In a 2009 interview, the star said Tarantino stepped in for an actor and strangled her while filming a scene for "Inglourious Basterds."
"As a director, you learn things and sometimes you learn them through horrendous mistakes."
Uma Thurman has leveled assault accusations against Harvey Weinstein.
Why is this incredibly dangerous aspect of parenthood not a discussion that you have with your doctor, midwife, doula, friends-that-actually-like-you, or somebody?!
You do a double take when you hear an otherwise levelheaded sounding diplomat or news commentator using the word "kill" when in a civilized democracy we usual try, sentence and then appeal to Justice with her two scales where those who break the social contract are concerned.
The concept is a simple one: frame your subject in the middle of a doorway. Despite its simplicity, the "doorway shot" tends to bear heavy significance. In this video, watch a variety of doorway shots that seem to have one thing in common--the separation of interior and exterior that represents a much larger symbolic threshold.
America is a revenge culture: Revenge the television series, revenge porn, revenge games in sports...vengeance is a mainstay of foreign policy and a thematic obsession for film, television, and female pop-musicians.
The art of film directing has been revered since the days of the Lumière Brothers, before the title of director had even been bestowed. Now, the director has achieved a level of celebrity that is only growing exponentially.
Who is Michael Madsen? The badass in Reservoir Dogs, Donnie Brasco, or Kill Bill? Let me tell you about the Michael Madsen I spoke with -- a man who is more than the sum of the parts we see him portray on the screen.
Quentin Tarantino's bloody, explosive and extraordinary cinematic world goes deep, as the Internet was reminded last month
Huffpost Live’s dive into Quentin Tarantino’s expansive movie universe, including the films 'Pulp Fiction,' 'Reservoir Dogs,' and 'Kill Bill,' which is more complex and connected than you might assume at first glance.
The Copperhead-Black Mamba fight scene from Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill Vol. 1" is easily one of the best from the film
Film montages are de rigueur for the viral Internet rounds, but they aren't usually this fun. A new video, part of a project
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It's a new month, which means a bunch of new movies and TV shows are hitting Netflix. If you have plans this weekend we'd
Ten years ago, on April 16, 2004, Quentin Tarantino debuted the second half of "Kill Bill." We'll never forget The Bride's
(Hat tip, The Verge) Insert gun-cocking noise here. A new video from SuperCutOnline puts together a supercut of some of the
See, now I have a whole other idea of what Vol. 3 should be. It should be you at 62 and Beatrix returning to her assassinating
One thing Tarantino isn't working on, to many fans' despair, is a third "Kill Bill." Rumblings of a potential new entry in
"Wiggle your big toe." Starring Uma Thurman as The Bride (later known as Beatrix Kiddo), and David Carradine, Lucy Liu, Daryl