Quentin Tarantino is the most influential American filmmaker of the past quarter century. A passionate lover of so many classic genres, Tarantino has spent 30 years re-inventing and combining those genres into modern films for modern audiences all while infusing a dialogue style never heard before and oft-imitated since. His movies are violent, loud, feature colorful language, and above all else, they’re just plain cool. Technically, his directorial debut was My Best Friend’s Birthday from 1987, but only 36 minutes of that project exists. His first official film was 1992’s Reservoir Dogs, and he wrote gangster True Romance and a draft of Natural Born Killers before hitting the stratosphere with Pulp Fiction in 1994.
With the recent release of Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood, Tarantino officially has 9 feature films he’s both written and directed on his resume (when we count Kill Bill as one movie, which they do on the poster for the Once). And since rankings and lists are always fun, I’m going to countdown Tarantino’s filmography in order from worst to best, along with a mention of each entry’s Best Moment.
A video game based on Quentin Tarantino’s 1992 crime drama Reservoir Dogs is on the way titled Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days.
The game is a top-down shooter from Big Star Games, in a partnership with Lionsgate, which sees players taking on the role of one of the film’s characters—Mr. Blonde, Mr. Blue, Mr. Brown, Mr. Orange, Mr. Pink, or Mr. White—and attempting to pull off heists.
You can read much more about the game and watch a brief reveal video, which shares some peeks at the ultra-violent gameplay you’d expect from a game based on Tarantino’s work, below.