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    I got a rim job once!

    The "Trailers From Hell!' DVD looks pretty good!
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    LAFF REVIEW | 'Don't Be Afraid of the Dark' Remakes the Original, Minus Most of the Frights - indieWIRE

    “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark” is largely a cut-and-paste affair, although useful for that very reason; it provides a glaring reminder that scary movies have evolved, both in terms of style and expectations, but the evolution isn’t worth the effort. A few years ago, Del Toro produced “The Orphanage,” a leaner, smarter throwback to scarier cinema that predominantly relied on the impact of unknown things lurking just outside the frame. “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark” lifts its spell whenever it turns on the lights.

    criticWIRE grade: B-

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    Exclusive: Guillermo del Toro on Hellboy 3 & Pacific Rim - ShockTillYouDrop.com

    He also touched on last week's news item in which Mike Mignola told a reporter that del Toro likely won't return for Hellboy 3.

    The director told us that he WOULD like to do a third film, but his schedule is so nuts "by the time I get to it and by the time we got Ron [Perlman] back, he'll be a HellMAN and in a wheelchair," del Toro joked.

    Before I wrapped with him, del Toro assured us that he's still interested in doing Frankenstein, regardless of how many similar projects are in development. "My take is so unique, it will set it apart," he said. Universal still has interest in getting the film off the ground.

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    Guillermo Del Toro on Pacific Rim Monsters and the Demise of At the Mountains of Madness | Movieline

    “It’s almost too much fun. The thing I love most in the world is monsters, and we are creating great monsters. We are literally in the paradise field, the Elysium field, of monsters right now. And we’ve barely started. We have still many months to create the monsters and we’re making sure we create and deliver the finest monsters fit to be created onscreen.”
    I'm really excited about Pacific Rim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    Orph will be glad to know that he hasn't given up on At The Mountains of Madness either...
    Guillermo del Toro: Not Giving Up on ‘At the Mountains of Madness,’

    I’m not giving up… ‘Mountains of Madness’ has been with me for 13, 14 years and I really don’t want to give up on it… ‘Mountains of Madness,’ the way I plan to do it is a very peculiar take, and I think if I don’t stick with it the version I would like to see would never get made.

    He says that he would rather be locked into a budget than a rating, because Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark was intended as PG-13, but landed an R. So contractually being tied to PG-13 for Mountains might be problematic if, once the film is done, the MPAA hit it with an R and he was forced to cut it at the last minute. He finished up by saying,

    I’m going to keep pursuing [Mountains]… Universal is still really interested in doing it. Coming out of ‘Pacific Rim,’ I intend to see if we can do it immediately.

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    L.A. Film Fest Review: ‘Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark’ Can’t Conjure Up The Scares > The Playlist

    “Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark” builds to a climactic flurry in which all the film’s flaws became even more exposed. And that’s a shame because, in its best moments, Del Toro and Nixey succeed in making you feel like a scared little kid again, but by the time the film wraps up, it leaves you feeling like an adult laughing at your former self for being terrified in the first place. [C+]

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    I haven't given up of ever getting a Del Toro directed Mountains of Madness, but I won't be holding my breath. *shrugs*

    Instead, I am going to focus on staging a musical version of Lovecraft's "The Colour out of Space."
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