Quentin Tarantino – who is suddenly giving interviews to everyone lately, is he not? Maybe I should give him a call – is once again going around talking about taping the two pieces of his Kill Bill epic back together. The Movie Blog quotes Digital Spy quoting the Uma fetishist himself: "I want to cut the whole movie together like one big epic with an intermission in the middle like a 60s film," QT explained. "It'll be coming out in theatres." The plan is to slightly recut both films starting early next year, so that it works as one really long epic; he'll then release the new version on a super-padded DVD, presumably shortly after the brief, late-2006 theatrical release. The Movie Blog boys aren't so hot on the idea of spending three hours in a bucket seat with Bill, but I love it. When I saw the first Kill installment in the theaters, I was totally riled up by the end of it – I couldn't wait for Part Two. Then, a year later ... I just sort of shrugged and shuffled off to the cineplex. It would be great to be able to immediately follow through on the momentum created by that whole Lucy Liu massacre – within a theater, with all the communal energy that entails.