Who ever saw this movie coming? One minute movie making made sense and there was a lack of senseless violence, then... WHAM... here comes Reservoir Dogs. If you saw this before Pulp Fiction, your entire schema of movie watching had to be re-wired. If you decided to see it after Pulp Fiction, it was a little easier to comprehend. The story took more jumps and twists than a William Faulkner novel. The soundtrack was just as revolutionary. Woven into the story is Steven Wright in the background as a radio DJ on KBILLY - The Home of Rock, who plays much of the music featured on the soundtrack.
George Baker - Little Green Bag : Reservoir Dogs Soundtrack
Film Dialogue - Let's Get A Taco : Reservoir Dogs Soundtrack
This was the film that brought Tarantino into the public's consciousness and resuscitated John Travolta's acting career. After Pulp Fiction, there would be no going back. What's to say about this movie? The only way you haven't seen it is if you've been wandering around the Amazon jungle for the last 15 years. Go out and rent it tonight.
Dick Dale & The Del-Tones - Pumpkin & Honey Bunny (dialogue)/Miserlou : Pulp Fiction Soundtrack
Film Dialogue - Royale With Cheese : Pulp Fiction Soundtrack
This wasn't nearly as big a hit as previous films, but Jackie Brown still produced an enjoyable soundtrack. Although not completely blood free, this film sported must less violence than previous productions. Quentin takes a turn from the usual clasic rock and instead included a lot of Motown / Funk inspired music on this album.
The Delfonics - Didn't I Blow Your Mind This Time : Jackie Brown Soundtrack
Film Dialogue - Melanie, Simone and Sheronda : Jackie Brown Soundtrack
And now available is the latest chapter: Death Proof, one half of a double release accompanying Planet Terror. I haven't seen the movie yet so I can't comment on its cinematic merit, but the soundtrack is just an enjoyable as previous releases.
April March - Chick Habit : Death Proof Soundtrack
Film Dialogue - Whatever-However : Death Proof Soundtrack