17 January 2013 5:33 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

In honour of the controversy-slaying success of Quentin Tarantino’s newest hit Django Unchained reaching our cinemas, a recent Tarantino movie night with myself and my friends posed a long running fan theory that I have debated with practically anyone who will listen. With his latest success booming, I thought it good to return to where it all started and take a peek at Tarantino’s earliest mainstream films, Reservoir Dogs and Pup Fiction, and see if the latter truly could prove to be a sequel all along.

So let’s flashback momentarily to the hectic climax of Dogs. Mr White aka Lawrence Dimmick and Mr Orange are clutching each other as they continue to spill more blood on the floor than Wes Craven could get on the ceiling, and Mr Pink has made a quick dash outside with the diamonds as the police nail down the warehouse. Mob boss »

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