The 8th film by Quentin Tarantino takes place on a snowy landscape in Wyoming after the Civil War, tells the story of few bounty hunters on the way to Red Rock to collect their rewards, due a tempest of snow they are stuck in a mountain cabin with few other travellers, they have to share the place until the blizzard is gone but no one is safe and no one is to trust. If you are a fan of Tarantino films, then “The Hateful Eight” cannot disappoint your expectations, this is a 100% Tarantino style movie, and this includes the dialogues, the dark humour, the gory bits and its unique style of chapter-divided storytelling, going a bit up and down in time and telling the story from different moments and point of views. It’s a great film, perhaps a bit too long, it would have easily been told within the 2 hours but it’s definitely not boring and it shows the director’s skills and passion for a kind of forgotten genre. Maybe a bit on the same style than his previous “Django Unchained“, The Hateful Eight confirms that Tarantino is one of the best (and one of the few) living directors capable of making great westerns, this is definitely not his best film but it fits perfectly in his standards and it has all the requirements a good movie needs, acting, scenarios, plot, soundtrack; what you expect from a Tarantino’s film is all here and it’s all well presented in its beautiful cinematography in a mountain story of blood and snow.

Vote: 7/10