Pulp Fiction Playing Cards
Officially licensed cards themed after the classic Tarantino film.
What does Marcellus Wallace look like? The 6 of hearts of course!
This deck of playing cards pays homage to the quintessentially Quentin Tarantino film Pulp Fiction with a fully-themed deck.
The reverse of each card features the classic 10¢ Mia Wallace movie poster while the numbers and faces of each card are adorned with still images from the movie—every card is a face card!
Features & specs
- Playing card deck themed after the classic Tarantino film
- Officially licensed
- 52 cards + 2 jokers (red & black)
Royale flush with cheese
Quentin Tarantino's writing and directing has a way of elevating normal situations to an artform through witty dialogue, nostalgia for a bygone era, and gratuitous violence. Hopefully you won't have to deal with the latter, but you can deal the whole experience when you play cards with this Pulp Fiction themed deck.
Each card in the deck features a still image from the movie Pulp Fiction on the front while the reverse features a rendition of the movie's theatrical release poster modeled after a pulp paperback novel. Since every single card is decorated with different scenes from the movie, you'll get to remember iconic characters like Yolanda, Mia, Vincent, Jules, Lance, The Wolf, and more as you try to put together a winning hand.
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Does every single card have a picture on it?
Answer: Yes, all four suits from two to ace features an image from the film. Even the jokers have pictures.
Question: Is it rated R?
Answer: This deck doesn't explicitly show any profanity or violence, but it is an homage to a Tarantino movie, so be prepared to see a lot of pointed guns and a man in a leather gimp suit when you play "Go Fish".
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