Is seeing Rose McGowan's machine gun leg or a killer muscle car on the poster for "Grindhouse" (opening Friday) revving you up for a night of popcorn-chomping guilty pleasure? Thank the promotional art for a pair of obscure 1957 drive-in movies called "Dragstrip Girl" and "Rock All Night." Because, in 2003, director Robert Rodriguez ("From Dusk Till Dawn," "Sin City") was at pal Quentin Tarantino's house when he saw a movie poster - which Rodriguez happened to own as well - for that double bill. Tarantino ("Pulp Fiction," "Jackie Brown," "Kill Bill") also had the films in his library, of course. It got the two filmmakers talking about creating their own "Night at the Movies," a grind house double-feature "experience" with trailers and everything. In the late-'60s and early-'70s, B-movies featuring over-the-top car chases, monsters, bad-ass babes and tons of sex and skin traveled from one scuzzy theater - called "grind houses," thanks to their "bump-and-grind" former … [Read more...] about The Fiends Who Feast On Film!