New trailer for Tarantino’s latest INGLORIOUS BASTERDS.

You know that Neil Young lyric “It’s better to burn out than to fade away”? Tarantino obviously thinks it’s better to fade away by making increasingly irrelevant, stupid pastiche movies. I mean, I suppose you could say he’s been doing that since Reservoir Dogs but the trailer for his next film Inglorious Basterds looks offensively bad.



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6 responses to “New trailer for Tarantino’s latest INGLORIOUS BASTERDS.

  1. Offensively bad by what measure? I mean, it looks like a pretty sanitised, watered-down trailer, but I don’t see any particular reason to expect the film to be bad. Well, apart from that awkward line about the Nazi scalps, and the Hitler tantrum shot.

    But then, I really like Kill Bill, so maybe our tastes just differ.

  2. Brad

    It’s becoming increasingly clear that Tarantino is only interested in fetishizing violence and justifying his filmmaking with so-called postmodern homages. I like Kill Bill too but I feel that in the end it’s a piece of fluffy entertainment. There’s nothing particularly wrong with that, but when you start fetishizing the Holocaust and creating Nazi blood-lust, the ideological seams of Tarantino’s filmmaking really start to show.

  3. thank god I’m not the only one who thinks this is going to be an absolute piece of shit from a director who needs to be exiled on a desert island with Eli Roth.

    Oh wait, isn’t Eli Roth in this as well? Fuck me.

  4. Brad

    Eli Roth and Tarantino need to take the next logical step and film themselves giving each other blow jobs.

  5. which we all know has already happened.

    M. Night Shyamalan can just join them (it’ll be the shock twist at the end)

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