Del Toro’s Pacific Rim offers monster/robot glory
Warning: This discussion is thick with spoilers.
Less scary than a call from Mom
Getting neither there nor back again
Above is the image that promoted the original Don't Be Afraid of The Dark--the 1973 TV movie Guillermo del Toro was inspired to remake, as a writer/producer, with Katie Holmes and Guy Pearce. I included it strictly for shock value because you didn't expect it. (Boo!) Well, last night, at th ... More >>
Superheroes, sequels, and TWO Conans! Summer has arrived.
With love from England to you
Not for the tender-hearted . . . just sayin'
"In Mexico, you're always asked where Gael is, like if you're by yourself then you are nothing." The Mexican blockbuster Rudo y Cursi is the first film that Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal have costarred in since Y Tu Mama Tambien, the much acclaimed 2001 indie coming-of-age film that simultane ... More >>
Latin film is bigger than ever
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Combat movies win top prizes at Cannes
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Guillermo del Toro Drinks Deep
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