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

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

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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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