In a special three-part podcast miniseries for The Ringer, Quentin Tarantino talks with journalist and film critic Amy Nicholson, speaking candidly about his career, life, movie obsessions, and the films that play the New Beverly.
The first episode of QUENTIN TARANTINO'S FEATURE PRESENTATION is out!
Quentin and I start talking about the surrealistic 1967 thriller POINT BLANK….and wind up talking about RESERVOIR DOGS, and his own fear that he might not be a good director.https://t.co/zZnrpgVVjv pic.twitter.com/9o3HIILmnL
— Amy Nicholson (@TheAmyNicholson) July 25, 2019
In 1973, 10-yr-old Quentin Tarantino couldn't watch ENTER THE DRAGON. The LA kid spent one year cut off from pop culture in rural Tennessee, reading about movies he wasn't sure he'd get to see (at least, before KENTUCKY FRIED MOVIE spoiled the plot). https://t.co/tWqPXLU21s pic.twitter.com/AdXHu7Q1bb
— Amy Nicholson (@TheAmyNicholson) July 30, 2019