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Quentin Tarantino

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Trailer)

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Trailer)

(PG-13: Language) A roomful of Nazis set on fire 20 seconds in makes it clear that this is a Quentin Tarantino flick. But this is no Inglourious Basterds. The film is set in 1969 Hollywood against the backdrop of the Manson family murders, as two aging stuntmen try to keep their careers alive.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Teaser)

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Teaser)

(PG-13: Language) Our first look at Quentin Tarantino’s 9th film – a story about the late 1960s in the world of Hollywood, as a TV actor and his stunt double struggle to keep up with the changing times. Stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Margot Robbie.

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Written and Directed Tarantino Sweater

Written and Directed Tarantino Sweater

Make a Quentin Tarantino fan happy with My Main Tees’ clever sweater, which is printed with the famously stylized movie credit. The graphic is also available on a crew neck t-shirt, a v-neck t-shirt and a tank top.

Tarantino: Poetry Between the Lines

Tarantino: Poetry Between the Lines

(PG-13: Language, Gore) “I want to be the conductor, and you’re my orchestra.” Now You See It stitched interviews with director Quentin Tarantino about his childhood and influences with footage from movies that inspired specific scenes in his movies.

Pulp Fiction’s Briefcase

Pulp Fiction’s Briefcase

“My boss’ dirty laundry.” ScreenPrism muses on the possible contents of the briefcase in Pulp Fiction. Is it Marcellus Wallace’s soul? The diamonds from Reservoir Dogs? Or is it a literal MacGuffin, important only to the characters?

Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek

Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek

Word has it that Quentin Tarantino is really working on a Star Trek film – and we so want to see that. While we wait and see how that turns out, Nerdist went ahead and made a trailer for what they think it might be like, using footage from The Original Series.

Once Upon a Time in Pulp Fiction

Once Upon a Time in Pulp Fiction

(Gore) Filmmaker and editor Antonio Maria Da Silva pays tribute to two masterpieces of cinema – Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, and Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in the West. The result is a crazy tense scene that had us on the edge of our seats the entire time.

The Elements of Suspense

The Elements of Suspense

Lessons from the Screenplay uses the script for the opening scene in Inglorious Basterds to explain how suspense works in films. Unlike plot twists, suspense works best when you reveal the twist early, then milk it for as long as you can. And when you’ve cast Christoph Waltz.

Did Tarantino Steal Reservoir Dogs?

Did Tarantino Steal Reservoir Dogs?

(Gore) Frame By Frame summarizes one of the old criticisms against Quentin Tarantino: that he stole the story of Reservoir Dogs from Ringo Lam’s 1987 classic City on Fire. Then they argue that Tarantino did the same thing with The Hateful Eight.

Tarantino’s Visual References

Tarantino’s Visual References

Quentin Tarantino’s films are not only rich with pop culture references. They also pay homage to the cinematography of classic films. We think a few of the entries in Jacob T. Swinney’s compilation are coincidental, but the rest are undeniable remixes.

An Interview w/Quentin Tarantino

An Interview w/Quentin Tarantino

(PG-13: Language) What the Flick?! sat down with writer and director Quentin Tarantino in a frank and eye-opening hour-long interview. Tarantino talked about his relationship with technology, his choice of actors, his stance on police brutality, and more.

The Hateful Eight Roadshow

The Hateful Eight Roadshow

On Christmas Day, The Hateful Eight will be presented as a roadshow at select theaters in the U.S. to showcase its 70mm widescreen format. The film was shot on 65mm film using half-century old Ultra Panavision 70 lenses.

The Hateful Eight (Trailer 2)

The Hateful Eight (Trailer 2)

“I’m taking this woman to hang. The reward is $10,000.” Not the smartest thing to announce when you’re stranded in a house full of questionable gun-toting folks. And a cow puncher. Bullets and one-liners will fly in Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight.

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Kill Bill Blow Dryer

Kill Bill Blow Dryer

In yet another Tarantino track played on appliances, this guy discovered that his hair dryer made the siren sound from The Bride’s vengeance-craving sequences from Kill Bill. In case you’re wondering, the sound started life as Quincy Jones’ theme to Ironside.

The Tarantino Cinematic Universe

The Tarantino Cinematic Universe

ScreenRant points out some of the connections between Quentin Tarantino’s films, including characters that are related to each other, recurring fictional products and the movies within movies theory.

