‘Directed by Quentin Tarantino.’ Aside from ‘Hand jobs by Megan Fox,’ those are perhaps the words most likely to cause an excess of blood flow in young males. His violent, comedic odes to cinema are jam-packed with references to grindhouse movies, underground film, and European art cinema, like Dennis Miller reciting the liner notes to a rep theatre programme. And Inglourious Basterds, Quentin Tarantino’s pulpy war epic, is no different. Sound on Sight caught a sneak peak of Tarantino’s new film at the Fantasia Film Festival, and tonight we’ll give it a spoiler-free review, as well as take a look at the 1978 Italian war movie that inspired Tarantino’s film.
Ricky- I made a mistake during my review. The song I played by The Arrows was from the movie Devil’s Angels and not Devil’s Wheels.