quentin tarantino

The Gospel according to Tarantino

“Digital projection is the death of cinema as I know it. I don’t need to go and watch television in public.”

Eli Roth on TIFF’s hunger for gore

The director of The Green Inferno in conversation with Barry Hertz

The best in holiday movies

Fed up with peace on earth? Check out ‘Jack Reacher,’ ‘Django Unchained,’ ‘The Impossible,’ ‘This is 40’ and ‘Rust and Bone’

Brian D. Johnson: ‘You never get sick of the good stuff’

From the archives: The Maclean’s veteran dishes on the highs and lows of the festival


Instead of a year-end list of my own

COLBY COSH dismisses the National Board of Review’s Top 10 Movies of 2009—none of which he’s seen


What happened to Quentin Tarantino?

The director of ‘Pulp Fiction’ and ‘Kill Bill’ once epitomized the future of moviemaking. But now he’s mostly interested in movies of the past.

Through the looking glass in Cannes

From the old mastery of Alain Resnais to a to Heath Ledger’s final jest, cinema greatest romance is with itself

The German Question

Rooting out the original sin of Nazism with Haneke and Tarantino

Brad, Quentin and the Canadian ‘basterd’

Overshadowed in Cannes by Pitt and Tarantino, Mike Myers says he’s “honoured with a ‘u’ “