There’s a lot of cool stuff in Pulp Fiction. But this is what you’d see if you only wanted to watch the parts where they cuss. Watch Video ›
Neon signs are great. They’re hypnotic, sexy, sleazy and tacky all at the same time. So MrWhaite decided he’d use it in a few movie poster neon GIFs. Here’s one of his first: Pulp Fiction. View Image ›
Pulp Fiction is so much more comical when portrayed by characters from The Simpsons. Want to see Milhouse’s mom play Mia Wallace cracked out on drugs? Sure you do! View List ›
If you live in L.A., you’re a fool not to go see this.
An art show pitting the properties of film nerd powerhouses Quentin Tarantino and the Coen Bros. against one another. If this were a March Madness bracket, the championship bout would be between “Pulp Fiction” and “The Big Lebowski.” Here’s hoping that “Miller’s Crossing” is this year’s Cinderella story. More info on the show from Spoke Art. View List ›
Samuel L. Jackson and Hugh Laurie are the same person.
“Lupus ain’t no diagnosis I ever heard of! They speak English in Lupus?!” Watch Video ›
Further proof that adding Samuel L. Jackson’s voice to anything makes it better. Watch Video ›
If only this was a real commercial, ravioli would be flying off the shelves. This could be the best thing to happen to Chef Boyardee since their dinosaur shaped noodles. Watch Video ›
Does he look like a binkie? Pulp Fiction and Chef Boyardee commercials make for a seriously disturbing mix. Watch Video ›
This should clear things up (unless charts are more confusing than nonlinear narratives to you. In that case, you should just go over to this post and taunt all the Tarantino contrarians. Hi Tanner, Inglourious Basterds was awesome!) Click to enlarge. View Image ›
Ibraheem Youseff has created a series of spectacular posters for some of Quentin Tarantino’s most popular films. View Image ›
The “kids manipulated in an adult situation” method applied to Tarantino. It’s important to watch until the guns and cursing come out. Watch Video ›