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05.12.14 Andy Cush

If Quentin Tarantino directed Star Wars, he would definitely focus on the pre-trilogy exploits of lovable outlaws Han Solo and Lando Calrissian, but the above trailer may be the next best thing. All it takes to recast A New Hope as pulpy, stylish action-comedy gold, it turns out, is Samuel L. Jackson’s voice and some surf rock on the soundtrack. […]

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03.21.13 Marina Galperina

Ooh. That’s classy. Check these sleek, faux-Penguin book covers created by London graphic designer Sharm Murugiah. Tarantino’s screenplays have never looked more Penguin. Ooh, Quentin, you’re so literary. Wasn’t his screenplay for From Dusk ‘Till Dawn like three pages and then “[vampire fight]” ? Enjoy Reservoir Dogs, True Romance, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill : Vol.1 & 2, […]

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03.20.13 Andy Cush

A newly discovered species of wasp that lays its eggs inside other insects, which kill their hosts as they hatch, has been named for an appropriately badass fictional character: Beatrix Kiddo aka The Bride, the protagonist of Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill. Science Codex points to Kiddo’s mastery of the five point palm exploding heart technique as potential […]

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03.15.13 Eugene Reznik

Legendary film score composer and octogenarian Ennio Morricone, who’s done the music for four Quentin Tarantino films including the Kill Bill series and Django Unchained, has kind of been talking shit about the director and says their working relationship is over. Morricone did a number of spaghetti western tracks for Django and later told his […]

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01.10.13 Andy Cush

This brilliant, simple 8-bit web game allows you to play through one of Quentin Tarantino’s most beloved sequences: Kill Bill, Volume 1’s “Crazy 88” fight scene, in which Uma Thurman’s Beatrix Kiddo hacks and slashes her way through a seemingly endless stream of sharply-dressed opponents. The controls couldn’t be more straightforward–arrow keys to move, space bar […]

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02.29.12 Marina Galperina

From the maker of the “Wes Anderson From Above” supercut, here’s “Tarantino From Below.” So look up like you’re about to get scalped, cut or coma raped! […]

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05.26.11 Marina Galperina

According to Courtney Love, Quentin Tarantino once asked Kurt Cobain to play Eric Stoltz’s part in Pulp Fiction as Lance the Jesus-esque drug dealer, hence the special thank you note to Quentin in the back of In Utero. […]

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05.25.11 Marina Galperina

Why is Quentin Tarantino allowed to slurp up Hong Kong cinema and remix it into his slick Hollywood productions? Because his hard-on for the genre comes from the heart… but what does City On Fire director Ringo Lam think? […]

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05.06.11 Marina Galperina

Part audio track remix, part “dick, dick, dick, dick” supercut, Dainumo’s Reservoir Dogs viddy is very hypnotic. The cut-up Coconut beat isn’t as textured as Pogo’s, but it works and solves a serious dilemma: How do you enjoy a film you’ve watched ten times too many? […]

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04.08.11 Marina Galperina

How do you fit hundreds after hundreds of Tarantino and Coen brothers lovers into the relatively small Chelsea’s Bold Hype Gallery? Slowly. The line was three floors, two hallways, hour+ long and by the time you snailed on up in there, all the White Russians were drunken up. (See photographic evidence.) […]

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