Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair finally making its way to US Audiences

Well, it’s about time.

Quentin Tarantino has been teasing us with this one for years. But the folks over at AICN, while looking at the schedule for Tarantino’s grindhouse takeover of the New Beverly Cinema, discovered something decidedly awesome.

Tarantino is finally premiering the extended, complete, heart-bursting, eyeball-ripping Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair.

The film will presumably premier with the extended animated sequence detailed by our colleagues over at the Playlist, as well as being, according to Tarantino himself “the unrated combined version which has never been seen in the United States.”

So if you live in LA, drop by the New Beverly on March 27. And if you don’t, pray that this is just the beginning.

Posted on February 26, 2011 at 19:19 by Lincoln Eddy · Permalink
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  1. Written by lethalinterjection
    on 2011-02-28 at 12:46

    I had completely given up on this. I was holding out even purchasing the movie until this came out. That only lasted for so long, though.
    I’m glad to see it is happening, still.

    On a related note, when I told my friend about this a few years ago he didn’t understand how the different tone/feel of the movies could be made into one. Of course, that was how it was originally intended, I told him, but I also mentioned that I never saw them as two movies. I saw them as 5 or 6. He came around to ultimately agree with me.

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