Quentin Tarantino

A requiem for medium-sized movies

By James Luxford

Why have mid-budget films all-but disappeared from today’s cinematic landscape?

The 100 best films of the 1990s: 50-26

By Little White Lies

Martin Scorsese, Claire Denis and Terrence Malick break into the Top 50 of our ’90s countdown.

The Sound and the Fury – 25 years of Tarantino

By James Luxford

It’s a quarter of a century since Reservoir Dogs changed cinema forever. But how has its maker evolved over the years?

Lone Star: a profile of Denzel Washington in seven chapters

By Jessica Kiang

In a landscape of total celebrity saturation, is this enigmatic Hollywood icon is the last of the pure movie stars?

Can intermissions ever positively impact the cinema going experience?

By Michael Dalton

This antiquated tradition could hold the key to ensuring the survival of smaller cinemas.

Why do women make better film editors?

By Thomas Hobbs

Despite so few opportunities for female directors, women are currently thriving in the cutting room.

Five sensational old-school westerns that reinvented the genre

By David Hayles

Bone Tomahawk isn’t the first film to push the American frontier in a surprising new direction.

The Hateful Eight video review

By Clarisse Loughrey

Quentin Tarantino is back with his boldest, bloodiest film yet, but does it pass the TDMS! test? Watch to find out...

Eight films to watch before you see The Hateful Eight

By David Hayles

Tales of bloodletting, treachery and demonic possession to whet your appetite for Quentin Tarantino’s latest.

Why Death Proof is Quentin Tarantino’s best movie

By David Jenkins

The director’s own professed black sheep is his most beautiful work.

Watch the awesome trailer for The Hateful Eight

By Little White Lies

An octet of outlaws assemble for Quentin Tarantino’s eighth feature.

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