PULP FICTION

A Tarantino Tribute: 6 Movies That Wouldn’t Exist Without “Pulp Fiction”

A Tarantino Tribute: 6 Movies That Wouldn’t Exist Without “Pulp Fiction”

Without “Pulp Fiction,” would we have had movies like “Snatch,” “In Bruges” and “Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead”? Highly doubtful.

Turn Away From the Screen: 9 Shocking Scenes on Film

Turn Away From the Screen: 9 Shocking Scenes on Film

If you’ve already seen “Deliverance,” “Funny Games,” and “Chinatown” then you know what’s ahead.

Crazy, Sexy, Cool: Quentin Tarantino’s Movies, Ranked

Crazy, Sexy, Cool: Quentin Tarantino’s Movies, Ranked

“The Hateful Eight,” his most recent pic, comes in third place!

From Jedi to Superhero: Samuel L. Jackson’s 10 Biggest Hits

From Jedi to Superhero: Samuel L. Jackson’s 10 Biggest Hits

Samuel L. Jackson is probably best known for two things in Hollywood: his authoritative charisma on-screen and his ability to take on any role at all. His prolific approach has helped make Jackson an iconic cultural figure… but never mind all that, this guy’s the highest-grossing film star of all time! Here are the actor’s ten most successful projects, from “Star Wars” to “Pulp Fiction.”

Bullet Holes Before Gunshots? That’s Just the Beginning in This List of Movie Gaffes

Bullet Holes Before Gunshots? That’s Just the Beginning in This List of Movie Gaffes

Movie fandom in the age of pause buttons has given us so much: the ability to repeat snippets of scenes, to enjoy unlimited bathroom breaks, and most especially, to discover tiny editing gaffes and other moviemaking mistakes that you usually don’t catch the first time around. Take a closer look at “Pulp Fiction,” “Raiders of the Lost Ark” and more.

Lights, Camera, Chug: Top 10 Movie Drinking Games (For Adults Only)

Lights, Camera, Chug: Top 10 Movie Drinking Games (For Adults Only)

When it comes to a night in, there’s no better mix than some booze and a classic flick… as long as you’ve got the right one, and the right set of rules to go along with it. Some are hangover-inducing, others stay firmly in the realm of tipsy, but all ten of these time-tested games are guaranteed to take your quoting, cheering and witty banter to the next level.

Kill Bill. Kill Drag Racers. Kill the Nazis. The Women of Quentin Tarantino

Kill Bill. Kill Drag Racers. Kill the Nazis. The Women of Quentin Tarantino

Never underestimate a Tarantino woman—in his impressive body of work, the director’s strong and charismatic female characters reign supreme. Here are ten of our favorite gunsligers.

HAPPY ENDINGS and PULP FICTION top our favorite ensemble casts

HAPPY ENDINGS and PULP FICTION top our favorite ensemble casts

What makes a great ensemble cast? Often the individual players are exceptional in their own right; often they are undisputed leads. But brought together, with the right director and the right script, they can create something different, something bigger.

HAPPY ENDINGS and PULP FICTION top our favorite ensemble casts

HAPPY ENDINGS and PULP FICTION top our favorite ensemble casts

What makes a great ensemble cast? Often the individual players are exceptional in their own right; often they are undisputed leads. But brought together, with the right director and the right script, they can create something different, something bigger.

Recipes for Famous Movie Meals, from “Goodfellas” to “Pulp Fiction”

Recipes for Famous Movie Meals, from “Goodfellas” to “Pulp Fiction”

Sure, you could just serve popcorn at your next movie night with family or friends — but how about taking it to another level? With the help of some expert chefs, ShortList.com has recipes that emulate famous meals from iconic films, like the Big Kahuna from PULP FICTION and the prison meal from GOODFELLAS (my favorite gangster movie). So instead of popcorn, on your next GOODFELLAS night enjoy the same delicious pasta meal Paulie, Vinnie, Johnny Dio and Henry sit down to in prison. Whether or not to chop the garlic with a razor blade is entirely up to you. As Paulie (Paul Sorvino) says when Henry (Ray Liotta) produces the bottles of red and white wine: “OK, now we can eat… OK, boys let’s eat.”