This summer... The Bride, Django, Jules, Gogo and Aldo slice through the bad guys as Quentin Tarantino assembles a team of his most diabolical antiheroes in this 'Suicide Squad' parody trailer.
Sometimes, even the greatest directors have to sell. Guess who made these commercials.
A lot of folks don’t realize the dance scene from 'Death Proof' is taken almost grind-for-grind from a Brian DePalma movie, 'Femme Fatale.'
It's well known that Quentin Tarantino had John Carpenter's 'The Thing' in mind when making 'The Hateful Eight.'
The intention of this video essay is to show some of the similarities between both films, from narrative aspects to visual style
'Django Rechained' is a complete re-edit of Quentin Tarantino's 2012 film 'Django Unchained.' Although Tarantino's original film was well-received upon release, this re-edit fixes problems that even the most positive reviews had with the movie.
Pulp Fiction's bathroom scenes carry a hidden meaning.
A video showing that Quentin Tarantino's movies are all secretly connected.
What would Pulp Fiction be like if there were no violence nor dialogue?
A look at Tarantino's use of slow motion shots throughout his career.
Tarantino and the god's eye view.