By Devin Duckworth | February 1st, 2013
It’s safe to say that Quentin Tarantino is one of the most respected and controversial directors of our generation, or as Tina Fey so kindly put it, “The star of all my sexual nightmares.”
This idiosyncratic maestro has skillfully curated musical content that speaks to his high level of taste as well as his audibly adventurous vision. He has consistently done a masterful job in blending music of all genres and decades into solid sequences of gritty on-screen treachery and truly unforgettable moments.
From ’70s grindhouse to savage acts of hardcore gore, any music that Quentin Tarantino uses in his soundtracks creates an exciting experience that is both difficult to ignore and complimentary to the flavor of his films.
In spirit of Tarantino’s knack for keeping things interesting, I have put together five songs that capture the essence of his films while adding an alternative spin into the mix. That said, sit back and enjoy Quentin Tarantino: Remixed.