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A supercut of violence from Tarantino films

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5,679 litres, give or take.

Sorry - we’re estimating how much cinematic blood Quentin Tarantino has on his hands, and we might not be too far off by the look of this video.

Plainly titled Tarantino: Blood, this is not only the final part of Jacob T. Swinney’s quadrilogy of QT supercuts paying homage to the wacky auteur, it’s also the goriest. But then you probably guessed as much.

Set to the songs Stuck In The Middle With You (Reservoir Dogs) and Unchained (Django Unchained), the music is perfectly paired with the bucketloads of violence that fills up the screen, each bloody act somehow looking like cartoonish violence as opposed to horrible murder. 

On second thoughts, QT has some serious issues.

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