Fantastic soundtrack, awesome muscle cars, great art direction, and it features Zoe Bell, who won the best stunt award for the fight scene in Kill Bill 2 (she was Uma Thurman's stunt double), as herself. Lots of hommages to Kill Bill and cult films (typical QT). The film is also arty/french-new-wavish. It has the old, positive film stock appearance, scratched, saturated color, jump cuts…all the time-honored film school devices, namely, using all manner of film stock, color and black and white, because that's what's on hand and it looks interesting. But it's a straight narrative, none of that elliptical storytelling stuff. And it's short.
I was hoping to see Terror Planet but it appears unavailable through Netflix. Will have to buy the 20-film set I guess, and have bad, bloody nightmares for weeks.