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 ›
About damn time.
Rex Ryan has some pretty distinguished company in the Foot Fancy Club. Who knew that the head coach of the New York Jets would be sucking toes alongside the likes of James Joyce and Andy Warhol? View List ›
Yeah, he’s kinda gross when it comes to feet.
Charting the similar career paths of two awesome directors. Who wins? View List ›
I kind of wanted to try this just out of sheer curiosity, not for some issue with today’s movies. But I get his point. I think. View Image ›
Watch out, Tarantino, you’re getting a little predictable… [Ed. note: If you happen to be in the minority that hates Tarantino, this is less a “signature shot” and more a hackneyed cliche.] View Image ›
Tarantino wants Everyone’s Favorite Lady to star as an assassin in his next film. The world rejoices.
In case you didn’t believe the Inglourious Basterds set was a boatload of fun. Hollywooooood! Watch Video ›
Ibraheem Youseff has created a series of spectacular posters for some of Quentin Tarantino’s most popular films. View Image ›
Harry Knowles scratched up these sweet, Jack Kirby inspired covers for an Inglourious Basterds comic. I’m guessing it has something to do with a DVD release. View List ›
Director of upcoming ‘Inglourious Basterds’, horror-buff Quentin Tarantino, lists his top 20 movies since he started directing films. Not surprisingly, his list includes gory Japanese flicks ‘Battle Royale’, and ‘Audition’. In a pleasant surprise, it also includes ‘Shaun of the Dead’ and ‘Team America: World Police’. Will we see a puppet thriller from Tarantino soon enough? Watch Video ›
When you fall asleep on a Quentin Tarantino set, you get your picture taken with a giant purple dildo. We should institute this at BuzzFeed, but for playing flash games. View Image ›
The internet will not stop until everything has been Wes Anderson-ified, but these are still pretty amusing. The Quentin Tarantino at the end is the best, I think, so persevere. Watch Video ›
The first look at Quentin Tarantino’s Nazi-basher movie. Why does Brad Pitt have a Southern accent? Read More ›
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 ›
The former pop tart is slated to play Varla in Quentin Tarantino’s remake of Faster, Pussycat, Kill! Kill!. Will Britney experience a comeback on the same scale of John Travolta in Pulp Fiction? Only time will tell (as will US Magazine, Star, In Touch, Hello, OK!, The National Enquirer, Access Hollywood, Entertainment Tonight, The Insider, and every show on E!). Read More ›
Eliot Glazer 5 years ago
Shooting for Quentin Tarantino’s next movie hasn’t even begun, but it’s already being hailed as a “masterpiece”. Those who’ve gotten a hold of the script are describing it in the most glowing terms. Brad Pitt has reportedly been offered the lead role of Lt. Aldo, who hunts for Nazi scalps. Read More ›