The Hateful Eight (2015)

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In the dead of a Wyoming winter, a bounty hunter and his prisoner find shelter in a cabin currently inhabited by a collection of nefarious characters.

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  • Channing Tatum in The Hateful Eight (2015)
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Did You Know?

Trivia

The song "Now You're All Alone" used in the film, is from the soundtrack of The Last House on the Left (1972).


Quotes

Major Marquis Warren: Got room for one more?


Goofs

Several characters mention that Major Warren was in a Confederate prison camp in West Virginia. Soon after the Civil War started, residents of Virginia counties that wanted to remain in the Union broke off from the state and became West Virginia, a key border state for the North. However, the counties south and east of Harrison County, about 2/3 of the state, remained in the Confederacy. West Virginia Confederate troops, who were still technically Virginia troops, captured Union soldiers in West Virginia battles. While West Virginia had no permanent prison camps, it had facilities to keep prisoners for a short time before they were sent on to Richmond. On November 11, 1861, future Confederate General Albert G. Jenkins of Cabell County, WV, captured over 100 Union troops in Guyandotte, and marched them through West Virginia on the way to Richmond. In, 1864 West Virginia Confederates captured Union General E.P. Scammon on the Ohio River and burned his steamer. An Ohio paper said that West Virginia was "just as well stocked with rebels both armed and unarmed as any other portion of the South."


Crazy Credits

The roadshow version of the film opens with a faux-vintage Weinstein Company logo, in flat white-on-blue with a very 70s font along with a "Cinerama" logo. The first few credits appear in the same font as the logo's before switching to Tarantino's usual Friz Quadrata. The standard release opens with only the normal Weinstein Company logo before going directly into the sweeping Panavision shots.


Alternate Versions

For it's theatrical release in India, the CBFC demanded that 1 minute and 34 seconds of cuts be made to the film removing some stronger elements of violence/gore throughout, course language and detail/dialogue relating to a scene of forced sexual activity. The cuts made are as follows: all scenes which feature shooting and violence were cut down by half of what was originally shown, the vomiting scene was reduced especially to shots of blood being vomited onto Daisy's face, reductions were also made to sight of Daisy cutting of a corpse's hand and to close-up shots of Daisy's face as she hangs from a rope in the final scene. The close-up shot of the Mexican's head being blown off after being shot was also completely removed. Further cuts were also made to the forced oral sex scene; removing all visuals of the act itself as well as toning down the visuals before the act were the nude man is seen walking through the snow. Sound edits were also made to this scene muting out some of Jackson's dialogue about the event; the phrases 'Black Pecker', 'Black Johnson' and 'Black Dingus' were all muted out along with some of the bad language used throughout the film, the terms 'bitch', 'whore' 'motherf**ker' and 'son of a bitch' were all muted out whenever used. The filmmakers were also required to attach an anti-smoking disclaimer and a health spot at the beginning (and at the middle of the film in versions with an Interval) they were also made to attach a small notice at the bottom of the screen whenever a character is seen smoking in the film.


Soundtracks

Ready for the Times to Get Better
Written by
Allen Reynolds
Performed by Crystal Gayle
Courtesy of Capitol Records Nashville
Under License from Universal Music Enterprises
(used in the Roadshow Version)

Storyline

Plot Summary


Synopsis (WARNING: Spoilers)


Genres

Crime | Drama | Mystery | Thriller | Western

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