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1994 was an amazing year for pop culture. Here are the best movies, TV shows, and albums it had to offer.
Watch every last gangster and hitman from Quentin Tarantino's movies meet his maker in this graphic supercut.
Maurice LaMarche and Rob Paulsen of 'Pinky And The Brain' have finally laid some mushroom clouds on the 'Pulp Fiction' script.
We were so impressed by these 'Pulp Fiction' cosplayers at Comic-Con that we had to track down their identities and find more pictures.
This might be the strangest and most impressive cover that you'll hear of 'Misirlou,' the opening theme song from 'Pulp Fiction.'
Samuel L. Jackson proves that he can still strike fear into the hearts of men with his Ezekiel 25:17 speech from 'Pulp Fiction.'
Another great supercut highlighting all the times you've heard 'don't you die on me' on film. Watch it and you'll live forever!
You can be a bad motherf*cker to get out of a ticket from the cops, or you can carry a Bad Motherf*cker wallet.
Walt and Jesse skipping as they eat Gus Fring's chicken would be the greatest Breaking Bad deleted scene EVER.
The latest clip from 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit' reminds us that Hollywood loves graphic fight scenes that take place in bathrooms.
What if Acclaim had got their grubby mitts on Pulp Fiction back in the early 90s?
Quentin Tarantino's 1994 classic gets retold in the style of an old school 8-bit video game.
There's a lot more going on in the Tarantino universe than you might have expected. Test your 'Pulp Fiction' knowledge.
Watch a mashup of scenes from "Pulp Fiction" with the music of Daft Punk.
Placing the one-off icons from the "kill key" is especially fun memory work.
Oral history articles are like my crack, and I've seen Pulp Fiction about a billion times, so <a href="http://www.vanityfair.com/online/oscars/2013/01/pulp-fiction-oral-history-quentin-tarantino" target="_blank">Vanity Fair's new oral history </a>of Pulp Fiction was of obvious interest.
Maybe it's sad that an actor being honest should be such huge news, but the Samuel L.
Among the eleventy thousand movies Quentin Tarantino almost made was a 'Luke Cage' feature film starring Laurence Fishburne.
Featured mashup videos of the week, including Duke Nukem reading '50 Shades Of Grey', Batman re-cut, and 'Pulp Fiction' and 'Back To The Future' with 'Team Fortress 2' characters.