Apart from the razor-sharp dialogues, Tarantino's movies are famous for their glossy visuals. But those visuals wouldn't be so impressive without good sound design. Editor Jacob T. Swinney put together this mashup showcasing the importance of sound effects in Tarantino's films.
After watching this Quentin Tarantino's Star Wars trailer, I want to see him direct Star Wars Episode VIII. I mean, it makes total sense: it's all about cowboys, magical samurais, and bad guys who look like Nazis.
Welcome to the first installment of our weekly guide to DVD releases. This week: Tarantino! The Expendables 2! Cinderella! Power Rangers! Anime! And some total crap!
I always thought Tarantino should have directed the Star Wars prequels, using old style effects techniques, with some computer touches. After all, they had motherf*cking Samuel L. Jackson in them. That's half the movie right there.
There are world-class filmmakers who work in SF. One — James Cameron — might even win the first Oscar given to a scifi picture. But here are a handful others who could do amazing things in the genre.
Pocket Shock-It is a portable pub-sized version of one of our old favorites. It emits a "juddering jolt of pure electrical power," with games inspired by the deadliest of cinematic contrivances, but without all them bullets.