The Torture Scene From Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs Disturbed Horror Greats Like Wes Craven & Rick Baker

Reservoir Dogs” is an interesting film to revisit, for you can see all the techniques and storytelling devices that would become Quentin Tarantino staples.

The soundtrack, nonlinear writing, and excessive blood.

However, no one knew what to expect from the filmmaker when “Reservoir Dogs” first came out over three decades ago.

The script had confused its fair share of individuals in Hollywood — though it was framed as a crime film, it hardly featured any action or actual robbery for most of its runtime.

When I first saw it, I was confused but also allured by its unique structure and story.

I was entranced by how Harvey Keitel, Steve Buscemi, and Tim Roth’s characters dealt with the bloody aftermath of a heist I didn’t even get to see.From the beginning, audiences are treated to a number of different conversations.

Discussions about tipping servers, rats, anonymity, and maniac accomplices.

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