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Django Fever: A Hidden History Of Django Unchained

Since the release of Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained, there has been a storm of conflicting opinion about its controversial subject matter. Critics have variously bemoaned the film's glorification of gun violence in the wake of the Newtown tragedy, the relentless use of racial slurs throughout, and the underlying problem of a white director reimagining the horrors of slavery as an exploitation movie.

Django Fever: A Hidden History Of Django Unchained

— Stephen Grasso , February 1st, 2013 09:24

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Playboy Interview Django Unchained

Playboy was a classic "soft porn" magazine from the 20th century known for its "centerfold" pictures of semi-clad women with big tits. But it also had awesome articles and interviews you couldn't get anywhere else. Was "surfing around" and found this awesome Django Uncahined interview from Playboy where QT admits to doing ecstasy during the filming of Kill Bill. Always thought that film had an e vibe to it. Enjoy...

QT Playboy interview from late 2012.

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Reservoir Dogs: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

This movie soundtrack kicked off one of my favorite and most underrated decades (the 1990's). After the corporate rock late 1980's, movie soundtracks were a lost art. Not any more. Suddenly the blending of music and cinema was important and cool again.

Top moments include: "Little Green Bag", "Stuck in the Middle with You", "Coconut", and a generous helping of comedic quotes from legendary Stephen Wright who plays radio DJ host (K-Billy's Super Sounds of the Seventies's Weekend).