To mark the official end of the anniversary blogathon, I put together a video of 20 of my favourite moments from the film.
by Niall McArdle Regular readers know that the Royale With Cheeseathon has been ongoing here since May, but this week is the 20th anniversary of Pulp Fiction opening in cinemas. source: dead4movie Vanity Fair has reprinted its fascinating history of the film’s production here Everybody wanted to be in th film, apparently. Actors considered for roles in the […]Read more "They Look Like A Couple of Dorks! The T-Shirts of “Pulp Fiction”"
It seems you can use Pulp Fiction for almost any purpose, so why not use sounds and dialogue to make a dance track. Or this conspiracy-filled dissection of the film: Speaking of universes, do all of his films exist in the same universe? A Tarantinoverse? If you like that, there are other Tarantino mash-ups, like […]Read more "Mmm-hmmm! That is a tasty supercut. The Musical Tribute to the Death-filled Alternate Universes that just might be the Same Universe of Tarantino Movies. A Royale With Cheeseathon Post"
I’m not really a good photoshopper, so if anybody else would like to have a crack at it, please be my guest and send it alongRead more "Does it look like a badge?!?"
The contents of the infamous briefcase that Jules and Vincent retrieve from Brett and his friends is never revealed onscreen.Read more "What’s in the Briefcase? A Royale With Cheeseathon Guest Post"
Just a quick update on the Pulp Fiction 20th anniversary Royale With Cheeseathon We’ve had guest posts from Cathy at 746 Books and Anna at Film Grimoire. source: stayte-of-the-art.deviantart.com The cheeseathon is still going on; send your stuff to firstname.lastname@example.org Need some cheeseathon inspiration for your post? You may want to check out two pieces of Tarantino news […]Read more "The Crazy 88s and The Hateful Eight: A Royale With Cheeseathon Update"
The scene is a perfect summation of the movie: the calm exterior masking a desperate conniving, as Jackie Brown plays off the Feds against the arms dealer who she smuggles for, hoping that when the dust settles, she can just walk off with a cool million.Read more "Bobby Womack and One of the Greatest Opening Titles Sequences Ever … a Royale With Cheeseathon Post"