Movies you didn't know were sequels
Every Quentin Tarantino movie — If you think Marvel bigwigs were the first people to create one big contiguous movie continuity, then you obviously haven't been paying close attention to the films of Quentin Tarantino. The director's movies are a tangled web of inter-movie connections and familial relationships — sequels to one another in some very significant ways. Tarantino has confirmed that Michael Madsen's "Reservoir Dogs" character Vic Vega is the brother of John Travolta's "Pulp Fiction" character Vincent Vega (and even planned to make a movie about the siblings at one point). The director also confirmed that Eli Roth's "Inglorious Basterds" character Donny "The Bear Jew" Donowitz is actually the father of "True Romance" film producer Lee Donowitz. In "Reservoir Dogs," Harvey Keitel's Mr. White even mentions having worked with someone named Alabama in the past — the name of Patricia Arquette's "True Romance" character. Add to that the fact that all his characters tend to smoke Red Apple cigarettes, and the only conclusion left is that all of Tarantino's movies are set in the "Inglorious Basterds" timeline where Hitler was assassinated.