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Alien: Covenant, It Comes at Night & The Shape of Water all snag R-ratings

It's rating roundup time here at AITH and we have three new flicks ALL recently slapped with the old R-rating courtesy of the MPAA. They are Ridley Scott's ALIEN: COVENANT , Trey Edward Shults' IT COMES AT NIGHT and Guillermo del Toro's THE SHAPE OF WATER. Nice. I like to see horror flicks snagging R-ratings! I'm not against PG-13 horror, but being that I...
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04.28.2017
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Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water hits this December

Just like every other human on the planet, I am always excited for the new/next flick by Guillermo del Toro. I think PAN'S LABYRINTH and to a (much) lesser degree CRIMSON PEAK are classics, his new film THE SHAPE OF WATER I can only hope is another entry in his unofficial violent, but gorgeous, fairy tales for adults series. News has been slim on the newest flick, but...
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04.19.2017
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It's the Booze Talkin', Why are audiences not supporting Guillermo del Toro?

There are very few filmmakers that inspire and excite my cinema loving sensibilities quite like Guillermo del Toro. From CRONOS to CRIMSON PEAK, this incredible filmmaker is able to paint some of the most daring and inspired images ever put to screen. And while some may feel that his latest is a tad simplistic as far as the story is concerned, for me there is an old-fashioned quality to...
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10.20.2015
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Sinister 2 launches midnight screening program Sinister Weekends

  Not all of you are likely excited about SINISTER 2 's impending release, but even you naysayers will have to admit this is pretty cool. Gramercy Pictures has announced “Sinister Weekends,” a midnight screenings program across the country to connect “Sinister” fans with the franchise’s haunting inspirations including THE RING , LET THE...
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08.04.2015
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It's the Booze Talkin', Guillermo del Toro back to horror? We're in!

In the 1980 classic ghost story THE CHANGELING, there is a sequence involving an old wheelchair that is pretty damn creepy.  One of the many moment that linger in my memory. This spectacularly spooky tale is a terrifically directed feature from Peter Medak, starring the legendary George C. Scott in the leading role. It is what you could call a classy horror movie. Of course, if you’ve...
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07.14.2015
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Cool Horror Gear: Mondo posters for Guillermo del Toro's Cronos and The Devil's Backbone

Tomorrow Mondo continues their collaboration with The Criterion Collection by celebrating two releases from one of their favorite filmmakers, Guillermo Del Toro. CRONOS (spine #551) features artwork by the legendary Mike Mignola and separations made especially for this screenprint by multiple Eisner award-winning colorist David Stewart. THE DEVIL'S BACKBONE (spine #666) features all new...
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07.30.2013
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AITH Podcast: Pacific Rim, Mimic, Hellboy, and Evil Dead discussed!

LISTEN TO THE AITH PODCAST NOW!   Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast fifes all over Guillermo del Toro in this very special edition of the AITH Podcast! First up, we take on Mira Sorvino in MIMIC (3:24), a creepy little genre flick that still holds up after all these years. We also take on THE DEVIL'S BACKBONE, HELLBOY, BLADE 2, HELLBOY II: THE...
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07.17.2013
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Top 10 Guillermo del Toro Flicks!

Good gravy, is there a bigger name in movies these days than Guillermo del Toro?! Pretty crazy right, especially when you consider the dude has only directed 7 feature films over the last 20 years, with PACIFIC RIM, crash landing on Earth today, marking number 8. Mark it an 8 dude! That said, del Toro has become a brand name unto himself, using his Hollywood clout to assist others, mostly...
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07.12.2013
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Criterion to release Guillermo del Toro's The Devil's Backbone on Blu-ray

Criterion has just announced their release of Guillermo del Toro's THE DEVIL'S BACKBONE on Blu-ray which will be available on July 30th. The stunning new transfer will also come with a ton of great special features which you can check out below for all the details! The most personal film by Guillermo del Toro is also among his most frightening and emotionally layered. Set during the...
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04.16.2013
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Criterion teases Repo Man, Scanners, The Devil's Backbone and many more horror titles!

Ordinary f---ing people, man. There's no way they could decipher the films being teased in Criterion's 2013 "Wacky New Year's Art." At the end of every year the company teases its upcoming slate of releases with an "interpret the artwork" style cartoon, the kind of thing you might find in an issue of Highlights For Children if it was taken over by a bunch of cinephiles. This...
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01.02.2013
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