This is what it would look like if Tarantino’s movies were adaptations of tattered, old pulp books from the first half of the 20th century.

The poster for Pulp Fiction, among the most common swaths of freshman dorm wallpaper in the 1990s, was a cheap and trashy love letter to the pot-boiler books from which the film snatched its title. Now every other Quentin Tarantino movie is enjoying the same treatment, retroactively.

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