The Hateful Eight Script
This is one of the most famous scripts in recent memory, not because it's incredibly amazing as a piece of literature (although it is) but rather because it was leaked before it was ready by a bunch of scumbags. This really pissed off the normally mild-mannered author. Almost to the point where he wanted to scrap the movie entirely. Thankfully cooler heads prevailed. So here is the script. We normally include an html version as well as am PDF version of scripts. But we can't find an html version. So you can download the PDF just below this text to the right. Better UI coming soon, lol. Enjoy. It's an amazing script as usual. Thanks Quentin for being you.
The Hawthorne Grill by Ian Glaubinger
I found this artwork by Ian Glaubinger while surfing around the Web today. Like many Americans I love diners. And The Hawthorne Grill was truly a diner amongst diners! I have even dreamed of being in the place. Everybody be cool this is a robbery!
The Django Unchained Charlie Rose Interview
Quentin Tarantino explains where he got the idea for "Django Unchained," why he chose to portray a volatile subject the way that he did, and what he hopes the viewer will take away.
Why is Vincent always on the John?
I just finished watching pulp fiction for the first time and I noticed something. Vincent goes to the bathroom in most of the stories. Is this symbolic of something and what?
The Inglourious Basterds Script
A "QT universe" WWII story of a guerrilla-like squad of American soldiers called "The Basterds" and the French Jewish teenage girl Shosanna who find themselves behind enemy Nazi lines during the German occupation.
The Django Unchained Script
Two years before the Civil War, Django (Jamie Foxx), a slave, finds himself accompanying an unorthodox German bounty hunter named Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz) on a mission to capture the vicious Brittle brothers.
The Jackie Brown Script
This script is by Quentin Tarantino. It is based on Elmore Leonard's novel “Rum Punch”.
BAMF Style: Samuel L. Jackson in Pulp Fiction
Will you try anything once? How about a slightly anal analysis of Jules Winnfield's wardrobe from the Pulp Fiction film? Well? Yes? No? Maybe so? Then BAMFSTYLE.COM can accommodate you.
Kill Bill: Volume 1 - I Have Vermin To Kill
The Bride seeks Hattori Hanzo and his legendary Japanese steel. In a sushi bar of all places.
What happened to the Gimp?
GIMP (gĭmp) n. (1) a derrogatory term for someone that is disabled or has a medicial problem that results in physical impairment. (2) An insult implying that someone is incompetent, stupid, etc. Can also be used to imply that the person is uncool or can't/won't do what everyone else is doing.The Gimp is perhaps a plot device to the hypocrisy of LA policemen. They are supposed to always "protect and serve" but sometimes they "do other things" to you. Or perhaps The Gimp is an updated version of Bill McKinney's role as the "backwoodsman" rapist in Deliverance? Whatever the deal, it remains a cinematic icon forever. But what happened to him? Please speculate
The Death Proof Script
The text below isn't really the "script". I actually don't know what it is... maybe some sort of transcribed audio from the film. But heck, it's the best I could find in html format.
The Death Proof Trailer
This car is 100% death proof. Only to get the benefit of it, honey, you REALLY need to be sitting in my seat.
Everything Wrong With Pulp Fiction in 20 Minutes or Less by Moviesins
This video is much better than it sounds. It's 20 minutes long with tons of good and funny comments. There's an ad at the end for MUBI... but you should really get that anyway.