Latest Pulp Fiction Stories

2008-09-08 18:00:25

Philadelphia's 30th Street Amtrak Station was transformed today, bringing it back to the original look and feel of the '30s.

2008-09-05 00:00:16

By Jonathan Dean Hitler, Goebbels and Churchill all feature in the next Quentin Tarantino movie, with Brad Pitt and Mike Myers among the cast.

2008-09-04 12:00:00

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- As a leading light of American Pulp Fiction through the 1930s and '40s, L. Ron Hubbard authored over 250 short stories and novels, spanning all genres from mystery to adventure, westerns, fantasy and science fiction.

2008-08-11 21:00:34

By Christopher Schobert I thought about "Pulp Fiction " again while reading Kevin Conley's "The Full Burn," a ho-hum expose of the world of Hollywood stuntmen.

2008-07-09 12:00:29

The Weinstein Co. reportedly will co-finance Hollywood filmmaker Quentin Tarantino's latest movie, as well as distribute it domestically and oversee production.

2008-07-04 09:00:29

By NOEL CLARKE Last week we said NOEL CLARKE was one of the most important figures in UK cinema.

2008-06-25 18:02:46

Hollywood filmmaker Quentin Tarantino says he is happy to have finished the screenplay for his upcoming World War II picture, Inglorious Bastards. Tarantino is known for his blood-soaked films Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill.

2006-03-29 08:52:18

By John Gaudiosi LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Roger Avary, best known as the Oscar-winning co-writer of "Pulp Fiction," has been an avid video gamer all of his life.

2006-03-03 22:14:02

By Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - He was the teenage prince of disco in "Saturday Night Fever," the dreamy leader of a high school gang in "Grease" and a mob hit man in "Pulp Fiction." Now John Travolta will be playing a mom.

2006-01-09 07:44:34

By Dean Goodman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Nothing like a torture movie to shake off festive spirits.

Word of the Day
  • To befool; deceive; balk; jilt.
  • An illusion; a trick; a cheat.
The word 'begunk' may come from a nasalised variant of Scots begeck ("to deceive, disappoint"), equivalent to be- +‎ geck.