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8-bit Pulp Fiction


It's a new year, but the same old fantastic work from the bods at Cinefix who have created this amazing version of Tarantino's classic Pulp Fiction as if it were an 8-bit video game, with all manner of sub-games contained within.

All of your favourite moments are present and correct, so let's get down to business and watch it. We can only begin to imagine how much fun a real version of this would be to play...



8-bit Godzilla vs Monsters


Hunger Games goes 8-bit


Thor In 8-Bit


The Shining In 8-Bit


8-bit Dark Knight


8-Bit Blade Runner


8-bit Anchorman


8-bit Star Wars battles


Famous dogs in 8-bit



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