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Parents need to know that Quentin Tarantino's The ,Hateful Eight, is a Western that promises -- and delivers -- extremely strong violence and language. Characters use guns, and tons of blood splatters, sprays, and oozes everywhere. A female character is punched in the face several times, knives and poison are used (victims of the latter vomit blood), and there are many dead bodies.
In formal terms, Lars von Trier’s fiercely ironic Dogville (2003) might come to mind, but the comparison only backlights The ,Hateful Eight,’s deficit of ideas. The means by which Tarantino’s stagebound drama-onion is peeled are limited almost entirely to expository dialogue – which, in the man’s late fashion, is self-reverently repetitious, over-articulate and methodical.
17/12/2015, · The ,Hateful Eight, opens with an unavoidably pretentious but nonetheless sublime musical overture that gives centre stage to Ennio Morricone’s suspenseful original score – the majority of which was written for John Carpenter’s The Thing back in 1982 but never used – which is more Hitchcock in tone than Leone.