Alex Gidley’s review published on Letterboxd:
Tarantino seems to have hit a point in his career where his films have essentially become live action cartoon parodies of themselves. This is partly due to the outrageous amount of splatter that is on screen when the violence happens. It's as if humans as we know them exist in Tarantino's world but instead we are just oversized sacks of blood. However, that's partly the reason Django Unchained is easily the best film in Tarantino's filmography. It’s over the top nature combined with incredible performances from all the cast seems to be where Tarantino seems most comfortable as a director, and I love it.