"Well look; Quentin Tarantino didn’t make a film until he was 32. So there you go. You can either be Sam Raimi and make Evil Dead at 18, or you can be Tarantino and make it at 32. And I’m sure there are plenty of people who made their first film even later than that. When I was working with Quentin Tarantino on Grindhouse we went for dinner and he said, ‘Tell me about your first movie.’ So I spent about an hour telling him about Fistful of Fingers, which I made when I was 20. At the end of it he said to me, ‘Oh, I’m so jealous. I wish I’d made a film when I was 20.’ So I said, ‘I would give anything to have made Reservoir Dogs. I think you came off better.’ He made the classic debut of all time."