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The Tarantino Effect


Film Club Rule #102: When you want to get a little pulp in your fiction, you turn to Quentin Tarantino.

Quentin took the world of cinema by storm with his second feature film Pulp Fiction. 32 more words


The Lost Tree (USA, 2016)

‘Some things are better left unfound’

The Lost Tree is a 2016 American horror film written and directed by Brian A. Metcalf (Living Among Us… 205 more words


Review: Reservoir Dogs (1992)

Right, so I got myself back into watching movies with a couple of comedies, and I felt ready for something a little…meatier, for lack of a better word. 447 more words

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Reservoir Dogs (1992) [review]

Starting with one of the best opening scenes, we’re then suddenly thrown in the middle of the story, after the fact of the heist has taken place, a heist which we never truly see, but gather from moments of conversations between those involved as they try to figure out how and what went wrong and who’s to blame. 363 more words


Shania Twain, Michael Madsen Join John Travolta's Racing Movie 'Trading Paint'

Country music star Shania Twain, Michael Madsen, Toby Sebastian and Kevin Dunn have joined the cast of John Travolta’s racing movie “Trading Paint.”

Principal photography launched this week in Alabama with shooting scheduled through mid-September at several Alabama locations. 172 more words


Quentin Tarantino's colleagues would love to see him direct the next 007 film

Imagine if Quentin Tarantino, one of modern cinema’s most controversial directors, took over the reins of the next James Bond film.

Well it’s not just fans of the Pulp Fiction creator who would like to see Quentin take control of the next adventure for the quintessential British spy. 404 more words


The James Bond Series: DIE ANOTHER DAY


James Bond is back with Frank and Tom thoroughly discussing Pierce Brosnan’s final cinematic outing as James Bond, DIE ANOTHER DAY. They also discuss Daniel Craig’s tentative return for Bond 25, Pierce Brosnan’s tenure, and a bit about Brosnan’s post Bond career. Enjoy!

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