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 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.
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.
We hoped that Quentin Tarantino's avenging ex-slave Django would ride again, but we never expected that he'd team up with another pop culture character. Tarantino is collaborating on a comic where Django meets up with the famed vigilante Zorro.
If you didn't get enough cathartic revenge for historical wrongs from Django Unchained, then rejoice. Quentin Tarantino isn't done showing the victims of racial abuse rising up and killing the oppressors. His third alt-history movie, Killer Crow, tells the story of African American soldiers during World War II who go…
Two years before the Civil War, a freed slave named Django becomes a bounty hunter because he can't think of any job more awesome than killing white guys for money. Wearing anachronistic sunglasses, accompanied by his preternaturally anti-racist white partner Schultz, he shoots his way through the South with one…
Some movies just want to blow shit up and feed you cheesy one-liners, plus the occasional bit of eye-candy. And then there are movies that really want to be clever and meaningful. When a clever movie fails, it fails harder.
In 1996, a 13-year-old fan of Robert Rodriguez's vampire flick From Dusk Till Dawn wrote a friendly letter to Quentin Tarantino, lauding his portrayal of psychotic bank robber Richie Gecko. Here's the director's handwritten reply to his young fan.
If Quentin Tarantino directed a superhero movie on speed, you might end up with something like Super, starring Rainn Wilson and Ellen Page. We caught an early showing of this demented gem at South By Southwest. Here's a spoiler-lite review.
Quentin Tarantino released his list of the best films from 2010. Singling out Gaspar Noé's psychedelic melodrama Enter The Void as having one of the best credit scenes of (possibly) the decade. Watch the scene, and read his entire list.
There's so much wrongness — and so much greatness — in this scene from Planet Terror. Quentin Tarantino proves, once again, he's willing to go places most actors would steer clear of... culminating in history's second-best zombie-penis scene. Possibly NSFW?
What's the secret connection between Quentin Tarantino and Felix Gaeta? What relationship between Bear McCreary (in person) and Starbuck did we almost see? We've got the exclusive answers, from Battlestar Galactica: The Official Companion Season Four.