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Pop Culture / By Jarrett Kruse / August 18, 2:15 PM

Quentin Tarantino supercut edits together every death in the director's films

Award-winning director Quentin Tarantino's ultra violence is on full display in this fan-created short.

Credit: Jerod Harris/Getty Images Entertainment

It is fair to say that Quentin Tarantino movies are very, very bloody. His oeuvre is instantly associated with the ultra violence that has become his calling card. From "Reservoir Dogs" to "Django Unchained" and the upcoming "The Hateful Eight," Tarantino movies are synonymous with bloody violence, and fans would not have it any other way. The Oscar winning director (for his screenplays) knows exactly what his audience wants, and he delivers time and time again. In his over 20 years in the business, Tarantino has accumulated close to 600 on screen deaths.

Vimeo user Jaume R. Lloret has put together a 4+ minute video of every single death in QT's movies. In a nice nod to Tarantino's fondness of the 1970's, the four minute clip is set to "Didn't I Blow Your Mind This Time" by The Delfonics. For those die hard Tarantino fans, you will remember the song being prominently heard in the director's "Pulp Fiction" follow-up "Jackie Brown."

The video, created by Lloret, is a barrage of violence, and it goes quick. But be warned, it is not safe for work. It looks like Tarantino's next film, "The Hateful Eight," is going to stick to the director's winning formula that his minions love so much. While the project has been under wraps for some time now, it seems that the production has gained some momentum in the past few weeks. Whenever it starts, one thing can be certain: There will be a whole lotta killin'.

Quentin Tarantino // Every Death from Jaume R. Lloret on Vimeo.

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