Posts Tagged ‘Guillermo Del Toro’

Horror: Cronos

In an interview that I read recently CRONOS Director Guillermo del Toro spoke about his childhood memories of the original Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark (1973) – a film that del Toro has just remade. During the interview he remarked that “For many years this was the scariest movie I ever saw. It was like […]

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Hellboy II: The Golden Army

HELLBOY II: THE GOLDEN ARMY is nothing short of spectacular. Particularly so when you consider that the film was made for paltry eighty-five million USD. Of course, that statement wont really be appreciated until you see the movie yourself. Which — if you’re interested in making one of the best movie going seasons ever, even […]

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Movie: The Orphanage

In a recent post I once revealed my aversion to movies which deal with viruses. Well, if virus movies are the number one thing on my heeby-jeeby list, then they’re followed extremely closely by movies that feature creepy kids… especially dead ones. They’re bad enough when they’re alive, with their tiny — and more often […]

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Dude: Guillermo Del Toro

Lately Guillermo Del Toro’s name has been popping up all over the place, probably most prominently in association with the announcement that he’s going to be stepping into Peter Jackson’s shoes and directing the upcoming LORD OF THE RINGS prequels, THE HOBBIT (Which is being split into two films). Quite frankly, other than Jackson himself. […]

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