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Hell Ride sneak previewers wanted!

Hell Ride sneak previewers wanted!

If you live in the Los Angeles area, and if you like a movie that would bring you good old R-rated “bikes, beer and booty”, then you’re our man/woman! The Quentin Tarantino Archives is...

Inglorious Bastards DVD review

Inglorious Bastards DVD review

After The Dirty Dozen was released in 1967, it was a big smash in Europe and it soon spawned a whole bunch of remakes by Italian directors. In the late 70s, Italian master director...

Tarantino and politics

Tarantino and politics

Who said Quentin Tarantino is not interested in politics? He may have said that once he’s climbing that mountain that is Inglorious Bastards, nothing else mattered, including the election, but according to ShowbizSpy he...

The Deuce is a year old!

The Deuce is a year old!

When we launched THE DEUCE: GRINDHOUSE CINEMA DATABASE last year, we knew it was going to be a tough endeavor. A range of films that exceeds the scope of the Spaghetti Western Database, a...

First look at Hell Ride DVD

First look at Hell Ride DVD

Hell Ride doesn’t come out (in limited release) before August 8, but Amazon already has a picture of the DVD cover artwork up. The film will be released October 28 (according to the retailer’s...

With Inglorious Bastards back to Miramax?

With Inglorious Bastards back to Miramax?

Wow, news breaks faster than anyone can possibly defend the Weinsteins against their critics. Hollywood’s number script news femme fatale scriptgirl reports that Quentin Tarantino‘s amazing script for Inglorious Bastards (check out our forum...

A commentary on Defamer’s open letter to Quentin

A commentary on Defamer’s open letter to Quentin

I just read Defamer’s “rant” about Tarantino’s “overexposure” (regarding the publicity surrounding the scarce but exciting Inglorious Bastards news), basically an op-ed/open letter piece arguing for him to “free” himself from the cradle of...

Closing the gaps #1: Eddie Presley

Closing the gaps #1: Eddie Presley

While shooting Reservoir Dogs back in ’92, Quentin Tarantino took a few hours to play a mental institution orderly in Jeff Burr’s film Eddie Presley, based on a stage play by Duane Whitaker, who...