Fall Out Boy’s Uma Thurman Video

Fall Out Boy’s American Beauty/American Psycho album is pure bliss. I know it’s only one person’s opinion, but I personally think that it is flawless and their best album to date (with Save Rock and Roll right behind along with their From Under the Cork Tree as a close third). The best song by far is Track 5, Uma Thurman, which features some catchy ass lyrics and a sample of The Munsters original theme song. I was so inspired by the song that I just had to make a video for it featuring classic scenes from  Quentin Tarantino‘s 1994 Pulp Fiction, 2003 Kill Bill Vol. 1and 2004 Kill Bill Vol. 2.

Unfortunately I created the ass-kicking video on Windows Movie Maker, a free video editing software, but not exactly the best quality. My apologies for any shitty cuts or blending. But without further ado, here is my take and what i pictured when hearing Fall Out Boy’s Uma Thurman the first time, and every time after.

Hope you all enjoy it as much as I love the final outcome! You can purchase the album or song on either Google Play, Amazon, the Apple store, or at the band’s website. The Kill Bill‘s and Pulp Fiction are both available to watch on Netflix currently. All rights reserved to the band the QT.

Pulp Fiction, 20 years later

Poster of Pulp Fiction 

20 Reasons why Pulp Fiction still Rocks 20 years later

1 & 2.) Pumpkin and Honey Bunny- two madly in love sociopaths looking to make a buck and get their rocks off. Only months after the world is introduced to Micky and Mallory Knox from Natural Born Killers we get two minor characters that set the chaotic tone of the entire Anachronic film.

3.) The Soundtrack – Not only is Quentin Tarantino known for his non-chronological director technique, but also his massive hard on for classic songs the majority of the population hasn’t thought about in years. Continue reading