Kerry Pulp Fiction sequel on the way

Updated: 15 January 2013 13:50

The Tralee Institute of Technology students who have received the support of Pulp Fiction director Quentin Tarantino for their spoof of the movie have said they will have a sequel ready next week.

The Tralee Institute of Technology students who have received the backing of Pulp Fiction director Quentin Tarantino for their spoof of the movie have said they will have a sequel ready next week.

After seeing the spoof clip on The Graham Norton Show last week, which features Pulp Fiction stars John Travolta and Samuel L Jackson dubbed with Kerry accents, Tarantino gave the students permission to redub the entire movie.

The spoof, Pulp Fiction Kerry Shtyle, began life as part of a music technology class and has now been watched over 300,000 times on YouTube.

Speaking to RTÉ News reporter Sandra Hurley, one of its creators, Eoin O'Leary, said: "To have it actually watched by Quentin Tarantino himself is just madness; I never would've thought that could have possibly happened."

Co-creator David Williams credited their lecturer, Bob Jackson, with playing a major role in the spoof's success.

"In fairness to Bob, he was the one coming in telling us, 'More Kerry, more Kerry, more Tralee' - just to get it really sounding hilarious," he said.

Watch the clip here.