In an interview at the Brattle Theatre, acclaimed director and maestro of the mystical Guillermo del Toro discussed The Fall, the second installment of his The Strain trilogy. He also payed homage to the video games he's come to know and love (and even make), and put the smack-down on America's favorite movie critic Robert Ebert for claiming that "video games can never be art."
it's H.P. Lovecraft's birthday! So, to honor the late, legendary composer of
creepy chronicles, we give you this episode of The Real Ghostbusters. Personally, I would consider this late '80s cartoon spinoff series the presiding authority on questionably pronounced Lovecraftian monikers like "Cthulhu."
If you're a fan of The Lord of the Rings film trilogy, you may
want to brace yourself. This past weekend worst-case-scenario news
erupted when Guillermo del Toro announced that he has relinquished his
role as director for the upcoming two-part Hobbit film. The news
comes amid frustrations with delays surrounding production studio MGM's
current financial crisis.
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