I am watching Pulp Fiction for...the gazillionth time(seriously...if gazillion was a number, I have passed it), and for the life of me, I JUST CANNOT GET the anti QT folks. Yes, like Kevin Smith, his writing tends to be quite fond of itself...and, at times, folks tend to speak like it's a script instead of natural conversation...still, HOW in the hell can you question the art. "He's a Hack"...really? How. NOBODY makes a movie like Tarentino. NOBODY. Guy has just made GREAT movie after GREAT movie and the sky is the ****ing limit. Jayzus...if you didn't like Inglorious, well, you just don't enjoy movies. Sorry, but haters be damned.
You know who's the real hack? Alan Smithee. And that guy still gets a movie every now and then.
HighDefDiscNews » Quentin Tarantino’s “CSI: Grave Danger” episode on Blu-ray February 2012
Anybody see this? I'll admit, I'm curious as hell even though I never watch CSI and do not care to.CBS / Paramount plan to bring the two-part episode “CSI: Grave Danger” directed by Quentin Tarantino to Blu-ray Disc as a feature-length 85 minute telefilm on February 7th, 2012. Tech specs for the release have not yet been detailed but stay tuned. The title is already available for PRE-ORDER over at Amazon with a $17.49 price tag. The only bonus feature set to be include is titled “Tarantino Style featurette” and a DVD is also included; to make this a “combo pack” release.
Festival Trailer for Found Footage Phenom Known as Upper | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central
A few months ago we were sent information about a viral video that had surfaced which may or may not have been real. Almost immediately all sorts of odd reports began surfacing. Apparently a YouTube video appeared earlier this year which showed a girl overdosing while her friends stood around and jeered her. Now the word is that before this video surfaced, an extortion plot was hatched to get some scratch out of the people involved in the scene (which resulted in the girl's death).
No one would pony up the dough so parts of the 393 minutes of footage began leaking online... enter Quentin Tarantino.
The story goes that Tarantino bought the footage and planned on releasing it as a film entitled Upper. Initially he was allegedly going to make a film based on the entire story with actual footage sprinkled in. Then he was just going to release the footage as-is.
For more on all of this confusion check out our original story on Upper here. Or, just check out the new festival trailer below which brings you up to speed quite nicely. Clocking in at nearly seven minutes it ought to. It's also been announced that Upper will play only a single time in Park City Utah later this month outside of the Sundance Film Festival.