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Movie Trailer #2: Quentin Tarantino's Hateful Eight

Posted by Patrick Sauriol on Thursday, November 5, 2015

Eight grumpy folk from the 19th century are snowed in. Most of them have guns and attitudes, and ain't afraid to use either of the two to disrupt each other's company.

Welcome to the eighth movie by director Quentin Tarantino, The Hateful Eight.

The second trailer for the December 25th release dropped online today. Ironically enough, the marketing embraces the Yueltide season by making fun of it: go see The Hateful Eight with someone you hate. That sounds about right for spending time with the family during the holidays.

Starring Kurt Russell (and a bushy beard), Samuel J. Jackson, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Walter Goggins, Bruce Dern and Demian Bichir, the movie also features a soundtrack by the legendary Ennio Morricone. Counting the 1982 remake of The Thing, that now makes it two movies featuring a bearded Kurt Russell in a wintery environment with a Morricone score.

Set in a post-Civil War Wyoming, Tarantino's plot promises to be filled with his juicy dialogue and plenty of tension: none of the snow-bound eight trust any of the others, and they all might be lying about who they really are. With identities fluid and paranoia mounting, the eight try to outwit and play deception to emerge as a survivor when the snow stops falling.

Tarantino is also making a big deal out of shooting The Hateful Eight in 70mm, to give his western an epic feel just like the ones of old.

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