Everything Is A Remix: KILL BILL

Robert Grigsby Wilson‘s ‘Everything Is A Remix’ series is something to behold. This featured video from his must watch series shows off everything that Quentin Tarantino ‘borrowed’ for his martial arts epic, which he spread over two parts, Kill Bill.

Wilson has delivered some fantastic entries in his web series in the past, comparing the ‘borrowed’ elements from the likes of The Matrix and many more, and although these were uploaded to the web many years ago, make great viewing for fans of all-things celluloid, and details just how much modern filmmakers take from old classics. Wilson also mounted a Kickstarter campaign a little while back to celebrate the five-year anniversary of the uploading of the first video in the successful series.

Game of Death (1978), Samurai Fiction (1998), Once Upon A Time In The West (1968), Death Rides A Horse (1967), Lady Snowblood (1973), Thriller: A Cruel Picture (1974), Gone In 60 Seconds (1974), Blade Runner (1982), Fists of Fury (1972), Ichi The Killer (2001), Battle Royale (2000), Citizen Kane (1941) and The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly (1966) all feature and Wilson also shows off just how much Tarantino recycles from his own movies.

It’s well worth you time. Catch it below.

 

 

 

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