In all of cinema, there simply isn't anybody as audacious as Quentin Tarantino. The guy doesn't just push boundaries, he shoves them right off a cliff. So whenever a new glimpse of Tarantino comes along, the only proper response is to drop whatever you're doing and check it out immediately, because chances are there's going to be something in it that will blow your mind.
Like, for instance, every single frame of the new trailer for "Django Unchained."
Thanks to the first trailer, you probably know the already controversial premise of this gonzo period piece: Jamie Foxx plays a former slave whose wife is kidnapped and sold to a jerkface (Leonardo DiCaprio) in the pre-Civil War south. Joining up with a professional bounty hunter (Christoph Waltz), the two ride for revenge.
This time around, though, we also get a look at both Samuel L. Jackson as DiCaprio's loyal assistant and Jonah Hill as a bumbling member of KKK precursor, an addition that helps the trailer up the comedy level while still maintaining that classic Tarantino swagger.
"Django Unchained" opens in theaters on Christmas Day. But since no words can adequately describe this one, we suggest you watch this clip for yourself right now, courtesy of Apple Trailers: