‘Tarantino XX: Eight-Film Collection’ Blu-ray Debuts November 20th

This 10-disc set also includes five hours of new bonus features, celebrating the director’s 20-year career.

Celebrating Quentin Tarantino's legendary filmmaking, Lionsgate and Miramax are proud to present the Tarantino XX: 8-Film Collection, arriving on Blu-ray Disc November 20th.

Tarantino XX: Eight-Film Collection Blu-ray

Tarantino XX contains eight films chosen by Tarantino to illustrate the first 20 years of his career, featuring the films that helped define his early success, including Reservoir Dogs, True Romance, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill Vol. 1, Kill Bill Vol. 2, Death Proof and Inglourious Basterds. To complete the stunning high definition 10-disc set, the Tarantino XX: 8-Film Collection also features two discs with five hours of all-new bonus material, highlighted by a critics' retrospective on Tarantino's groundbreaking catalog of films and "20 Years of Filmmaking" that contains interviews with critics, stars and other masters of cinema.

Tarantino XX: 8-Film Collection showcases one of the most innovative filmmakers of our time and is a must-have for serious film fans, as Tarantino's highly-anticipated new film, Django Unchained, prepares to hit theaters. Honoring the 20th anniversary of Reservoir Dogs - the cultural milestone that brought Tarantino to the forefront as a cinematic legend - the collection is highlighted by recurring appearances from celebrated actors including Uma Thurman (Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill), Samuel L. Jackson (Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill), Tim Roth (Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction) and Steve Buscemi (Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction), and also includes starring performances from iconic actors such as Brad Pitt (Inglourious Basterds), Pam Grier (Jackie Brown) and Robert Forster (Jackie Brown).

Tarantino XX on Blu-ray also features striking, original artwork designed and illustrated by Mondo (MondoTees.com). Housed in collectible packaging, the Tarantino XX: 8-Film Collection will be available for the suggested retail price of $119.99.

Contents Summary

Blu-ray Special Features - 2 Discs*

  • Critics Corner: The Films of Quentin Tarantino - In-depth critics' discussion piece exploring Tarantino's films that redefined cinema and the impact of one of the most influential writers/directors of our time.
  • 20 Years of Filmmaking - Take a look at Tarantino's career from the beginning, with interviews from co-workers, critics, stars and master filmmakers alike as well as a tribute to his greatest collaborator, Sally Menke.

Reservoir Dogs

Quentin Tarantino's directorial debut, nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival (1992) and awarded the International Critics Award at the Toronto International Film Festival (1992), is raw, violent and unforgettable. Four perfect strangers are assembled to pull off the perfect crime, but when a botched robbery reveals a police informant among them, their simple robbery explodes into a bloody ambush.

Blu-ray Special Features*

  • Pulp Factoids Viewer
  • Playing It Fast and Loose
  • Profiling the Reservoir Dogs

True Romance - Director's Cut

Runaway lovers Clarence and Alabama (Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette) play a dangerous game with a stolen suitcase containing $5 million worth of cocaine. They head for Los Angeles, where they'll sell the goods and begin a new life, but both sides of the law have other ideas. This dark comic web of crime, murder and mayhem from writer Quentin Tarantino and director Tony Scott (Top Gun, Spy Game), features an ensemble cast including Dennis Hopper, Val Kilmer, Gary Oldman, Brad Pitt, James Gandolfini and Christopher Walken.

Blu-ray Special Features*

  • Audio commentary by Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette
  • Audio commentary by Tony Scott
  • Audio commentary by Quentin Tarantino
  • Scene selective commentaries by Val Kilmer, Dennis Hopper, Brad Pitt and Michael Rapaport
  • Deleted/Extended Scenes with Optional Director Commentary
  • Alternate Ending with Optional Director and Writer Commentary
  • Original 1993 Mini-feature
  • Behind-the-Scenes Interactive Feature
  • Animated Photo Gallery
  • Theatrical Trailer

Pulp Fiction

Pulp Fiction has been hailed by critics and audiences worldwide as a film that redefined cinema. A burger-loving hit man (John Travolta), his philosophical partner (Samuel L. Jackson), a drug-addled gangster's moll (Uma Thurman) and a washed-up boxer (Bruce Willis) converge in four tales of violence and redemption. The film was honored with an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay (1994) and earned seven total nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director. It has also been listed as one of the best films of all-time by Time and Entertainment Weekly.

