Tweet So this is fun: there’s a beer inspired by Guillermo Del Toro’s upcoming Crimson Peak! It’s the result of a collaboration between the Alamo Drafthouse and Firestone Walker Brewing, and will be available all month long at Alamo Drafthouse locations. You can even get a limited edition cup. Pint glass. Not cup. Here’s quotes from […]
Tweet Looking ahead at mainstream horror films coming out in 2015, Crimson Peak stands out as one of the biggest titles. Screen Rant ranks it as the #1 most anticipated film in the genre for this year in this post. And with Guillermo del Toro at the helm, it naturally packs a lot of intrigue. But it’s the […]
The Guillermo del Toro-Produced remake of the 1973 Made-For-TV film hit theaters this past weekend. See how it stacks up in Jeff’s review…
Tweet Jovanka Vuckovic, best known to most of us as the former Editor-In-Chief of Rue Morgue magazine and all-around horror expert, is certainly a very busy and multi-talented woman. In addition to having recently given birth, she has managed to complete a coffee table book about zombies and is working on her first short film, […]
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Tweet I’m sure that most of you have heard of Guillermo del Toro, and odds are you know his name due to his work with films. For those of you who have not heard of him, he did Mimic, Blade II, Hellboy, and Pan’s Labyrinth. He also turned down I Am Legend and Harry […]
Well, the vampire movement is so hot right now that it looks like director Guillermo del Toro couldn’t even escape its lure. After spending the past two years holed up in New Zealand to work with Peter Jackson on their passion project The Hobbit, del Toro has walked away.
Joaquin Baldwin is a director and animator from Paraguay, currently living in Los Angeles. His film Sebastian’s Voodoo was nominated for an Annie Award in 2009, the most prestigious award in animation,