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Five Film Facts for the 20th Anniversary of ‘Reservoir Dogs’

“Reservoir Dogs” is, believe it or not, 20 years old. Quentin Tarantino’s crime thriller about a simple jewelry store heist that goes horrifically wrong hit the indie film world like a shot of adrenalin to the heart. It was smart, funny, savage and, at the time, shockingly violent. None other than horror director Wes Craven walked out of an early screening of the movie because he found the flick too distressing. After “Reservoir Dogs,” black suits and skinny ties, disjointed storytelling and hyper-literate rants about movies and pop culture became for better or worse, cool. Without “Dogs,” it’s hard to imagine “The Usual Suspects,” “In Bruges” and, of course, “Pulp Fiction” getting made.

If you’re eager to catch the movie on the widescreen, you’re in luck. It was just announced that “Reservoir Dogs” along with “Pulp Fiction” will hit the theaters once again this December, just in time for Tarantino’s next release, “Django Unchained.”

So put on some K-Billy’s “Super Sounds of the Seventies” and check out these five facts about the flick. Continue reading ‘Five Film Facts for the 20th Anniversary of ‘Reservoir Dogs’’


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