Andy Summers’s review published on Letterboxd:
Film number four in our Tarantino weekend sees us catch up with Christoph Waltz once again in Django Unchained. Two films for Quentin, two thoroughly deserved Oscars. Kind of says it all really, although Leonardo DiCaprio does give him a run for his money. It's violent, it's bloody, and it has some of Tarantino's most sharply written dialogue. Samuel L also gives us his most loathsome screen character to date, in fact almost everyone here aside from Waltz and Foxx's characters are despicable. Hardly surprising with Slavery the focal point of the film, but it's probably the reason why this is so powerful. Classic Tarantino, I can't wait for The Hateful Eight's release on Blu Ray after missing it on the big screen to compare the two.