• Severe
  • The movie follows a gang of criminals before and after a robbery, the killings of cops and civilians are discussed but rarely shown. Other than some bloodless shooting, there is almost no onscreen violence.
  • One of the characters is injured in the beginning of the film and retains the injury for the rest of the movie, he has blood on his shirt throughout the movie.
  • A man shoots two cops in a car multiple times. Blood splatters on the windshield of the car.
  • A man is shot in the abdomen and simultaneously a woman is shot is the stomach by the man who got shot.
  • Apart from the torture scene, the movie is not shockingly violent. It also doesn't contain much gushing blood unlike other Tarantino movies.
  • In constrast to some Tarantino movies (Kill Bill: vol. 1 or Django Unchained), the movie doesn't contain a lot of gushing blood but the violence is much more realistic and sadistic than in most Tarantino movies. The torture scene is probably the most disturbing scene from all of his movies.
  • A man threatens to burn a man alive but then gets shot. You can see blood.
  • At the end of the movie a man points a gun at another man and two more point guns at eachother. They then fire and all get shot but two survive. There is little blood on one man but a lot of blood on another. It is implied they both get shot offscreen.
  • A cop is shot in the chest by one of the robbers (Mr. Pink).
  • Mr brown is shot in the head and crashes his car, there is a bit of blood and browns brain trauma causes him to murmur in a disturbing manner
  • A cop is cut with a razor blade offscreen. Few times you see the graphic aftermath of the wound.