Back in 2007, Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino released Grindhouse, an incredible cinematic experience/double-feature that far too few people saw in theaters. Other than the films themselves, one of the project's greatest assets were the fake trailers shown before and in between the two features. There was Machete, directed by Robert Rodriguez; Don't, directed by Edgar Wright; Werewolf Women of the S.S., directed by Rob Zombie; and Thanksgiving, directed by Eli Roth. Next week, however, one of those fake trailers, Machete to be specific, will no longer be considered fake, as a full-length film featuring Danny Trejo will rock audiences with Gatling guns-strapped motorcycles and a priest armed with dual shotguns. But it may not be the only Grindhouse commercial making the leap.