Inglorious Basterds never holds back in showing cruelty or violence, mastering the Nazi-sploitation for something that's as rich as it is exploitative.
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A star-studded, topical overview of the horror genre from Eli Roth, History of Horror is an occasionally rewarding but uneven first season.
Takashi Miike's stylish crack at the spaghetti western successfully mashes Quentin Tarantino-style dialogue with over-the-top action set pieces and clear Japanese influences.
Tarantino mourns the loss of cinema's glossiness in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, bridging nostalgia and honesty through fiction.
Unchained finds bodies in piles, and via its own means, out of necessity.
There's a vision here that few directors can say they have with such certainty.
Dawn is a gloriously gory effort, a B-movie given enough cred through Quentin Tarantino's ludicrously funny dialogue.
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The first chapter of Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Basterds is a film by itself.
In 1992, Quentin Tarantino unleashed Reservoir Dogs onto an unsuspecting world. The result has been dissected, discussed, and researched more times than any film has a right to be. …