The Twin Geeks 38: Tarantino Ranked

With the highly anticipated release of Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film, Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood, we’ve assembled a crack team of experts after marathoning all of this celebrated indie director’s films to discuss our collective findings on the varying quality of his entire oeuvre. From the humble beginnings of Reservoir Dogs (1992), to the award-winning and cultural success of Pulp Fiction (1994), all the way up his recent box office smash with Hollywood, Tarantino has been shaping modern cinema for the past 25 years, bringing with him a new wave of cult film enthusiasts. His love for the craft of filmmaking has always shown through, shaped by his days working in a rental store and cramming his head with as many different and varied movies as he could. Join us in looking over how those influences have shaped his career, and how in turn his career has shaped our collective movie-watching experience.


Do The Twin Geeks Dream of Electric Cats? (0:00 – 4:08)

Once Upon a Time… in the Box Office (4:08 – 14:23)

The Tarantino List (14:23 – 19:32)

9. Reservoir Dogs (19:32 – 29:20)

8. Deathproof (29:20 – 39:30)

7. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (39:30 – 1:00:50)

6. Kill Bill (1:00:50 – 1:12:00)

5. Hateful 8 (1:12:00 – 1:19:16)

4. Inglorious Bastards (1:19:16: 1:27:11)

3. Django Unchained (1:27:11 – 1:38:30)

2. Jackie Brown (1:38:30 – 1:47:43)

1. Pulp Fiction (1:47:43 – 2:02:25)

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