Blu-ray Special Features*

  • Interviews with Cast
  • Critics' Retrospective on the Movie's Place in Film History
  • Behind-the-Scenes Footage
  • Pulp Fiction: The Facts
  • Production Design Feature
  • Siskel & Ebert At the Movies - The Tarantino Generation
  • Independent Spirit Awards Footage
  • Cannes Film Festival Footage
  • Charlie Rose - Tarantino Interview
  • Stills Galleries
  • Trivia Track
  • Deleted Scenes

Jackie Brown

Quentin Tarantino's acclaimed adaptation of Elmore Leonard's Rum Punch follows a cash-smuggling flight attendant (Pam Grier) who is busted by an ATF agent (Michael Keaton) and a cop (Michael Bowen). When pressured to help with their investigation, she agrees to do one last run for a ruthless arms dealer (Samuel L. Jackson). Mistrust and suspicions arise when Jackie plays the opposing forces against each other in an effort to walk away with the dough. Robert Forster earned a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination for his role as Max Cherry, a bail bondsman who falls for Jackie and becomes embroiled in the scheme.

Blu-ray Special Features*

  • Breaking Down Jackie Brown
  • Jackie Brown: How It Went Down - Retrospective Interviews with Cast and Crew
  • A Look Back at Jackie Brown - Interview with Quentin Tarantino
  • Chicks with Guns Video
  • Siskel & Ebert At the Movies - Jackie Brown Review
  • Jackie Brown on MTV
  • Marketing Gallery
  • Stills Galleries
  • Trivia Track
  • Deleted and Alternate Scenes

Kill Bill Vol. 1

In the first volume of this gritty revenge saga, an assassin (Uma Thurman) is shot at the altar by her ruthless employer, Bill (David Carradine), and other members of his Deadly Vipers Assassination Squad. In this epic tale of survival The Bride sets out to bring justice to all those who wronged her, including a reformed suburban mother (Vivica A. Fox) and the Japanese Yakuza crime-lord (Lucy Liu).

Blu-ray Special Features*

  • The Making of Kill Bill Vol. 1
  • The's Bonus Musical Performances
  • Tarantino Trailers

Kill Bill Vol. 2

The murderous Bride (Uma Thurman) mercilessly continues her vengeance quest against her ex-boss, Bill (David Carradine), and his two remaining associates: Bill's degenerate younger brother (Michael Madsen) and a vicious one-eyed swordswoman (Daryl Hannah).

Blu-ray Special Features*

  • The Making of Kill Bill Vol. 2
  • Damoe Deleted Scene
  • Chingon Musical Performance

Death Proof

Kurt Russell stars as a tough-talking, psychotic serial murderer who transforms his stunt car into an indestructible killing machine, then climbs behind the wheel to stalk and terrorize a group of women on the road. What he doesn't realize is that he's picked the wrong babes to mess with.

Blu-ray Special Features*

  • Stunts on Wheels: The Legendary Drivers of Death Proof
  • Introducing Zoe Bell
  • Kurt Russell as Stuntman Mike
  • The Uncut Version of Baby, It's You performed by Mary Elizabeth Winstead
  • The Guys of Death Proof
  • Quentin's Greatest Collaborator: Editor Sally Menke
  • Double Dare Trailer
  • Death Proof International Trailer
  • An International Poster Gallery
  • BD Live

Inglourious Basterds

A Jewish cinema owner in Nazi-occupied Paris is forced to host a movie premiere for the Third Reich, where a radical group of American soldiers, The Basterds, led by Lt. Aldo Raine (Brad Pitt), plan to roll out a score-settling scheme. The film was honored with an Academy Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role (2009, Christoph Waltz) and earned seven total nominations, including Best Motion Picture of the Year for Lawrence Bender and Best Writing, Original Screenplay for Quentin Tarantino.

Blu-ray Special Features*

  • Extended and Alternate Scenes
  • Roundtable Discussion with Quentin Tarantino, Brad Pitt and Elvis Mitchell
  • The Making of Nation's Pride
  • A Conversation with Rod Taylor
  • Nation's Pride - the film within the film
  • The Original Inglorious Bastards
  • Quentin Tarantino's Camera Angel
  • Film Poster Gallery Tour
  • Rod Taylor on Victoria Bitter
  • Hi Sallys
  • Killin' Nazis Trivia Challenge
  • Trailers

Sources: Lionsgate

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Comments (37)

  1. Ghostman

    @thedude-abides Actually, From Dusk til' Dawn was directed Robert Rodriguez.

    3 years agoby @ghostmanFlag

  2. thedude-abides

    @felipe-11 Well, I do say that about Lucas, but I get what you mean.

    3 years agoby @thedude-abidesFlag

  3. the Narrator

    I'm well aware of that, @jayaottley. which is why I pointed it's absence out. Lol.

    3 years agoby @narratorFlag

  4. Nicholaus XX

    @jayaottley -- Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair. It's basically the unrated, uncut version.

    3 years agoby @XxNickTheFilmCriticXxFlag

  5. Nicholaus XX

    @styxx -- How in the hell is he self-centered? Go away, fool.

