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.
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.
(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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Quentin Tarantino and 13 artists team up for The Lost Art of Inglourious Basterds show 2/18/10 in Los Angeles; limited to 6 prints each and signed by Quentin, proceeds go to Haiti.
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