Urban Decay Pulp Fiction Palette ($34.00 for 4 x 0.06 oz.) is designed to help you recreate the look Mia Wallace's look from the movie. Urban Decay says there are three new shades (so two are repromotes), but these were all new to me (at least, by these names). When I first saw the palette, it reminded me of Naked Basics, and there is overlap. Righteous is closest to Foxy, though it is lighter and brighter than Foxy. None seemed similar to Tyranny. Vengeance is darker and more shimmery, with a stronger red tone (versus yellow) than Faint. Furious is very similar to Venus, though Venus' texture is quite different. Anger is more shimmery, less warm-toned compared to Crave. They are similar enough, however, that if you rarely use the Naked Basics palette, I'm not sure that this one would be much more useful. The Pulp FIction palette leans warmer overall. I found the eyeshadows to be very blendable, easy to use, and fairly pigmented across the board. I wish the palette itself was more compact, because then it would be travel-friendly, and though the colors are dupable, they work well together for a mostly matte neutral eye.
I kept stalking the Urban Decay Pulp Fiction display in Sephora but could never justify spending $34 on only 4 pans of eyeshadow. I snatched it up when it was on clearance and I'm glad I did as it's now one of my favorite neutral palettes. The card inside has instructions for a great basic smokey eye. some of the colors are a bit sheer and some have a little fallout, but they all last all day on the lid.
I got this marked down at Sephora and was thrilled because I had come close to buying this at full price but felt it was over-priced for what it is. Still, the shadows are absolutely first rate and this is actually a really practical and wearable collection of neutral shadows. They are all matte or have very subtle sheen - no typical UD glitter nightmares in this assortment. But UD goofed up somehow in their packaging/labelling. Both the box and the instruction "card" show the double shadows (black and white) "flipped" so if you want to follow UD's suggestions for the look, and if you have a palette like Christine's, you will have to reverse the shadows - Anger is actually white and Furious is the black shadow. My palette has them placed correctly and they "match up" with the box and instruction card but Christine's, the one shown at the UD and Sephora sites and most of the photos I've seen online show them placed incorrectly.