If you’re reading The A.V. Club, chances are good you’re the sort of person who has a favorite film director. And chances are also good that that director has been the subject of one of Joel Walden’s “The Works” film montages, which splice together the various works of several directors in a manner that honors the aesthetic, vision, and themes of that director. His latest, a characteristically stylized and reference-heavy amalgamation of seven of Quentin Tarantino’s films, is making the Internet rounds today, and it’s definitely worth a look—despite the damning fact that, as AVC editor Keith Phipps points out, it overlooks Four Rooms:

From there, you can head on over to Walden’s “The Works” playlist on YouTube to check out his tributes to eight different directors (presumably with more to come), including Terrence Malick, the Coen Brothers, Paul Thomas Anderson, Edgar Wright, Darren Aronofsky, and Sam Mendes, as well as this awesome, extra-long homage to Stanley Kubrick: