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Tarantino’s 50th – Kill Bill: Vol.2 (Written by Mark Walker)

Today’s final post is a Kill Bill Vol.2 review contributed by Mark Walker. I’m sure that most of you know Mark and his blog, but for those of who don’t I would thoroughly recommend visiting his site here. It’s certainly worth your time. Now although this is the final review for today, the posts will be continuing for the next two days […]

Tarantino’s 50th – Kill Bill: Vol.1 (Written by Joey Corpora)

This post begins a celebration of Tarantino’s 50th birthday. From the 27th through to the 29th there will be a series of guest posts; both reviewing his work, but also taking a look at a few films which he himself rates highly. First up is a Kill Bill review by Joey Corpora, I would like […]

Kill Bill: Vol. 2 – Review (Spoiler Free)

So here is the more difficult volume of the two, reviewing this one is a little complicated – do I treat it as a sequel, the second half of a single film, or as a standalone film in its own right? The thing is of course that it is all of these. Volume 2 concludes […]

Kill Bill: Vol.1 – Review (Spoiler Free)

This film is all about the final third – sure the rest of the film is great; stylish and entertaining with the anime sequence being a particular highlight, but the last section of the film has The Crazy 88, the 5.6.7.8’s, the beautiful garden sequence and then that ending line which I really love. If […]