Tarantino on Real Time with Bill Maher

I don't know how I missed this one. But better late than never, I guess. Here's another great Tarantino Interview , this time with the legendary Bill Maher. The discussion ranges the gamut of topics, but QT's basically here to promote his new "paperback" version of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

Quentin Tarantino on Joker: subversion on a massive level

Quentin Tarantino speaking about the Joker character (but paraphrasing a bit for clarity's sake):
It's not just suspenseful, it's not just riveting and exciting ... the director subverts the audience because the Joker's a fucking nut ... yet while the audience in the movie theater is watching the Joker they wanted him to kill Robert de Niro's character. They want him to take that gun and stick it in his eye and blow the back of his fucking head off. And if the Joker didn't kill him you would be pissed off. That is subversion on a massive level.

The Pulp Fiction NFT Collection

What? Quentin Tarantino is making Pulp Fiction NFTs? Really? Why? He obviously doesn't need the money — so I guess he just thinks it's cool.

What do you guys think? Is it cool? Is this just QT's way of staying relevant? Advocating blockchain? Advocating privacy for dapps? It's all pretty much wild speculation at this point... so please help us out and answer in the comments.  I have to admit this is kind of exciting.

What do you guys think of Tarantino's new book?

Reviews are overwhelmingly positive! I haven't read it yet... cause I can't find it in Sweden. I guess I need to get off my ass and order it. Also I am in the middle of a Dostoyevsky book (Demons). Those do take a long time. Eventually I will get it and post a review. In the meantime, what do other people think?

Quentin Tarantino: The Joe Rogan Interview


Finally, the most interesting interviewer of our time interviews the most interesting film maker of our time. They talk mainly about QT's new film and his future plans.

What do you guys think of it?

Kill Bill Color Palette

A color palette is a range of colors used to form the basis of a design, such as a Web page design. Using a palette keeps the design more simple and consistent.  So I was super please to find this Kill Bill color palette courtesy of color-hex.com, a great site for Web designers and other artists alike. 

The Fonts of Quentin Tarantino

Interested in Tarantino fonts? Well... check out THE FONTS OF QUENTIN TARANTINO web page . It covers the fonts used on 6 Tarantino films.

"How Tarantino Writes A Scene" by The Closer Look

Henry Boseley of The Closer Look is a British YouTuber who "breaks down your favourite Movies, Games and Shows to find out what makes them tick."  In this episode he looks at "How To Write a Scene" by examining the modern master, Quentin Tarantino.

The Pulp Fiction Color Palette

A color palette is a range of colors used in a design. It is a way to keep a design simpler and more consistent.  So I was super please to find this Pulp Fiction color palette courtesy of color-hex.com.

Check out their great site for all your color palette design needs.

Brett Easton Ellis Podcast With Quentin Tarantino


Really great! Quentin Tarantino and Bret Easton Ellis discuss The Hateful Eight, Jean-Luc Godard, Pauline Kael and more. Running time: 92 minutes.

Pulp Fiction: Tarantino On Non-Linear Storytelling | Expert Series


In this video essay, CinemaStix discusses Tarantino's screenwriting, inspiration, nonlinear storytelling, his signature dialogue, and more. Really good and non-commercial.

Pulp Faction: The Tarantino Generation


After kind of misunderstanding QT's first movie Reservoir Dogs as an "exercise in style", Chicago-based PBS film review legends Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert suddenly compare Mr. Tarantino to Orson Welles, Richard Hitchcock, Spike Lee, and Martin Scorsese. Wow. Two thumbs up!

Pulp Fiction: Cast and Crew Reunion


Where: April 28, 2008 at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater

Description: An hour long discussion including anecdotes with costume designer Betsy Heimann, editor Sally Menke, production designer David Wasco, set decorator Sandy Reynolds-Wasco, executive producers Stacey Sher and Richard N. Gladstein, casting directors Ronnie Yeskel and Gary Zuckerbrod, sound editor Avram Gold, and actors Julia Sweeney and Stephen Hibbert.

Has Reservoir Dogs Aged Well?


This is a great "analysis" without being an "over-anal-analysis" of the ongoing significance of Reservoir Dogs by film critic Nerdwriter1. Well done!

10 Things You Never Knew About PULP FICTION


There a ton of these "10 things" clickbait videos floating around the Web. So we try to only post the good ones ... the fun ones where we actually learn something or smile.

This one by Movieweb is pretty good... both well-written and edited. They somehow even snuck in a "Let's do it for Johnny!". Amazing.

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