Everybody knows that Quentin Tarantino loves to connect his movies into one cinematic universe. People smoke Red Apple cigarettes, people eat Big Kahuna burgers, Michael Madsen’s Vic Vega from Reservoir Dogs is brothers with John Travolta’s Vincent Vegas from Pulp Fiction, and so on. It’s fun to make those connections…
I’m pretty sure we’re all aware that Suicide Squad is a thing and, yes, it looks like it could be awesome. But what if it were brought to you by the one-and-only Quentin Tarantino? Well, then I think it would be too awesome and we would all explode in a giant fireball of awesomeness.
Spoiler alert, obviously. Actually, are there really spoiler alerts when it comes to movies by Quentin Tarantino? Everybody knows that everybody dies. Room 237 made this really fun video of characters from all of QT’s films, like Pulp Fiction and Inglourious Basterds, showing their first and last appearances.
Quentin Tarantino is a master filmmaker who loves to cite old movies in his work and even reference his own work in his films, it’s a wonderful cycle that adds another layer inside a movie for film buffs to appreciate. Here are those references he made in his latest movie, The Hateful Eight.
If you think you know Quentin Tarantino movies, you probably do. You know all about the shots he loves and the connected universe of his movies and the Red Apple cigarettes and the relationships each character has throughout his movies and his obsession with feet. And yet, QT still has some director trademarks that…
The nominees for the 2016 Oscars have now been announced, and despite the welcome inclusion of Mad Max: Fury Road for Best Picture, there aren’t a lot of pleasant surprises in the mix. There are, however, some glaring omissions, as always. Here are the biggest.
Luke Cage is a character whose name got tossed around for years as possibly getting the live action treatment. Movies, TV, The Rock, Terry Crews, so many possibilities were discussed. Now, we have him on Netflix and he’s great but a greater version almost happened.
It’s no secret that Quentin Tarantino is a voracious movie watcher that loves to pay homage to films that came before him. Other director do that too! But QT is so good at referencing other directors’ techniques and being inspired by previous films that he’s developed his own unique style in the process. With that…
Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film The Hateful Eight is coming out at the end of December, but they’ve just released a bunch of clips of the movie. This movie is looking awesome.
Quentin Tarantino has a foot fetish. We know this, already. He also loves to show it off in his movies. We can now see this in this wonderful edit by Pablo Fernandez Eyre that stitched together scenes that involve feet in all his movies. It’s really, really great and uncomfortable and fun at the same time.
Quentin Tarantino still wants to make a science fiction film. American Horror Story: Hotel finally drops some story details. Plus, new information on Agents of SHIELD season 3, Teen Wolf’s midseason twists, and why Felicity doesn’t have a code name on Arrow. Behold, spoilers!
Quentin Tarantino came to Comic-Con to discuss his upcoming movie, The Hateful Eight, and despite seven minutes of new footage and actors like Kurt Russell, Tim Roth, Bruce Dern and Jennifer Jason Leigh being along for the ride, the presentation was all about technology and history.
It’s no secret that director Quentin Tarantino’s movies are packed with tributes to his favorite films. So which shots come from which movies? This video places many of Tarantino’s visuals alongside the original movies that inspired them.
No one uses blood and gore and violence in movies like Quentin Tarantino does. Though it certainly drips and probably soaks through a lot of his movies, his scenes with blood can almost be balletic. Well, an excessive ballet, at least. Here’s a collection of some of the bloodiest scenes. NSFW and all that, naturally.
Few directors employ as many trademark shots as Quentin Tarantino. Jacob T. Swinney, who is prolific at documenting QT’s work, is back again this time, taking a look at all the driving scenes from Tarantino flicks. You can see odes to previous shots and scenes done in the same manner to evoke similar feelings.
Quentin Tarantino loves to flex his directorial muscles in his movies, so much so that he's developed so many different trademark shots. Roman Holiday put together a bunch of close up shots from Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown to showcase all of those scenes. It's kind of fun to track the story through just these shots.
Because everyone loves Pulp Fiction, CineFix followed up their original 9 things that people probably didn't know about Pulp Fiction with 7 more factoids. This time we find out the story about Samuel L. Jackson's hair, why Christopher Walken drank hot sauce behind the scenes and how Stanley Tucci is connected.
Exactly 20 years ago today, Pulp Fiction hit theaters for the first time. No one had quite seen anything like the Quentin Tarantino masterpiece and its multiple layers of amazing. And who could ever forget the insane overdose scene that ends with John Travolta stabbing an adrenaline shot into Uma Thurman's heart?
Few people make killing people look as entertainingly graphic and creatively brutal as Quentin Tarantino does in his movies. All of his films, from Reservoir Dogs to Django, are notorious for violent deaths that sometimes number in the hundreds. Watch them all in this supercut by Jaume R. Lloret.
He had a bad zombie trip in Planet Terror (pictured above), but Quentin Tarantino has never directed a straight-up science fiction movie before. But that might be about to change. He told Comic-Con he's working on something.