Tarantino’s tantrum: Defying the PR rule book

Quentin Tarantino, the Hollywood director known for his violent – and popular – movies, launched into nothing short of a melt-down last week, when questioned by Channel Four News presenter, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, over whether there is any link between movie violence and real life violence. Tarantino flew off the handle, bounding, wide-eyed and clammy from one PR blunder to the next. Continue reading

Rant or Reason?

PR and winning the debate

Piers MorganImage credit: Cow PR

Piers Morgan
Image credit: Cow PR

Losing your temper is rarely a recipe for PR success but, as in the case of radio host Alex Jones, blowing off steam can really damage the credence given to your side of the story.

Following Piers Morgan’s (host of CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight) less-than-even-handed labelling of gun advocate Larry Prattas an “incredibly stupid man”, radio host Alex Jones organised a petition calling for the British interviewer’s deportation. Cheers could be heard all around the UK – except it would mean that Piers would come back to haunt the UK media rather than the US. Continue reading