Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs are returning to theaters for one night only
If you've never gotten the chance to see what Marcellus Wallace looks like on the big screen, here is your chance to confirm that he does not, in fact, look like a 20-foot-tall bitch: Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction will get a limited theatrical re-release on December 6 as part of a "Tarantino XX" event celebrating his 20-year career—an event that fortuitously coincides with the release of Django Unchained later that month, and which will be paired with a special feature looking back at his films, as well as a selection of Tarantino-picked trailers for the movies that inspired him. Tarantino's debut, Reservoir Dogs, will get its own one-night-only screening on Dec. 4 to celebrate its 20th anniversary, in case the recent news of a Smells Like Teen Spirit sitcom had not already confirmed your increasing decrepitude. (Consider this: You are now as nostalgically removed from Reservoir Dogs as its characters are from K-BILLY's Super Sounds Of The '70s.) Go here for a list of participating cities and to purchase tickets.