spokeart:

Artwork inspired by Quentin Tarantino’s classic masterpiece, Pulp Fiction.

These stunning paintings and limited edition prints were created exclusively for Spoke Art’s “Quentin vs. Coen” art show, now on view in San Francisco.

Check out the limited edition prints from this show here and the original paintings from this show here.

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Anonymous;
what are your favorite blogs?

If I had to pick a few it would be: fuckyeahtarantinofilms, tarantinoforever, gameofgifs, communitythings & leeeeeeeeeegoooooooooolaaaaaaaaas (or however the fuck you spell it)

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O-ren Ishii! You and I have unfinished business
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666darko:

"I’m the horniest motherfucker on the road!"
Death Proof (2007) dir. Quentin Tarantino

666darko:

"I’m the horniest motherfucker on the road!"

Death Proof (2007) dir. Quentin Tarantino

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xombiedirge:

Pulp Fiction ReAction Figures by Funko

3.75” Blood splattered Vincent Vega and Jules Winnfield, limited to 2000 pieces each, will be exclusively available from Booth #5343 at SDCC 2014.

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When Brad Pitt’s character, Lt. Aldo Raine, pretends to be an Italian actor near the end of the movie, he uses name “Enzo Girolami”, which is the birth name of the director of original Inglorious Bastards  (The Inglorious Bastards (1978)), Enzo G. Castellari.

In a scene in the movie theater, Eli Roth’s character Sgt. Donny Donowitz uses the alias “Antonio Margheriti”. This alias is named after cult Italian director Antonio Margheriti (director of such films as Cannibal Apocalypse (1980)), one of Roth’s and Quentin Tarantino’s favorite directors.

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After finding out it was Walt who poisoned Brock, Jesse turns a gun on his former lab partner, who wiggles out of the desperate situation by framing Gustavo Fring.One of many examples of Walter lying to, and manipulating Jesse, but there’s more to this scene than just the beginning of the disintegration of their relationship.This stand-off is eerily reminiscent of one of the most famous scenes from Quentin Tarantino’s 1992 film ‘Reservoir Dogs’.A coincidence, you might say, given that Walt, unlike Steve Buscemi here, is unarmed. But what was Buscemi’s character called, again? Mr Pink. And Jesse’s surname? Pinkman.And what character is Harvey Keitel playing? Mr White. Walt’s last name?We’re just putting two and two together here, folks. [x]

After finding out it was Walt who poisoned Brock, Jesse turns a gun on his former lab partner, who wiggles out of the desperate situation by framing Gustavo Fring.
One of many examples of Walter lying to, and manipulating Jesse, but there’s more to this scene than just the beginning of the disintegration of their relationship.
This stand-off is eerily reminiscent of one of the most famous scenes from Quentin Tarantino’s 1992 film ‘Reservoir Dogs’.
A coincidence, you might say, given that Walt, unlike Steve Buscemi here, is unarmed. But what was Buscemi’s character called, again? Mr Pink. And Jesse’s surname? Pinkman.
And what character is Harvey Keitel playing? Mr White. Walt’s last name?
We’re just putting two and two together here, folks. [x]

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film meme: [1/9] male characters Hans Landa 

"so, gentlemen, let’s discuss the prospect of ending the war tonight."

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quentin’s beautiful women 1 / ? -  nichole galicia

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Anonymous;
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh!!! Just saw your The Wolf set! More more more needed, I just adored his character in pulp fiction <3

Aye aye, captain! I think I got a couple in my queue for tonight, but as soon as I’m back home it’s the wolf wolf wolf wolf wolf

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