Tag Archives: Quentin Tarantino


The Hateful Eight (2015)

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“If he’s a goddamn sheriff, then I’m a monkey’s uncle!” exclaims John “The Hangman” Ruth in reference to Chris Mannix.  Daisy Domergue replies, “Good, then you can go share bananas with your nigger friend in the stable!” Quentin Tarantino has … Continue reading


Machete (2010)

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“It’s not safe for you to be here,” Padre tells Machete.  Machete responds, “I’m not looking for ‘safe.’”  “No, I mean it’s not safe for me for you to be here!”  Padre blesses Machete and says, “I absolve you of … Continue reading


Blu-ray Tuesday: 4/16/13 Recommendations

New releases: Special Features: U.S. cast commentary Interview with Ryunosuke Kamiki (Kenji Koiso) Interview with Nanami Sakuraba (Natsuki Shinohara) Interview with Mitsuki Tanimura (Kazuma Ikezawa) Interview with Ayumi Saito (Wabisuke Jinnouchi) Interview with Sumiko Fuji (Sakae Jinnouchi) Interview with Mamoru … Continue reading


Defining 2012 Part Two

(continued from Defining 2012 Part One) One could argue that 2012 might have marked the end of the Men In Black franchise.  Men In Black 3 was released in 2012 to positive reviews but its domestic box office take was … Continue reading


DP/30: The Sound of ‘Django Unchained’ Part Two

Quentin Tarantino’s latest film Django Unchained is currently playing in theaters to critical and box office success, and recently won two Golden Globes (Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor) and received five Academy Award nominations (Best Sound Editing, Best Cinematography, … Continue reading


Django Unchained (2012)

“The name’s Django.”  “How do you spell it?” asks Amerigo Vessepi.  “D-J-A-N-G-O.  The ‘D’ is silent,” says Django.  Vessepi responds, “I know.” I was quite enthusiastic about Quentin Tarantino’s latest film.  Tarantino would be tackling a Spaghetti Western, or a … Continue reading


Reactions To 2012 Academy Award Nominations Part One

Some thoughts: Best Picture My first surprise here is that the Academy only went with nine nominees again instead of ten.  I’m glad to see Amour pop up here and that the Academy didn’t forget about Beasts of the Southern … Continue reading