The Hateful Eight (Trailer)

The Hateful Eight (Trailer)

“Move a lil’ strange, you gon’ get a bullet. Not a warning, not a question. A bullet.” Meet some of the main characters in Quentin Tarantino’s Western mystery.  We hope it’s like Rashomon, but it’ll probably have a lot more blood.

Tarantino’s Blood

Tarantino’s Blood

(Gore, PG-13 Language) Editor Jacob T. Swinney’s latest supercut takes a look at the ample quantities of blood found in the films of Quentin Tarantino. Seriously, the guy must get a discount on Karo syrup and red food coloring.

The Hateful Eight (Teaser)

The Hateful Eight (Teaser)

Quentin Tarantino’s post-Civil War drama stars Channing Tatum, Kurt Russell and Samuel L. Jackson, and revolves around a group of bounty hunters trying to survive a blizzard, but who get wrapped up in something much more insidious.

Hearing Tarantino

Hearing Tarantino

(Gore) Editor Jacob T. Swinney compiled this short series of scenes from Quentin Tarantino’s films in which sound effects sit front and center, demonstrating how effective and important the use of good audio is to complement visuals.

Tarantino Death Scenes

Tarantino Death Scenes

(Gore) Jaume R. Lloret compiled all (?) of the grizzly death scenes from Quentin Tarantino’s feature films, from Reservoir Dogs to Django Unchained. Delfonics’ Didn’t I (Blow Your Mind This Time) was a cheeky touch.

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Quentin Tarantino’s Ghostbusters

Quentin Tarantino’s Ghostbusters

(NSFW: Language, Gore) Claymation master Lee Hardcastle had Peter, Ray, Egon and Winston recreate scenes from Reservoir Dogs, Inglorious Basterds, Pulp Fiction and other Tarantino films. Also, here’s a promising pitch for Ghostbusters 3.

Tarantino & Friends

Tarantino & Friends

Animator Timor Barshtman pays tribute to director Quentin Tarantino by illustrating the connections between his films through the transformation of the actors who played a multiplicity of roles in them.

Pulp Fiction Premonition

Pulp Fiction Premonition

Redditor jackksouth points us to a scene from 1994 classic Pulp Fiction, in which Uma Thurman plays an actress. At around 1:55, she talks about one of her failed TV projects. Listen closely, then take a look at this. And then this.

Django Unchained Blu-ray + DVD

Django Unchained Blu-ray + DVD

Own a copy of Quentin Tarantino’s latest masterpiece in both Blu-ray and DVD discs, along with an Ultraviolet digital copy. Bonuses include features about the movie’s stunts and horses as well as its soundtrack.

Pop Culture in Tarantino Films

Pop Culture in Tarantino Films

(NSFW: Language) Tarantino’s films have lots of great visual sequences, but they’re also filled with very talkative characters. Here’s part of the reason why, compiled chronologically by CollegeHumor.

Dark Vessel

Dark Vessel

If Quentin Tarantino had a baby with Pixar and named Sergio Leone as the godfather, Rocky Curby’s brilliantly bloody Dark Vessel would be the result. Cartoon robot murder and revenge rules.

Tarantino XX: Blu-ray Collection

Tarantino XX: Blu-ray Collection

A 10-disc set featuring 8 movies from acclaimed director Quentin Tarantino’s first 20 years of filmmaking, from Reservoir Dogs to Inglourious Basterds. Comes with 5 hours of bonus material.

Tarantino: From Below

Tarantino: From Below

(NSFW: Language) Kogonada identifies another directorial trademark – Tarantino’s frequent use of the down-low, looking up POV. Guess that comes in handy when you’re stuffed in a trunk (or a toilet.)

Quentin vs. Coen Prints

Quentin vs. Coen Prints

A dizzying array of beautiful posters and prints from Spoke Art’s Quentin vs Coen art show, featuring art from a variety of artists paying homage to the two directors and their classic films.

Kill Bill Birthday Cake

Kill Bill Birthday Cake

Check out Barbarann Garrard’s too cool Kill Bill-inspired cake, with bride and bullet bottom, crazy 88’s in the middle and Beatrice’s O-Ren Ishii fighting suit on top. Bonus: edible Death List Five.

The Tarantino Shot

The Tarantino Shot

A couple of folks on Tumblr have pointed out that Quentin Tarantino has another throughline in his films besides uncomfortable humor, jarring violence and inspired storytelling: the trunk shot.

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