The Devil's Backbone (2001)
Press Release: Hollywood, Calif. — Academy Award winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro is making his animated feature film directorial debut at Netflix with his lifelong passion project, Pinocchio, which he will also write and produce as a stop motion musical. Pinocchio will be del Toro’s first feature film since The Shape of Water, which garnered four Academy Awards last year, including for Best Director and Best Picture.
Del Toro has set his retelling of the classic tale of Pinocchio in Italy during the 1930s. This marks an expansion of Netflix’s existing relationship with Guillermo del Toro, who created their Emmy award-winning television series DreamWorks’ Trollhunters,
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The Devil's Backbone Figure: "Neca is thrilled to announce a new collaboration with renowned director, Guillermo del Toro! The new Gdt Signature Collection will bring select characters from del Toro’s movies to life in premium action figure format with deluxe added elements.
The first release in the collection is Santi, from the haunting film The Devil’s Backbone. “The one who sighs” is super-poseable and comes with a detailed diorama base featuring the bomb that falls into the courtyard of his orphanage.
Neca's Guillermo del Toro Signature Collection figure of the director will be available starting Thursday, July 19th at San Diego Comic Con, and is limited to 2,000. The del Toro action figure is priced at $40 and will exclusively be available at the Neca booth until they are sold out. Like most of what Neca does, the Guillermo del
Press Release: Guillermo del Toro Presents 10 After Midnight is coming soon to Netflix. In this new genre-defining anthology series, acclaimed Academy Award-winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro will present a collection of personally curated stories, that are both equally sophisticated and horrific.
With this first live-action series, del Toro and Netflix extend their collaboration, which began with the award-winning animated series Trollhunters (which returns May 25).
On Guillermo del Toro Presents 10 After Midnight, creator and executive producer del Toro will bring his own visionary style as both a writer and director to certain episodes.
According to a statement about the show, del Toro will write and direct select episodes and hand-select "a team of the genre's best writers and exciting new filmmakers" to craft additional installments. J. Miles Dale, producer of Del Toro's Best Picture Oscar-winning 2017 movie, The Shape of Water, will
"For the longest time, I've hoped to find an environment in which I can distribute, nurture and produce new voices in smart,
Twin siblings isolated in a crumbling mansion deep in the Irish countryside. A sinister presence watching them, stealing a little closer every night. Dark secrets, a curse, and unexpected romance. The Lodgers is a chilling slice of old fashioned Gothic horror, and it's one of the offerings at this year's Glasgow Film Festival. I asked director Brian O'Malley if he approached it as part of the recent genre revival.
"I'm a longstanding fan of Gothic period ghost stories," he tells me. "I discovered The Innocents - you know the 1962 film - when I was in my late teens. I always found that type of horror to be about mood and tone and what's implied rather than what's obvious to the camera. I liked some of the more recent film like The Others, The Orphanage and The Devil's Backbone. I find it a really.
And the Globe went to...Guillermo del Toro for The Shape of Water!
"Since childhood, I have been faithful to monsters," del Toro said as he accepted his win. "They allow and embody the possibility of failing… In many of these instances, these strange stories, these fables helped save my life. Ones with The Devil's Backbone, one with Pan's Labyrinth, and now with The Shape of Water."
The orchestra then began playing del Toro off. "Lower the music one second. It's taken 25 years, give me a minute," he said to applause, before going on to say, "I wouldn't be here without my cast, my crew, and I want to mention a few fantastic women sitting at this table
Centered on an exquisite performance from Sally Hawkins that conveys both delicacy and strength, this is ...
Guillermo del Toro's new movie, The Shape Of Water, sounds as intriguing as you'd expect...
Guillermo del Toro has never been shy about exploring the truly weird in his films, from a magical faun in Pan's Labyrinth to the Corman-inspired haunted house in Crimson Peak. His next film, The Shape Of Water, sounds like the auteur's strangest film yet.
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Frequent del Toro collaborator Doug Jones, who played Abe Sapien in the Hellboy movies and The Pale Man in Pan's Labyrinth (shudder), talked to Collider about the upcoming movie, sharing a few details about the character he plays and the plot of the film. Jones should feel right at home in The Shape of Water, as he's once again playing a fish man.
This year’s Holiday Gift Guide is being sponsored by several amazing companies, including Mondo, Anchor Bay Entertainment, DC Entertainment, and Magnolia Home Entertainment, who have all donated an assortment of goodies to help you get into the spirit of the season. Daily Dead also recently teamed up with Texas-based artist Dustin Pace of Duddy in Motion to create an amazing Stranger Things print (see below) that all of our giveaway winners will receive with our amazing prize packs that feature a collection of items, including movies, graphic novels, the Duddy in Motion Stranger Things print,
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With Halloween upon us, we picked 25 appropriately spooky movies...
This article comes from Den of Geek UK.
Sick of Halloween films about axe-wielding maniacs and razorblade candy? Weary of vampires, werewolves and the odd zombie apocalypse? Sometimes we just need to get back to basics: A dark and stormy evening, a creaky old house, and things that go bump in the night.
It’s said that the veil between the worlds of the dead and the living is at its thinnest around Halloween, so how better to celebrate than to turn the lights off, ignore the trick or treaters and enjoy one of these awesomely spooky movies?
25. The Awakening (2011)
This BBC film is set in the 1920s and is an amalgam of several ghost stories (lifting certain scenes almost verbatim from Haunted). However, what it lacks in originality it makes up for in elegance; it’s worth
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