Ever wonder what it would be like if Tarantino got into reading, instead of watching old kung fu and Scorsese every day? Hey, maybe it would be something like this: Sharm Murugiah's Tarantino-film-as-Penguin-book series. You can buy prints of them separately or as a group here, where Murugiah also has some other alternate film imagery in the form of some re-imagined movie posters. Have a look and ponder, "If we'd only read Pulp Fiction, would we still have been cool with John Travolta for those few extra years?" Then tell yourself "no."
Following up those artist-created posters for Inglourious Basterds, here's another from Ibraheem Youssef that gives a wink to the film's crucial Chun-Li-style "3" moment.
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In Oscar-favorite Ben Affleck Pretends To Make a Movie: The Movie, one of Affleck's classic Affleck tricks is showing off some concept art from his fake production, even giving some away to his questioners. The film showed glimpses of the images as being pretty tame, unmemorabl... / Continue →
As the sort of Tarantino fans who would care about this kind of thing already know, the writer-director likes to sometimes link his films together with tenuous bloodlines: Inglourious Basterds' Donny Donowitz (Eli Roth) is father to True Romance's Lee Donowitz (Saul Rubinek); R... / Continue →