‘Kill Bill Vols. 1 & 2’
Quentin Tarantino is in a dark place right now, even for a guy synonymous with ultra-violence and naughty language. If the wildly cynical “The Hateful Eight” was too rich for your blood, you can journey back to a nicer time — or at least when he made a two-part, four-hour extravaganza of vengeance, coated in geysers of blood. Tarantino might have wanted viewers to watch Uma Thurman plow through untold minions and bosses on the big screen, but it goes perfectly with our brave new binge-watching world. Too bad the stitched together, reworked cut — even longer and with a slightly different structure — has never materialized on home video. You still have to leave the house to see it, on the off-chance some rep theater has booked it.