This is my first post of the year and indeed my first cinema going experience of 2013 and what a way to start.
Django is Quentin's 7th film and its great. The film starts of as an almost homage to the Spaghetti Westerns and, lile most of his movies, ends in all out revenge.
It's use of the 'N' word is gratuitous through out the film and the gore is blood splatteringly wonderful.
Mr Tarantino has a knack for casting many forgotten stars along with old and new talent and this picture has all three.
Don Johnson has a few choice scenes as a rich land owner, Samuel l Jackson plays the doddering old butler with fantastic unease, baby face Leonardo steals the screen everytime he's on it and Christofer Waltz is just mesmerising which his perfect diction and exacting rhetoric.
Big up to Jamie Fox to for play the downtrodden slaves rise to freedom.
Adding bareback horse ridding to the already big list of skills ranging from stand up comedy, rapping and acting, this man can do no wrong. He even had the guys to show of his manhood in the final scenes.
All in all, this is another fantastic treat for Tarantino fans and cinema goes alike. You can't help by enjoy!