    3 years agoby @XxNickTheFilmCriticXxFlag

  6. Jay.A.Ottley

    @comicbookfan I may be a little slow here but what is KB: TWBA?

    3 years agoby @jayaottleyFlag

  7. Jay.A.Ottley


    In terms of Dusk Till Dawn, QT if I recall correctly starred and also assisted in producing and directing the film as a joint team film between himself and Rodriguez.

    3 years agoby @jayaottleyFlag

  8. Jay.A.Ottley

    Its technically not a complete set, it's missing a variety of QT stuff which just makes this collection poor in execution but beautiful in artwork and design.
    Its missing his CSI episode, his 4 rooms segement, as well the script to 'My Best Friend's Birthday.'

    As well to me this might sound harsh it seems that True Romance has been added to this collection, due to the tragic demise of Tony Scott. My reason for saying this is why isn't Natural Born Killers... Dusk Til Dawn and a variety of other films that QT was partially or majorily involved in. I'm disappointed this doesn't include Iron Monkey to be honest.

    3 years agoby @jayaottleyFlag

  9. CBF

    @felipe-11 True, I just thought he only wrote and directed his short within the film itself, not the actual whole thing.

    3 years agoby @comicbookfanFlag

  10. Replicant

    And that packaging is just BEAUTIFUL. I'm totally getting this.

    3 years agoby @felipe-11Flag

  11. Replicant

    @comicbookfan@thedude-abides@narrator True Romance may be not be directed by him, but it really deserves being there just because it really is his baby; he wrote the story and actually used it for his first short film ever. Then Scott directed the full feature version. Like you wouldn't say Star Wars 5 & 6 aren't Lucas' just cus he didn't direct them.

    3 years agoby @felipe-11Flag

  12. Dan

    Eh. I already own most of those films, and like @comicbookfan said, no TWBA edition of Kill Bill. If it had that, and that was the only (legal) way to obtain it, I'd drop whatever it cost to buy it, and just sell my other copies.

    3 years agoby @dan1Flag

  13. Bawnian©-Dexeus

    @mcleve02 helicopter death scene

    3 years agoby @bawnian-dexeusFlag

  14. Styxx

    What a self centered prick. He is way to big for his britches. And a hack. F.U. Tarantino. Stop believing your own hype.

    3 years agoby @styxxFlag


    @bawnian-dexeus Yup to which of my many comments? haha

    3 years agoby @mcleve02Flag

  16. skywise

    Pretty awesome set altho like some of you I dont see that True Romance should be in it.

    3 years agoby @skywiseFlag

  17. Nicholaus XX

    @thedude-abides -- Lucky for me, I don't own any of these films. The artwork is just a cherry on top; truly magnificent.

    3 years agoby @XxNickTheFilmCriticXxFlag


    @ejk1 Instead, she kills it by pushing its head into a helicopter blade! haha

    3 years agoby @mcleve02Flag

  19. ejk1

    @mcleve02 In the dance, Salma is the hottest. Afterwards, eh, not so much, lol. I guess that makes Kate the overall winner. She doesn't turn into a monstrous looking thing.

    3 years agoby @ejk1Flag


    @ejk1 ok... true true!!! My lord... but is she the hottest vampire ever or does Kate Beckinsale win that award?

    3 years agoby @mcleve02Flag

  21. ejk1

    @mcleve02 You're mistaken, my friend. The only good part was Salma Hayek's dance. After that, I stopped caring.

    3 years agoby @ejk1Flag

  22. jasdjqs

    Did not like death proof that much. Basterds was not on my list. but good box set , a little early for it but good otherwise

    3 years agoby @jasdjqsFlag

  23. Summit10

    Holy crap... must have!

    3 years agoby @summit10Flag

  24. CBF

    Aw man, True Romance should not be in there. That's like if they would throw in From Dusk Till Dawn. Anyways - KB: TWBA? Sadly, no... I have all his movies except the last two which I only just want Basterds, but Django Unchained and KB3 will make for a better all-around collection later...

    3 years agoby @comicbookfanFlag


    @narrator Yes I definitely agree!

    3 years agoby @mcleve02Flag

  26. the Narrator

    Haha, @thedude-abides. My thoughts on the film, exactly, except even the first half was a bit stale for me. Regardless, no one can deny that QT has had an impressive career full of genre impacts.

    @mcleve02, I take it you agree?

    3 years agoby @narratorFlag

  27. thedude-abides

    @narrator LOL. Great minds, I guess. Yeah, maybe the first half of From Dusk 'Till Dawn (which I think QT directed, but I'm not entirely sure). The second half I could care less about, and is all RR.

    3 years agoby @thedude-abidesFlag


    @narrator He was the only part of that film that was truly good... after he died in that movie, it was just over...

    3 years agoby @mcleve02Flag

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