arantino movies are known to be bloody. That's the nature of the beast. There are always gruesome deaths and torture scenes, all liberally seasoned with the saltiest, filthiest curse words known to man.
And then, there's the women. Except, perhaps for Pam Grier as the exceptional Foxy Brown, women never fare well in Tarantino films.
Here are the worst things that happen to them by movie. Be forewarned, there are heavy spoilers.
Remember Reservoir Dogs? The first entry in the Tarantino oeuvre exploded across our consciousness like fireworks in the night.
The film, which exhibited all the gory violence and double-crossing that would become Tarantino’s trademark, focused on a group of bank robbers who turn on each other after a bank robbery went wrong.
Reservoir Dogs - Nameless woman shot in the face
There’s only one woman in the entire movie, and she doesn’t even have a line before Mr. Orange shoots her as he attempts to carjack her. She manages to shoot him in the gut before she dies.
Pulp Fiction is one of Tarantino’s most beloved and influential films and centers on a varied cast of characters, including two hitmen, a boxer, a gangster’s wife, as well as a pair of diner bandits, all of whose stories intertwine in violent and criminal ways.
Pulp Fiction - Mia Wallace overdoses
One of the most memorable characters in the film is Mia Wallace, wife of gangster Marsellus. Wallace is an assertive cocaine addict who snorts heroin mistaking it for cocaine and has to be revived with an adrenaline shot straight through the heart.