Quentin Tarantino is a very particular man. His films are carefully and artfully constructed from the music to the smartly embedded references to other movies.
It therefore makes sense that location would also play a huge part in his process. His films are very much tied to a sense of place and if, like us, you have a fascination with getting just a little bit closer to the worlds which he creates, we've taken a global Google tour and found some of his best locations.
You'll need to add blood and 60s music yourself though.
Bistrot La Renaissance, 112 Rue Championnet, 75018 Paris, France
The scene when: Shoshanna reads her book and drinks her wine before getting approached by Frederick Zoller
5508 Atlas St, Los Angeles, California
From:Kill Bill: Volume One
The scene when: The Bride arrives to kill Vernita Green
Texas Chili Parlor, 1461 Lavaca St, Austin, Texas
The scene when: Jungle Julia and the girls go out for the night and meet Stuntman Mike
Pat & Lorraine's Coffee Shop, 2285 Ridgeview Ave, Los Angeles, California
The scene when: The gang have breakfast and discuss Like A Virgin
11813 Runnymede Street, Los Angeles, California
The scene when: Butch runs back to his apartment to retrieve his father's watch
Rae's Restaurant, 2297 Yorkshire Avenue, Santa Monica, California
The scene when: Clarence and Alabama enjoy some pie
Calvary Baptist Church, 198th St. East, Lancaster, California
From:Kill Bill: Volume Two
The scene when: The wedding massacre occurs
Evergreen Plantation, 4649 Louisiana 18 Edgard, Louisiana
The scene when: Django and Schultz arrive at Big Daddy's plantation to track the Brittle Brothers