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Watch This Supercut of Quentin Tarantino References in Pop Culture

Miri Malek June 27, 2017 June 27th, 2017

We all know Tarantino references the hell out of other people’s movies. He’s totally a filmic omnivore, having made his career out of consuming and regurgitating the most iconic scenes from pretty obscure movies. That’s including 80s exploitation films and a huge variety of martial arts films from all over east Asia. So now directors and cinematographers have been pulling the same act with Tarantino’s films– His movies are regularly referenced visually, or directly quoted in the script, or even slipped into the bars of a rap.

This total film buff Jacob T. Swinney has made a 6-minute supercut of the times Tarantino’s iconic film moments are recycled in film, TV and music videos. It’s called “Referencing Tarantino.” It’s really enjoyable and you’ll definitely see a bunch of unexpected relationships. Most of the references are to Tarantino’s most famous works: Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, and Reservoir Dogs. But if you watch the supercut video at the end, you’ll catch almost the entire filmography. Check out some of these refs– have you seen them before?

Pulp Fiction

Pulp Fiction/Simpsons. We know the Simpsons reference just about everything happening in the popular consciousness. I’m really into the split frames showing the scenes side-by-side, they’re literally exactly the same.

Simpsons/Pulp Fiction.


Breaking Bad pulls from this iconic heroin sequence

Kill Bill

Obviously there’s a Robot Chicken episode that mixes Kill Bill and Jesus.

Reservoir Dogs

It’s Always Sunny parodied Reservoir Dogs in their St Patty’s Day episode. It features Charlie torturing a man dressed as a leprechaun

Watch the full supercut below!