Tags : Quentin Tarantino

At the Movies with my Dad

I wanted to write something for my dad that was related to movies and here it is. This a very personal piece of my life and I understand the lack of desire you might feel in reading it. I’m not asking you to, I’m just asking you to be okay with me writing it and […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Bad Times at the El Royale

“I believe that life is chaotic, a jumble of accidents, ambitions, misconceptions, bold intentions, lazy happenstances, and unintended consequences, yet I also believe that there are connections that illuminate our world, revealing its endless mystery and wonder.” – David Maraniss I’ve read “Tarantino rip-off” or “…an homage to Tarantino”. Either way is it a bad […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Dunkirk

For the most part, directors are an unknown for general audiences. They really couldn’t care less. Then there are those whose names nearly overshadow the very movies they helm. Scorsese, Tarantino, Spielberg, and of course Christopher Nolan. I think each of these masters are well known for taking risks and separating themselves from the masses. […]Read More

Diary of a Film Freak: January ’16

Hello, Dave. I watched 100 movies in January. Didn’t set out to, just did. After a couple of busy months packed with awards season screeners and screenings, it was nice to chill out and watch some movies of my choosing. A lot of the films I watched are comfort movies; old favorites I’ve revisited countless […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Hateful Eight

Say what you will about the man himself but there is no denying that a film directed by Quentin Tarantino is always an event not to be missed. The Hateful Eight is perhaps his slowest film to date and without question his longest at a staggering three hours and two minutes. Despite the scenic route […]Read More

A Tribute to Goodfellas: A 25 Year-Old Masterpiece

“As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster.” -Henry Hill (1955) It brings about questions of morality and acceptability… On September 21, 1990, the Martin Scorsese directed classic Goodfellas was unleashed. Now 25 years later its impact and legacy is still influencing pop culture to this day. Careers were […]Read More

Hero Complex Gallery Presents: Tarantino Tintypes by Tracy Ching

  One of our favorite artists, Tracie Ching, was asked to participate in Hero Complex Gallery‘s Young Guns Invitational, a show featuring emerging artists. We did an interview with her way, way, way back in 2012. You can read it HERE Each artist was asked to submit a small body of work featuring a subject […]Read More

Odd City Presents True Romance by GABZ

Odd City has again partnered with Morgan Creek Productions to bring a new and fully licensed screen print of the 1993 Tony Scott/Quentin Tarantino epic, True Romance, to the eagerly awaiting masses! This time by Polish artists GABZ. If you’ve been paying attention you’ve probably noticed GABZ is a rising star in the screen printed […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: 2 Guns

I was a little torn about this movie for one reason and that reason is Denzel Washington. I don’t say that because I don’t like him. In fact he’s one of my favorite actors. I was a little saddened to see him go back to these “paycheck films”, that being a movie that is made […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Django Unchained

By seeing the poster for Django Unchained, you can guess it has to do with slaves in the old west; but taking that information and considering who wrote and directed the film you’ll be itching to get into your seat already. It’s not all the necessary vulgarities, but the assumption that it will be another […]Read More

Austin Connection Movie Review: Django Unchained by Michael N.

“Django Unchained“ to me is a modern day Spaghetti Western at times, and others its a literary master piece. Quentin Tarantino can be brutal with his writing, Django Unchained is no different and I loved every second of it. Lets just say this was Quentin Tarantino’s best movie since Pulp Fiction. In my opinion. But […]Read More