There are five more shocking facts about Quentin Tarantino movies to go though so let’s not waste any more time. If you’ve been with us throughout the entire run, thanks for sticking around. For those just tuning it, don’t forget to check out parts one and two.
11. QUENTIN TARANTINO LOVES FAKE BLOOD IN HIS MOVIES
Tarantino films are notorious for blood. As you probably assumed, this is fake blood. However, fake blood isn’t without its consequences. In Reservoir Dogs Tim Roth spent so much time on the floor, lying in fake blood, that it took several minutes to peel him off the ground.
12. QUENTIN TARANTINO DOESN’T USE HIS MIDDLE NAMES IN MOVIES
What’s your middle name? You probably hate it. We all hate our middle names. It’s just one of the life’s many mysteries. Tarantino also hates his. Hence, he leaves it out of any film and he has a good reason. If you had a middle name like Jerome, you might do the same.
13. QUENTIN TARANTINO LIKES HIS MOVIES REALISTIC
We already mentioned Tarantino’s love for fake blood. Since it’s fake, he still wants it to be as realistic as possible. Hence, in Reservoir Dogs, he had a paramedic on set to make sure that Mr. Orange’s wounds bled in the correct manner.
14. QUENTIN TARANTINO LOVES FAKE BLOOD IN HIS MOVIES (PART 2)
Sorry, but we’re not done with the blood facts here. Seeing as Tarantino has a minor fascination with blood, he needs a lot of it for his films. In Kill Bill I and II he used more that 450 gallons of fake blood. In addition, he used blood filled, exploding condoms.
15. QUENTIN TARANTINO DOESN’T FAKE HIS MOVIES
Death Proof has an old style effect to make it look grainy. Most directors would use digital effects for this but not Tarantino. In addition, he physically scratched the film to make it look that way.