There’s Just One Subject Quentin Tarantino Thinks Should Never Be Shown On Film

If you’ve ever seen a movie from homage extraordinaire Quentin Tarantino, then you’re probably aware that excess is a crucial part of his DNA.

The filmmaker behind “Pulp Fiction” and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is a man for which the word “restraint” is unlikely in his lexicon.

For better or worse, when Tarantino wants to shock you, he’ll find a way to make you flinch.

It’s been that way ever since his “Reservoir Dogs” days.When Tarantino unleashes his signature wave of violence, he sure opens the floodgates.

In his movies, people don’t get shot, they pop like a bloody balloon as if it were sent directly from Pennywise himself.

The over-the-top violence featured in his films make sense considering how much he reveres exploitation cinema.

It’s difficult to imagine anything that would make him flinch, but there’s one aspect of filmmaking he finds particularly reprehensible.Actual Animal

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