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Kill Bill: Vol. 1

Quentin Tarantino’s fourth feature (sub-category: terrible title) is Kill Bill: Vol. 1, which I will review in chapters like Tarantino has used in every bloody movie. 379 more words


A Hitman in London - Official Trailer

Hitman for hire Bradley decides to turn his back on killing for a living and drops out of society, But, when he encounters a savage pimp and a desperate woman in the London suburbs under his control, Bradley embarks on a quest to save the young girl from the clutches of the brutal gangsters that trade in women as currency and quickly gets entangled in a vile underworld of vice and corruption in which daily survival is not so much a skill, but an instinct.


THE HATEFUL EIGHT - Comic-Con poster

Here’s a gorgeous Comic-Con poster for Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight. Out on January 8.


Quentin Tarantino Delivers Mind-Blowing Look At 'Hateful Eight' - Comic Con

It isn’t remotely shocking, but the single best Hall H panel of Comic-Con 2015 was The Hateful Eight panel which just ended minutes ago. Moderated by Chris Hardwick and attended by director Quentin Tarantino and the cast of the film, the dense, energetic and frequently hilarious discussion was packed. 887 more words

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Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 40 minutes

MPAA Rating: R for Strong Violence and Language

Directed by: Quentin Tarantino

Written by: Quentin Tarantino… 738 more words



Next in our East End Film Festival review series is “The Visit“, by writer-director (but not actor) Michael Madsen.¬†Constructed as a speculative¬†documentary, the film asks: how would we react, officially, if visited by intelligent life from outer space? 346 more words