Director Quentin Tarantino has revealed he’s not yet moved into the 21st century when it comes to movie watching. While many of the director’s classic films are available for streaming on Netflix, when it comes to his own viewing Tarantino has said he prefers an old fashioned DVD or an even older VHS tape.

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In excerpt from the upcoming book I Lost It At The Video Store, published by Indie Wire the director says, "I am not excited about streaming at all. I like something hard and tangible in my hand. And I can't watch a movie on a laptop. I don't use Netflix at all.”

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When it comes to his movie collection, Tarantino has a vast library of around 8,000 titles to chose from, which certainly rivals Netflix. "I don't have any sort of delivery system. I have the videos from Video Archives. They went out of business, and I bought their inventory. Probably close to eight thousand tapes and DVDs.”

"I have a bunch of DVDs and a bunch of videos, and I still tape movies off of television on video so I can keep my collection going," the director added. Tarantino has previously been critical about the modern ‘digital age’, saying that it’s running cinema.

Last year, during a screening of Pulp Fiction at the Cannes Film Festival he commented, “The fact that most films now are not presented in 35 mm means that the war is lost. Digital projections, that's just television in public.”

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Tarantino’s latest movie, The Hateful Eight will be first shown in 70 mm film format on Christmas Day, before being released in digital theatres on January 8, 2016. The western stars Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen and Bruce Dern.