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Why make a supercut of every Tarantino movie death? Because it’s so much fun!

We’ve all become completely desensitized to cinematic depictions of violence here, right? Great, because otherwise it would be pretty difficult to enjoy this supercut of every single onscreen death (and a couple of maimings) from a Quentin Tarantino movie. Produced by Spanish filmmaker Jaume Lloret, the supercut clocks in at a Rastafarian-friendly 4 minutes and 20 seconds—a minute and a half of that devoted to Kill Bill, Vol. 1—and goes in chronological order from Reservoir Dogs to Django Unchained. Set to the smooth sounds of the Delfonics’ “Didn’t I (Blow Your Mind This Time),” Lloret’s video reaffirms a handful of things: that blood spatter is cool, Jan is lame, and that Quentin Tarantino should probably buy stock in corn syrup.


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