film-dot-com:

INFOGRAPHIC: Every Tarantino Movie Death (and how)
soooo… Operation Kino was a success, then? 
(h/t Next Movie)

film-dot-com:

INFOGRAPHIC: Every Tarantino Movie Death (and how)

soooo… Operation Kino was a success, then? 

(h/t Next Movie)

(Source: thedeathoffilm)

pleasingaesthetics:

exteenagers:

the best scene in cinematic history lbr

FUNNIEST SCENE IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSE. 

Dunno what the hell was wrong with the people in my theatre, I was screaming of laughter while everyone else was silent.

So so hilarious and funny.

(Source: bummerfriends, via pleasingaesthetics)

frankocean:

django was ill without it. 

Frank Ocean - “Wise Man” (from the Django Unchained soundtrack)

Now, a new interview has very specific statements about a movie that could be “the third of the trilogy.” This one could be called Killer Crow, and it “would be [connected to] Inglourious Basterds, too, because Inglourious Basterds are in it,” but it would follow a squad of black US soldiers in 1944. 

eye-contact:


Django UnchainedSubmitted by myfate-mysweet


In regards to the bloody hand:


The scene in which Leonardo DiCaprio’s character smashes his hand on the table was done with such force that his hand actually began to bleed. DiCaprio ignored it and continued with the scene. This take was the one used in the film. 


I thought this might be the case while watching the movie yesterday and IMDb confirmed it.

eye-contact:

Django Unchained

Submitted by myfate-mysweet

In regards to the bloody hand:

The scene in which Leonardo DiCaprio’s character smashes his hand on the table was done with such force that his hand actually began to bleed. DiCaprio ignored it and continued with the scene. This take was the one used in the film. 

I thought this might be the case while watching the movie yesterday and IMDb confirmed it.

granduer:

Tarantino

Saw Django Unchained in a packed matinee showing earlier this afternoon. It was gratuitous and violent and a little long, but another solid entry in the Tarantino cannon. I will always skip the first mandingo fight scene in future rewatchings, however.

Saw Django Unchained in a packed matinee showing earlier this afternoon. It was gratuitous and violent and a little long, but another solid entry in the Tarantino cannon. I will always skip the first mandingo fight scene in future rewatchings, however.

(Source: saintbuchanan)

fuckyeahdirectors:

Quentin Tarantino on the set of Django Unchained (2012)

fuckyeahdirectors:

Quentin Tarantino on the set of Django Unchained (2012)

Linkdown: 6/23/11

- "Louie" returns for season 2 tonight, and is "darker and smarter than ever" according to Alan Sepinwall

- In case you were wondering, the Elijah Wood comedy "Wilfred" premieres before “Louie” and also got a favorable review

- AV Club is revisiting "Arrested Development" this summer and recaps two episodes from season 1 this week

- Jamie Foxx gets the lead in Tarantino’s upcoming Django Unchained

- A gallery of images from a new coffee table book of cult movie art

- Explosions in the Sky's first video ever is for “Last Known Surroundings”

- Stereogum’s Top 20 Albums of 2011 So Far