Quentin Tarantino's films are predominantly known for their striking visuals, their excessive violence and their excellent use of music.
But, one overlooked aspect of QT's movies is the sound design. His films are full of a rich array of sounds.
The pouring of a drink. The ticking of a watch. The blast of a gunshot.
These are the things that help make Tarantino's films come to life.
An editor named Jacob T. Swinney realized this and cut together a pretty excellent montage of an array of sounds from films like "Reservoir Dogs," "Pulp Fiction" and "Kill Bill."
It'll make you appreciate the finer sonic points of Tarantino's oeuvre. Check it out above.