I saw this film last night. There are some horrific scenes and buckets of blood but much hilarity too (the Klu Klux Klan scene as well as the demise of De Caprio's sister had me chuckling out loud.) The acting is fantastic and the film takes more twists and turns than a drunken mountain goat.
Unlike the classic Pulp Fiction, this is not a film I that I could watch over and over and it is a bit too long. For all that it's brilliant and you can wait until it's release on DVD if you can't find the time to see it at the cinema. I don't think that it will lose anything on the small screen.
(Life of Pi MUST be seen in 3D)
Here's a tribute to Tarantino's talent. This - unfortunately- is the best version of the Womens' Institute adaptation of Reservoir Dogs that I could find: