g89:

Next friday
sadddlmao:

Fav couple
ianeastwoodkubskoutz:

love crimes.
diecry:

Mia Wallace
this-is-carolina:

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In Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill Vol. 1, the black and white photography is ultimately an homage to ’70s and ’80s US television airings of kung fu movies. Black and white (as well as black and red), were used to conceal the shedding of blood from television censors. Originally, no black and white photographic effects were going to be used (and in the Japanese version none are), but the MPAA demanded measures be taken to tone the scene down. Tarantino merely used the old trick for its intended purpose, rather than merely as an homage (x).
highonhealy:

"…my slower songs are written with the intention of being the last song played at an 80’s prom." ~ the ever romantic Matty Healy