How does the sequel stack(er) up to the original?
After a long evening packed with debuts, awards, and surprises, there’s plenty to recap from the Game Awards. The evening began with the ceremony’s own symphony performing a wonderful medley from various titles from Dragon Age, Legend of Zelda, and many more. The first award of the night was Best Narrative. Giant Sparrow took home […]
Opening in limited release this weekend, and going wider on December 8th, Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water is a Cold War era romance fable starring Sally Hawkins as a woman who works in the cleaning staff on a top secret government research facility. Her character, Elisa, was rendered mute as an infant from […]
“It’s not a ghost story. It’s a story with ghosts in it.”
You know those thrillers where you see a mysterious, black glove hand coming from behind a corner, putting ipecac or arsenic in people’s drinks? And not until the end of the movie do we know who was wearing the glove? Someone…or someTHING….is doing that right now with PACIFIC RIM, Guillermo del Toro’s giant robots vs […]
Monsters vs robots in bone crushing Guillermo del Toro-vision? I’m there! Get in the mood as we talk to screenwriter Travis Beacham about his prequel graphic novel.
Some seriously appetite whetting news via Deadline: HBO have teamed up with none other than scare master extraordinaire, Guillermo Del Toro, to adapt Naoki Urasawa’s 18 volume manga series, Monster. Urasawa’s story follows a brilliant young doctor, Kenzo Tenma, who risks his reputation, career and fiancee when he chooses to save the lives of two young twins, over treating […]
Something from the WB/DC movie corral that sounds very intriguing: Guillermo del Toro is heading up a “Dark Universe” film which would unite characters like Swamp Thing, Deadman, Zatanna and so on. Del Toro say he’s found the perfect writer to develop the script, he says in an interview during the Mama junket. Among the […]