You are probably right about the aptitude that the Coen brothers posses for film-making they have more than just an ever-lasting example in the form of no country for old men, Fargo and many more. However, Quentin Tarantino after making his dream debut in the 1980's has outsmarted many directors. With his style of occult and glorification of violence he has produced some amazing awe,surprise and excitement outside the celluloid. Almost giving each of his films a western outlook, he always decides to marinate the spices in the delicacy with some gruesome act of crime. Reminding us of the late great Alfred Hitchcock, and also assuring that the latest films can have an uncanny habit for "old day violence" in a new style. Without a doubt, it will take some time for the Coen brothers to fill Tarantino's shoes. I am saying this without disrespecting the talent they posses.