It scarcely seems possible, but almost an entire 20 years have passed since the release of Quentin Tarantino's fourth film, Kill Bill Volume 1.
Regardless of where you rank it among Tarantino's filmography, it's absolutely one of his most iconic and mainstream-skewing efforts to date - an outstandingly stylish and entertaining bloodbath of a revenge flick. Well, half of one, anyway.
And as with any Tarantino movie, Kill Bill Volume 1 is positively cram-packed with details for more astute, eagle-eyed, and pop-culture-savvy audience members to catch.
Tarantino is after all a master of homage above all else, and so it's fair to say that you probably haven't spotted every last wink and reference to his cinematic predecessors throughout the movie.
Beyond that, it's a film that rewards those who listen closely to every line of dialogue, pore over every single shot, and engage with the film in a deeply literate way.
Even though most Tarantino fans have surely seen Kill Bill a lot over the last two decades, there are still so many details, references, and Easter eggs you probably never even noticed hidden in plain sight...
20. Vernita's "Kaboom" Cereal Box
The Bride's (Uma Thurman) first pound of vengeful flesh comes when she kills Vernita Green aka Copperhead (Vivica A. Fox) at her home, but during a mid-fight breather, Green attempts to get the drop on the Bride by reaching for a concealed gun inside a cereal box
At a cursory glance this might look like the most ordinary cereal box design ever, yet the "Kaboom" branding is clearly intentional, foreshadowing that there's something very dangerous and explosive indeed inside the box. Hell, the box even knowingly says "surprise inside" - but it ain't no prize.
The Bride then responds of course by kicking her cup of coffee at Green before throwing a knife straight into her chest.