Comic-Con is the perfect time for provocative announcements – and Quentin Tarantino certainly obliged by teasing the DVD release of the legendary long cut of “Kill Bill.” Who can resist a thirty-minute long anime-style fight scene?
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“Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair” is a longer cut of Quentin Tarantino’s two-part martial arts/vengeance epic which (most excitingly) includes a 30-minute anime sequence. The film had an initial screening in 2011, then quietly slipped out of sight, and into myth. But last month at Comic-Con, Tarantino revealed the project may still have some life.
Tarantino told breathless Comic-Con fans that he and The Weinstein Company have engaged in talks about releasing “The Whole Bloody Affair” on DVD in 2015 with a limited theatrical engagement as well. So it appears we may, after all, have the opportunity to see this longer cut of the epic, with the legendary 30-minute anime sequence remaining intact.
Interestingly, Amazon.com has a product page for “The Whole Bloody Affair” but admits it is not in stock, and that the company does not know “when or if” that status might change. Let’s hope that status changes soon!
I, for one, am so ready to see this!
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