Much has been made of Quentin Tarantino’s penchant for violence as of late, given the recent release of what is arguably his most violent film to date: “The Hateful Eight”. But what a lot of folks seem to be missing is how deftly Tarantino turns brutality into art.
Quentin is a perfectionist, his precision and specificity is nigh unmatched in the film world, and his treatment of violence is no different. If you’re like me, you love a great Tarantino bloodbath. And if you’re like me, there are few things more refreshing than this supercut of all the killing across Tarantino’s considerable filmography.
Take a peek, bask in the glory.
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