Spend your Christmas day with Samuel L. Jackson and company as Quentin Tarantino's 'The Hateful Eight' finally hits movie theaters. We're expecting extreme violence, unexpected twists and turns and lines we're going to be quoting for months (and even years) to come.

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Thinking about the upcoming movie has got us pondering some of the best lines in Tarantino history. If 'The Hateful Eight' has moments as memorable as this, we're in for a real treat.

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'Are you gonna bark all day little doggie? Or are you gonna bite?' (Reservoir Dogs) - Said by the sadistic Mr. Blonde (twice) to goad Mr. White after the latter rants about Blonde's unnecessary shooting spree during their heist.

'Does he look like a b***h?' (Pulp Fiction) - Samuel L. Jackson always has the best lines in a Tarantino movie, and his character of Jules is no different. It might have been a confusing remark but he's not the kind of guy you want to say 'What?' to when he's interrogating you with a gun pointed at you.

'Zed's dead, baby. Zed's dead.' (Pulp Fiction) - Butch's line to Fabienne regarding Zed's chopper. So famous is the line that it inspired Canadian electronic music duo Zeds Dead.

'Facts can be so misleading, where rumors, true or false, are often revealing.' (Inglourious Basterds) - Christoph Waltz is so creepy in this war thriller that you can't help but hang on to Col. Hans Landa's every word. 

'My name is Shosanna Dreyfus and THIS is the face... of Jewish vengeance!' (Inglourious Basterds) - Mélanie Laurent steals the climax of the movie with this revelation. Auf wiedersehen, Mein Fuhrer.

'I may be a b*****d, but I'm not a f***ing b*****d.' (From Dusk Till Dawn) - George Clooney as Seth Gecko basically saying that he might be mean enough to kidnap a whole family, but not enough to adopt any of them as a partner in this dangerous game when Kate - who's lost her whole family - asks to tag along.

'All right, vampire killers... let's kill some f***ing vampires.' (From Dusk Till Dawn) - Not a sentence Seth thought he'd ever have to say when he reached Mexico.

'I'm serious as a heart attack.' (Jackie Brown) - Samuel L. Jackson again, being Ordell Robbie. Banging out those metaphors like nobody's business.