sitting beside one another without exchanging a bad word! I feel as if the director just wanted to trim the movie a bit and use the 'scene missing' as a clever way of doing it but it just annoyed me. Aside from that, the movie was awesome and insane fun.