Guillermo del Toro
Are you a fan of great horror literature? What about Guillermo del Toro? Chuck Hogan? Vampires (the non-sparkly kind of course)? Then you'll want to take a minute to enter to win one of ten signed copies of The Night Eternal, the final chapter in The Strain Trilogy from Messrs. del Toro and Hogan, which was released earlier this week. Read on for the details!
Though it left a lot to be desired, Troy Nixey's take on the 1973 telefilm Don't Be Afraid of the Dark will be hitting home just after the holidays. Will it play better on the small screen? We can only hope so.
More upcoming movies have been playing musical chairs, and we've got the info you need to see which one and when. And then we're gonna pass out because this day has us friggin' exhausted!
Fans of the first two books in The Strain Trilogy from Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan will be happy to hear that the final chapter, The Night Eternal, is coming out on October 25th, and of course we have all the details for you right here!
It's difficult to say which is harder to believe: the fact that it has really been more than 14 years now since Mimic first hit theaters (making this writer feel incredibly old) or that it's actually taken that entire time for Guillermo del Toro to finally be able to release a cut of the film that is 100 percent his artistic vision and not Miramax's, the studio behind the film's initial mishandling.
And the cast for Guillermo del Toro's latest monster mash, Pacific Rim, continues to grow bigger. That's right, kids. Who's the latest addition to sign up for active duty? Read on for all of the details.
Today's the day, kids! The long awaited release of Mimic: The Director's Cut (review here) is upon us, and to celebrate the flick's arrival, we've nailed down an exclusive clip for you! Dig it!
The days are ticking down until the release of Mimic: The Director's Cut, which for a long time seemed about as real as the Easter Bunny and Santa Claus. Yet, the flick is a reality, and we have your hot ticket to take it home on us!
Some new casting news coming in for another of the thousands of projects on the plate of the great Guillermo del Toro. Read on for the details of which one and all that jazz! Dig it!
It's been so very long since we spoke about the Guillermo del Toro produced remake of the Spanish chiller The Orphanage, we actually forgot about it. Well, here's a reminder for us and you!
After relentlessly teasing moviegoers for over a year, Don't Be Afraid of the Dark has finally come out in the theaters so that Guillermo del Toro's latest creature creations can scare the pants off of viewers nationwide.
We're almost there, kids! In just a few short hours Don't Be Afraid of the Dark will be spooking it up in theatres across the country, and we've got two new clips (one of them red band) to usher in its arrival!
Today in the last of our four-part video interview series for Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (review), we bring you some choice words with producer/co-writer Guillermo del Toro in which he talks about how the project came about and how long it took him to get the movie made. He also describes why the child's viewpoint was important to the drama of the movie.
Guy Pearce is today's focus in the third of our four-part video interview series for Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark (review here). Sit back and listen as Guy elaborates on working with the rest of the cast and crew as well as filming at the many sets and locations found in the flick.