In the world of kid movies, there's an oft-asked question among Hollywood studio execs: Is it toyetic? That question rarely comes up in connection with PG-13 or R-rated movies. But in the case of Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill," which makes its debut Oct. 10, someone did ask. And toymaker NECA responded with a concept so twisted that Miramax and Tarantino decided to go for it. (The movie is a "hard R," says the studio, so rated for its intensity and violence). Several characters will be depicted in an action-figure line featuring limbs that fly off and blood (well, red liquid) that spurts. "We want people to be able to recreate scenes of the movie," says Joel Weinshanker, NECA's CEO. "They're not made for children." They'll be sold in Spencer Gifts and Musicland.