pulp fiction


The Most Underrated Films of the 2010s Part I: Blockbusters and Franchises Edition

Netflix Films Leaving in December: Last Jedi, Thor: Ragnarok, and Frasier!

Netflix has revealed their list of films and TV shows leaving the service in December, and to the shock of nobody it includes some of the heavy hitters that will move to Disney+. Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Thor: Ragnarok leave by the end of the month, while classic films like Schindler’s List, Pulp […]

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“American Gods”: Danny Trejo, Julia Sweeney, Wale Join Season 3 Cast

For a show about the growing war between the old gods and new gods, you would think American Gods fans wouldn’t be too thrilled with things being “quiet” or “dull” or “boring” – but STARZ‘s series had a bit of a bumpy ride heading into its second season. But after a return that gave the […]

Viz Comic Asks... What if the Carry On Team Had Make Pulp Fiction?

Viz Comic Asks… What if the Carry On Team Had Made Pulp Fiction?

The Carry On films are one of the strangest movie franchises going. Wehat began as a black-and-white fifties comedy Carry On Sergeant, saw a regular troop of British TV and radio comedians create spoof movies of every genre going, reprising versions of the same characters in different times and places, in a succession of innuendo-based […]



Uma Thurman Joins Supernatural Drama Series ‘Chambers’ from Netflix

In Netflix‘s upcoming series Chambers, the heart wants what the heart wants — whether Uma Thurman (Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill) likes it or not. The actress is set to join the streaming service’s 10-episode supernatural drama, created and written by co-showrunner Leah Rachel, with Alfonso Gomez-Rejon (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl) directing the pilot. Stephen […]

Moonstone Brings The Avenger: Double Feature to Stores This September

A few years ago I had the privilege of writing a few short stories for Moonstone featuring the Green Hornet, the Phantom and the Avenger. Being able to write adventures for these classic pulp icons is one of the great things about being in this industry. I grew up reading the old tales and listening […]


Rick and Morty Go ‘Pulp Fiction’ in New Run the Jewels/Adult Swim Video

Not content with being locked up in their offices 24/7 as they grind out fifteen and thirty-minute blocks of pure genius on a regular basis, “The Powers That Be” at Adult Swim are taking it to the streets on October 6-7 for their very first Adult Swim Festival. Set for downtown Los Angeles, the two-day […]

Samuel L. Jackson Performs His Film Retrospective In 11 Minutes

As a guest on the Late Late Show with James Corben, Samuel L. Jackson and the host performed an eleven minute retrospective of Jackson’s long film career. Some of the movies chosen I completely forgot he was in. What isn’t surprising is the number of bleeps they had to use during the piece… far more […]

What If Suicide Squad Was Done By Quentin Tarantino?

Seems that Lootcrate isn’t happy with just being the company that sends out random boxes of stuff. Now they’re getting into making Youtube videos… and this one is pretty cool. The premise, a Suicide Squad parody trailer done as if it was made up of Quentin Tarantino characters. You have folks from Kill Bill, Pulp […]

Pixar Artist Makes Children’s Book From R-Rate Movie Scenes

Buzzfeed picked up on this very cool little book from Pixar storyboard artist Josh Cooley. In his spare time he drew up these famous scenes from r-rated movies in the style of a children’s book. The book, Movies R Fun is available now at Amazon.com. They even did up this fun trailer: [youtube]http://youtu.be/LU3FgqURpCw[/youtube] And here are some […]



Swipe File: Last Days Of American Crime Vs Pulp Fiction

It may not be a totally obvious one, but there apears to be some homaging going on here… gun, cigarettes, reading material, bed,… In Swipe File we present two or more images that resemble each other to some degree. They may be homages, parodies, ironic appropriations, coincidences or works of the lightbox. We trust you, […]

Now Pulp Fiction Has Been Recut Into Chronological Order – Watch It Here

It’s a popular misconception that the non-linear structure of Pulp Fiction is nothing but a conceit, and perhaps a vain one, or something simply used to “keep things interesting.” It is, instead, an integral part of how the film builds its meanings and creates its impact upon the audience. So, who would ever want a […]

The Censors Finally “Pull Back” On Pulp Fiction And In The Realm Of The Senses

Amongst the multitude of options in censoring a film, besides the obvious removal of footage or the re-dubbing of dialogue, is the use of image cropping or artificial zooming. A shot can be re-framed throughout to remove part of the original information, or it might be subject to a “Ken Burns” style push-in that changes […]