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Is "Kill Bill" killing the ideas of self-creativity?

Quentin Tarantino’s “Kill Bill” is arguably one of the director’s most successful films. It depicts ‘the Bride’ (cue suspenseful music), an assassin who is betrayed and left for dead. 624 more words

Is Kill Bill a Remix?

Let’s talk about Kill Bill (2003). Arguably one of the greatest movies of the 2000s, Kill Bill showcases Quentin Tarantino’s stellar remixing skills. Tarantino is one of the most revered and decorated directors of all time (next to Steven Spielberg, of course). 517 more words

Machine Gun Truth: An Interview With Autumn Christian

Anyone who is even somewhat familiar Autumn Christian knows that not only is she an amazing author, but she’s also training in the arts of Kung Fu. 2,963 more words

Bizarro Fiction


One Facebook conversations every three
years is not the same as staying in touch.

In the summer of 06′ we watched Kill Bill
Volume Two, 103 more words


Interview w/ Kill Bill

Some of you may remember a review I did for an album called RAMONA a while ago. It was a pretty solid project, so I decided to reach out to the artist for some information about who he is, and what inspired his work. 1,045 more words

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Classic Films I Need to Watch

As I’m going to be a Film and Media student in September, I thought I’d compile a list of films which are commonly viewed as classics, that I still need to watch. 24 more words


Kill Bill Volume 2 Review

“Wakey wakey, eggs and bakey” – Budd, Kill Bill Volume 2 (2004)

I remember when I watched this back in November, I thought it was one of the best films I had ever seen. 1,030 more words