'It Follows' director has some notes for Quentin Tarantino as well
Earlier this week during a wide-ranging interview with Vulture, Quentin Tarantino revealed that he liked but didn't love David Robert Mitchell's indie horror hit "It Follows" -- “It's one of those movies that’s so good that you start getting mad at it for not being great," he said in part -- and followed up by offering several specific critiques of the film (not all of which I agree with).
Not content to take Tarantino's comments lying down, Mitchell subsequently offered a cheeky response on Twitter:
Hey QT, why don't we get together over a beer and talk about these notes. I have a few of my own for you.— DavidRobertMitchell (@DRobMitchell) August 26, 2015
Clearly concerned that his response may have been construed as angry, Mitchell followed up this morning with the following:
Like all of you, I'm a Tarantino fan. My comment was meant to be humorous and not disrespectful. #respect— DavidRobertMitchell (@DRobMitchell) August 28, 2015
If these two do end up sitting down for a drink, can we please please put a camera there?