Next to the big projects we have, there is a number of smaller ventures that we currently support. Some of them have a supporting character, i.e. they accompany some of the others, and yet some are experimental and might at any time either be dissolved or extended to a full project.
- Triple Feature Foundation Facebook page and Twitter feed
- Hell Ride Facebook page
This is an unofficial fan page for Larry Bishop‘s movie Hell Ride. The movie was not a commercial success, thus there are no official outlets.
- Inglourious Basterds Facebook page
This is an unofficial fan page for Tarantino‘s 2009 movie Inglourious Basterds. It is officially approved by the producers. Due to a mistake, it was briefly taken offline by Facebook in 2008, suffering a loss of hundreds of followers, but has since bounced back.
- Macaroni Combat and Facebook page
This is a small showcase website we built to promote awareness for the genre. A Facebook page adds an interactive element.
- Viva Exploitation Facebook page and Twitter feed
A home video, article and news ticker in German for exploitation film fans in German-speaking target markets. It was meant to extend on the success of the Grindhouse Cinema Database, and create a channel where items could be posted relevant only for German audiences.
- Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair Facebook page
A Facebook page campaign to build momentum and show support for an eventual release of that version of the Kill Bill movies. It is an unofficial effort.
- Django Unchained Twitter account
A Twitter feed to help The Quentin Tarantino Archives in its coverage of Tarantino’s upcoming movie Django Unchained.
- The Man with the Iron Fists Facebook page
Unofficial fan page for the RZA’s upcoming kung fu movie.
UPDATE: Was taken over by the film studio in June 2012
- Fuer mehr Originalton im Fernsehen Facebook page
A German campaign site to advocate more original language on German television, where most things are dubbed.
- Fuer mehr Originalton im Kino Facebook page
A German campaign site to advocate more original language in German cinemas, which except for metropolitan cities, only show movies dubbed.