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Soundtrack of the Week - Kill Bill Vol. 1

Every week I will talk about a new soundtrack – what makes it interesting, how it effects and exists in its film, and why I personally like it. 289 more words

Classic Scenes - Clerks.

Perusing the internet yesterday I discovered that Kevin Smith’s first film, Clerks. was released 20 years ago.  Being only 8 at the time, I don’t remember much cinematically from 1994 other than  444 more words


John Wick (2014) Movie Review

My brain is officially mashed potatoes. I don’t know if that is a good or a bad thing. I was fortunate enough to catch an early screening of the new action movie, … 708 more words

The Tarantino Conundrum

My first attempt at film blogging ended with me giving a review on Tarantino’s latest homage to his favourite films, Django Unchained. Whilst I really enjoyed the film, I touched on a problem with the latest wave of Tarantino films. 1,048 more words


Film Snobbery and Changing Expectations

by Kyle Boland

Quentin Tarantino bought out a theater and refuses to allow digital projection, meaning anyone who wants to show their film there has to absorb the exorbitant cost of making a 35mm film print. 482 more words

Balancing Out the Tarantino's of this World.

Been doing a good bit of writing lately, unfortunately it has cut down my blog writing considerable.

However, I read an article today about the making of Pulp Fiction, I was truly inspired by the article in Vanity Fair. 244 more words


#158 - Inglourious Basterds (2009)

To begin the month of movies in which directors act in other people’s flicks, Lincoln has chosen to discuss Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds, which features director Eli Roth as a beefy Jewish soldier. 58 more words