Quentin Tarantino


Jackie Brown Mall Scene

What the Mall Scene in ‘Jackie Brown’ Can Teach Us About Tarantino’s Quietest Film


Tarantino loves to mess with chronology. With one notable exception.

Interrogation Scenes

Anatomy of an Interrogation Scene


High contrast lighting and over-the-shoulder shots? Must be an interrogation scene.

Tarantino Vega Brothers

Imagining the ‘Vega Brothers’ Movie Quentin Tarantino Never Made


This fake trailer’s got F-bombs in spades. By which we mean: Felons, Firearms, and Family.

Slater and Arquette in True Romance

30 Things We Learned from Quentin Tarantino’s ‘True Romance’ Commentary


“I’m a big fan of Bruce Lee.”

Pulp Fiction Quentin Tarantino Car Scenes

How Quentin Tarantino Shoots a Car Scene


Buckle up. Here’s a video essay on a type of scene that’s easily taken for granted.

Quentin Tarantino First Film My Best Friends Birthday

How Quentin Tarantino’s Lost First Film Predicted His Whole Filmography


Before ‘Reservoir Dogs’ there was ‘My Best Friend’s Birthday.’

King Conan Screenshot

Quentin Tarantino Teaches You How To Interview A Legend


Read how a twenty-year-old Tarantino snatched gems of information from director John Milius.

Jackie Brown

The Powerful Presence of Pam Grier in ‘Jackie Brown’


Absolute authenticity has always been the Blaxploitation legend’s greatest strength.

Bounty Law

A Brief History of Quentin Tarantino and the Small Screen


The ‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’ director is turning the movie’s fictional show ‘Bounty Law’ into a miniseries. But he is no stranger to television.