The Hateful Eight: 5 Reasons It's An Underrated Gem (& 5 Shortcomings)

The Hateful Eight: 5 Reasons It's An Underrated Gem (& 5 Shortcomings)
Most of the time, when Quentin Tarantino brings out a new movie, it’s a cultural landmark that captures the zeitgeist. Pulp Fiction inspired a slew of knockoffs, Django Unchained invoked a massive controversy due to its slavery-era revenge fantasy, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood reinvigorated interest in the ‘60s.

Related: Quentin Tarantino: 5 Ways Django Unchained Is His Best Western (& 5 The Hateful Eight Is A Close Second)

But in the winter of 2015, the director brought out a three-hour revisionist western that kind of slipped under the radar, which is something that doesn't usually happen with a Quentin Tarantino movie. The Hateful Eight might not be Tarantino’s best movie– in fact, it’s pretty low in the ranking by most measures– but it still deserves more love.
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