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Rent in L.A. May be Sky-High but Having a Good Time is Still Cheap

L.A. is expensive, but there are still plenty of cheap (and free) experiences to be had. Here’s a list of some of our favorite penny savers

A Comprehensive History of the New Beverly Cinema

The historic theater has a long and storied, but little known, history

What’s New at the New Beverly Now that Quentin Tarantino is Running the Show?

For more than the 30 years the same family ran the movie house; its new owner has a different vision

Super Fete T.N.T: Quentin Tarantino and Barbara Kruger to be Honored at LACMA’s Art+Film Gala

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art has chosen two visual artists to honor at Eva Chow and Leonardo DiCaprio’s annual bash

The Top 10 Announcements from Comic-Con 2014

From a major revelation by Quentin Tarantino to a surprise visit by Matthew McConaughey, we break down the most crucial moments at this year's Con

Curtain Call: “Death Proof” Star Tracie Thoms Sings Tarantino’s Praises—and Music From his Films

"I had a moment with the cast where I said you have to treat this text like it is Shakespeare. He knows his stuff down to the punctuation."

The Essential Movie Library #67: Pulp Fiction (1994)

Quentin Tarantino’s noir kaleidoscope of hit men, molls, and boxers searching for redemption evidences his best cinematic work to date

The Art of Violence

If what a director puts onscreen can inspire, can’t it incite, too? Tussling over artistic responsibility

Oscar Nominations 2013: Shafted and Drafted

The nominations for the 2013 Oscars were announced this morning by Seth MacFarlane. There were few surprises but plenty of snubs.