Tag Archives: Guillermo Del Toro

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019) Review

A DELIGHTFULLY SCARY TALE   Years before literary author R.L. Stine released his ghoulish scary stories for kids in his Goosebumps series, Alvin Schwartz created Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark; scaring up young readers with its spooky tales within. First released in 1981, Schwartz’s creation (in case you didn’t know) is a collection of scary stories that are

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Pacific Rim Review

MAN AND MACHINE BECOME ONE   Another golden oldie from my old movie blog. Enjoy! Giant monster and/or mecha movies are super popular in western society. From the famous yet kind of cheesy Godzilla movies to the flashy Japanese anime, this idea of larger than life creatures / robots has spawned a genre unto itself and has amass a large

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Crimson Peak Review

HAUNTINGLY BEAUTIFUL   Director Guillermo del Toro has a special affinity towards the realms of horror in his moviemaking. The 51 year old director / screenwriter has touched upon this in several of his media projects, including his fantasy film Pan’s Labyrinth, his graphic novel adapation Hellboy (and its sequel Hellboy: The Golden Army), and in the FX television show

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