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Quentin Tarantino's 'Reservoir Dogs' and 'Pulp Fiction' returning to theaters
Before "Django Unchained" is unleashed in theaters, Quentin Tarantino fans will get to see the writer-director's groundbreaking first films in the theater once again.
1992's "Reservoir Dogs" and 1994's Oscar-winning "Pulp Fiction" are popping up in multiplexes in early December -- for one day each.
"Reservoir" will get ramblin' on December 4 while "Pulp" will get medieval on your ass December 6. Participating theaters can be found here.
It's all part of the twentieth anniversary celebration of "Dogs," which will also include the release of a massive DVD/Blu-ray set called "Tarantino XX." The 10-disc set features all of his films -- including "True Romance," which he wrote for director Tony Scott -- and hours of new bonus features.
"Django Unchained" will be released December 25.