Newswire: Quentin Tarantino doesn’t stream movies, still tapes things on VHS

Quentin Tarantino is an old-school film nerd, and it informs everything about his life. It’s why he makes the movies he does, it’s why people love those movies, and it’s why those movies have so many shots of feet (we’re just guessing on that last one). Being an old-school film nerd, though, tends to also make one a nerd about film itself—as in, the thing off of which all movies used to be projected. Like music geeks and their vinyl, film nerds believe a movie is a richer and truer experience when presented in a non-digital format. Tarantino, unsurprisingly, is no different, but apparently takes it even further than that.

According to an excerpt from Tom Roston’s book I Lost It At The Video Store posted by Indiewire, Tarantino is “not excited about streaming,” and he refuses to “use Netflix at all,” preferring to …

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