For the next two months, starting this weekend, Quentin Tarantino will program some 58 films at New Beverly Cinema retro movie house in Los Angeles as part of a 70s Grindhouse series leading up to Dimension Films' April 6th release of his film of the same name. "Grindhouse is a tribute to the movies I have loved for decades that have mostly been under-appreciated and forgotten," said Tarantino, in a statement. "I'm thrilled to have this chance to show the original works for a new generation to discover, and to give Los Angeles the rare opportunity to see these gems on the big screen." "Grindhouse" consists of a pair of features one directed by Tarantino ("Death Proof") and the other by Robert Rodriquez ("Planet Terror"). For more information on the series, visit the New Beverly Cinema website. [Euegne Hernandez]