Brothers George Clooney and Quentin Tarantino (who also wrote the script) hijack clergyman Harvey Keitel’s mobile home and take him and his children (Juliette Lewis and Ernest Liu) hostage.

At first, Robert Rodriguez’s demented thriller seems to be driving down the same old usual crazy killer highway as countless other road movies.

But when the group stops as a Mexican nightclub – open from dusk till dawn – the movie switches gear and turns into an outrageous vampire comedy.

Loud, brash and over the top, this is ghoulish but disposable fun.