Fathom is Bringing 'Reservoir Dogs' & 'Pulp Fiction' Back to Theaters
Are you getting ready for a very Tarantino Christmas? It's going to be packed full of nothing but Quentin brilliance all throughout December. Not only is his latest film, Django Unchained, arriving in theaters on Christmas Day, but Fathom Events is hosting nationwide one-night-only screenings of his two early classics - Reservoir Dogs (1992) and Pulp Fiction (1994). The special events will be taking place on the evenings of December 4th and December 6th this winter at movie theaters around the country, coordinated by Fathom/NCM. This is all part of a big promotion for Tarantino's XX Blu-Ray release and, of course, Django.
Thanks to The Playlist for the tip on these. Both Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction will be screened digitally and both will feature trailers hand-picked by Tarantino which influenced his work. "In 1992, Quentin Tarantino burst onto the scene and redefined modern cinema with the groundbreaking debut of Reservoir Dogs. Twenty years later, NCM Fathom Events, Miramax and IGN are celebrating a milestone anniversary of this career-launching crime-thriller by bringing Reservoir Dogs 20th Anniversary Event to the big screen on Tuesday, December 4." And: "Two years after the groundbreaking debut of Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino unveiled his masterpiece, Pulp Fiction and solidified his place among the greatest filmmakers in modern cinema." This marks 20 years that Tarantino has been subverting cinema with his influential films.
For more info on either event, or to start booking tickets early for the 7PM showings of either film, head over to Fathom Events. They're a nationwide theater syndicate partnered with AMC, Regal and Cinemark Theaters to host special events and screenings. They often host many events all year long, including live shows and theater performances, but this time we're more than happy to highlight these two Tarantino classics. I know many people who are big fans of both and will definitely be making the trek to the cinema to see them. Plus it's the perfect way to keep Tarantino at the forefront of everyone's mind this holiday season.
I dislike Fathom for these types of events. Live events like Opera I guess is OK but theaters should show films using DCP (or, gasp, 35MM) instead of a satellite feed.
The Hey on Oct 23, 2012
No showings in Canada? Fuck you, Quentin.
TheRagingCajun on Oct 23, 2012
Can't believe it's been 20 years already.
castingcouch on Oct 24, 2012
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