For three years, I’ve heard that Quentin Tarantino is re-editing and restoring his two magnificent Kill Bill
movies into the single, massive, 247-minute ultimate revenge saga it was always intended to be. First, I heard the new cut might release to theaters, then be issued on DVD. Then I learned it was scheduled to go straight to DVD. But wait, no, maybe, just maybe, it’d show up at Cannes
first! Well, folks, nothing ever happened — until now. Keeping in mind that I may again be disappointed and that all of this could go bye-bye in the next few months, Amazon.com now lists a 4-disc definitive Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair
DVD package for street release on November 6, just in time for the holidays. It’s not yet available for pre-order, so anything can happen between now and November. But I’m keeping my Hatori Hanzo samurai swords crossed.
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