Quentin Tarantino is considered one of the most influential film directors of our time. He doesn’t need any introduction – masterpieces like 'Pulp Fiction' or 'Reservoir Dogs' became iconic a few years after their release. Movie critics and viewers argue what makes Tarantino’s movies so revolutionary.Every enthusiast is going to get what they’re waiting for around December (there are also rumors about Jan 2016) – and the thing is called 'The Hateful Eight'. This is going the be the eight production from Tarantino, taking us to post-Civil War Wyoming, where a couple of bounty hunters find themselves in a sticky situation, trapped in a saloon during a blizzard.

With great names like the iconic Samuel L. Jackson, legendary Kurt Russel, Michael Madsen, Tim Roth ('Reservoir Dogs') and many more, the audience should get ready for a serious cliffhanger.

"Django Unchained" was a huge success

Back in 2012, Quentin Tarantino once again brought his incredible skills back to the big screen with 'Django Unchained'. The movie told the story of a freed slave who goes on a mission to rescue his wife from an plantation owner. 'Django' was a huge success for the filmmaker, and he not only received many positives opinion about his movie, but also an Academy Award for the screenplay. I’m very excited for his next production, which will be coming soon in the form of the violent post-civil war drama – 'The Hateful Eight'.

The new movie will be out soon

In my opinion, it’s a mix of great choice of actors, a simple yet intriguing script and a touch of Quentin’s personal statement in every production. Many thought that after directing both 'Kill Bill' movies the famous artist lost a bit of his magic, but after producing the 'Inglorious Basterds' and 'Django Unchained' Tarantino showed every single non-believer that he is back in the game.

I wasn’t a big fan of his work, until I saw those two mentioned – 'Django' and the 'Basterds'. When I did, I was instantly a fan, tracking down all of his previous movies and patiently waiting for more.