The Hateful Eight review: Agatha Christie with gags, guns and Samuel L Jackson
Monday, January 18, 2016
The brilliant and pitiless Quentin Tarantino now gives us a vast American epic set mostly in just one room. In fact, the various sections and corners of that room start to feel as distant as cities or deserts. At one stage, a character suggests dividing this space to represent the Unionist North and Confederate South, and itâ€s not too much of a stretch to imagine, although the slippery brutal amoralism of one and all is such that tribal-loyalty partition was never going to work.