Quentin Tarantino's films are famous for their massive dose of violence, undoubtedly one of the cornerstones of the director's cinema, but among them which one contains the greater number of deaths?
As you can see in the infographic at the bottom of the article, published by Vanity Fair in 2013 and therefore not including The Hateful Eight and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, in first place we find Inglourious Basterds with an approximate count of 396 dead. On the other hand, the film is set in the middle of World War II, and the final part of the fire in the cinema alone would be enough to dominate this special ranking.
It follows in second place Django Unchained with a total of 64 deaths, while on the lowest step of the podium we find the combined 75 deaths of Kill Bill vol. 1 and Vol. 2, most of which are obviously attributable to the fight between Beatrix Kiddo (Uma Thurman) and the henchmen of O-Ren Shii (Lucy Liu). Despite being set almost entirely inside a cabin, The Hateful Eight reaches a total of 20 deaths, while at the bottom of the ranking we find Le Iene (11 dead), Pulp Fiction (7 dead), Grindhouse - Death proof (6 dead) and Jackie Brown (4 dead).
For more information, we refer you to the main links between Quentin Tarantino's films.