Quentin Tarantino Movie Checklist

Ask me about my favourite movie of all time, or a movie that messes with you or feel out of sorts, and my answer will always be one of Quentin Tarantino’s movies. I love the messy love stories or the “hard to follow” action movies. I love the three-hour-long movies too.

So for fun, I created a list of movies he wrote or directed. I know he acted in other films too, but this is for the ones that came from his crazy, different, creative mind. And I will be ticking them off too.

List of Quentin Tarantino Movies

Films he wrote and directed:

  • Reservoir Dogs
  • Pulp Fiction
  • Death Proof
  • Kill Bill: Volume 1
  • Kill Bill: Volume 2
  • Inglorious Bastards
  • Django Unchained
  • The Hateful Eight
  • Jackie Brown
  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

List Of Quentin Tarantino Movies

Films he wrote but didn’t direct:

  • Natural Born Killers (My favourite)
  • True Romance
  • From Dusk till Dawn

Other Films he worked on:

  • Sin City
  • Four Rooms
  • Grave Danger
  • Grindhouse
  • My Best Friend’s Birthday
  • Planet Terror
  • Motherhood

List of Quentin Tarantino Movies

He was famously quoted as saying that he’ll only write and direct 10 movies. This leaves us with one more to look forward to, as Tarantino considers Kill Bill Volumes 1 and 2 to be a single movie.

Tarantino is of course known for doing things his way, whether people like it or not. “Frankly, sophisticated audiences are not a problem. Dumb audiences are a problem.” 

Some rumours:

  1. He still writes his scripts for his movies by hand with pen and paper and not on a laptop as many writers do these days.
  2. He’s had a Marvel Universe obsession for years.
  3. He was offered to work on Speed and Men In Black, but turned it down.
  4. He has won two Oscars for writing but none so far for directing.
  5. There is rumours about a Kill Bill: Volume 3 but he is still deciding on that one.
  6. He hates feet and feels grossed out when people talk about foot fetishes. Even though a lot of his movies show shots of feet. Haha!
  7. He dropped out of High School twice. Which worked out great for him if you look up his Net Worth.
  8. He almost directed the first Iron Man Movie.
  9. He considers watching sport to be torture.
  10. It’s rumoured that he hates Natural Born Killers. (My absolute favourite.)

List of Quentin Tarantino Movies


“To me, movies and music go hand in hand. When I’m writing a script, one of the first things I do is find the music I’m going to play for the opening sequence.” – Quentin Tarantino 

Not liking any of his movies for literally any reason is fine. I find people feel hugely mixed on it and they find a lot of it hard to take. But the conversations around the movies — the not-so-quiet concern that because this or that element isn’t easily digestible, the films must be “bad” — suggests that what too many people want more than ever is the art of movies to become pre-chewed. That has its place and time, but we also need to be challenged. Thank goodness for movies that are willing to do that, even if some hate them.


Do you have a favourite movie of his? Or even one you really disliked? I would like to hear from you. So please share in the comments.





List of Tarantino Movies


14 replies
  1. Joachim
    Joachim says:

    I have never been a huge movie fan. The commitment is just to big :-D. Inglorious Basterds though is one film that I can watch over and over again. Now that is a work of ART!

  2. Jacqueline
    Jacqueline says:

    Not all of his movies is my style, but I can see why you love them so much. It’s different and artsy, just like you. This is a very good post and love it a lot.

  3. Chris Lionnet
    Chris Lionnet says:

    Haven’t seen a lot of the movies but have seen Kill Bill 1&2. I thought Kill Bill 1 was amazing, can watch again and again, and Kill Bill 2 was good but not as good as number 1.


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