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The Hateful Eight

March 30, 2016

It’s safe to say that at this point in his career, you know what you’re going to get with a Quentin Tarantino film – lots of incredibly well-written dialogue spouted by a colorful cast of characters who only stop talking when sudden, bloody violence... 

TARANTINO XX: 8-FILM COLLECTION Trailer Is Here!! On Blu-ray on 11/20/12

October 9, 2012

The must-have release of the year for serious film fans, showcasing one of the most innovative filmmakers of our time, comes home when Lionsgate releases TARANTINO XX: 8-FILM COLLECTION on Blu-ray on November 20, 2012.      Read More →

Sin City: Recut Extended Unrated

February 16, 2006

It only makes sense that if one is going to adapt a comic book into a film that it be faithful in look and tone to its source material. Otherwise, why adapt it in the first place? Of course, there is always the danger of being too faithful to the look... 

C.S.I.: Grave Danger

February 3, 2006

CSI, Crime Scene Investigation is a popular American TV series that has swept across the world spawning many spin offs, video games, comics, novels and heaps of other merchandise, just like many other American shows such as Buffy, X-Files, 24 etc…... 

Sin City

January 29, 2006

Sin City began as series of graphic novels created by Frank Miller as loving homages to the gritty pulp novels of Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler and Mickey Spillane and classic film noirs from the ‘40s and ‘50s. Miller’s world—the dangerous,... 

Sin City

November 12, 2005

Sin City began as series of graphic novels created by Frank Miller. They are loving homages to the gritty pulp novels of Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler and Mickey Spillane and classic film noirs from the ‘40s and ‘50s. Miller’s world—the dangerous,... 

Kill Bill, Volume 2

November 27, 2004

Quentin Tarantino concludes his epic ode to exploitation films with Kill Bill, Volume 2 (2004) and shifts gears visually and thematically. If Volume 1 was a homage to Asian cinema—specifically, martial arts and samurai films—then Volume 2 pays tribute... 

Kill Bill volume 1

October 21, 2002

If Jackie Brown (1997) was Quentin Tarantino’s affectionate homage to ’70s Blaxploitation films, then Kill Bill, Volume 1 (2003) is his unabashed love letter to martial arts and Yakuza films from the same decade. The opening credits that feature... 

Kill Bill: Volume 1

December 7, 2001

It’s been a long time coming (six years to be exact) but celebrated auteur of all things pop culture Quentin Tarantino is back with this dazzling first part of a revenge tale that blends together nearly every genre he’s waxed lyrical about... 

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