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Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water looks fantastic in final trailer

We can only hear so much about how amazing Guillermo del Toro 's THE SHAPE OF WATER is before it gets all too frustrating that it hasn't been released yet! Thankfully, with less than a month to go, we'll soon be sitting down for del Toro's adult fairy tale, but in the meantime, why not check out the final red-band trailer for the upcoming film. Be warned, it does...
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11.09.2017
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Guillermo del Toro's Trollhunters to expand with alien and wizard spin-offs

It won't be long now until the sophomore season of  Guillermo del Toro 's TROLLHUNTERS arrives on Netflix. Though as exciting as that is, an even bigger story surrounding the fantasy animation series has recently surfaced, with news that del Toro plans to expand the universe with two new shows: the alien epic 3 BELOW and a magical mystery tale entitled WIZARDS....
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11.07.2017
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Guillermo del Toro talks future projects and an upcoming year-long sabatical

Recently, while visiting the Hotel Virrey de Mendoza in Morelia, Mexico, one of the film industry's most prolific directors held court for a series of one-on-one interviews. After taking up occupancy in The Salon Escudos, a tiny room at the back of the Virrey de Mendoza establishment, del Toro spoke openly about his plans for the future. “I have two projects with...
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10.27.2017
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Check out the new poster for Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water

A Guillermo del Toro film is always something to look forward to, at least, it is for me, and we're fortunate enough to have what appears to be one of his best closing out the year. Set in 1962 during the Cold War, THE SHAPE OF WATER finds the lonely Elisa ( Sally Hawkins ) trapped in a life of silence and isolation, but when she discovers an amphibious creature ( Doug Jones ) in...
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10.19.2017
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Hocus Pocus remake in the works at Disney Channel

Halloween is right around the corner, ladies, and germs, and that means witches, cauldrons, skimpy costumes and buying all the candy in the world but giving none of it to local children. More importantly, it means horror flicks both haunting and comedic, and some of you may include HOCUS POCUS on your list. The one-off Disney movie starring Bette Midler remains a campy, nostalgia trip...
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09.28.2017
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TV Review: Star Trek Discovery

EPISODE 1:  "The Vulcan Hello" SYNOPSIS: Set roughly ten years before the events of Star Trek: The Original Series, the show sees the Klingon T'Kuvma look to unite the 24 great Klingon houses, leading to a cold war between his race and the United Federation of Planets that involves the crew of the USS Discovery. REVIEW:  Star Trek Discovery...
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09.25.2017
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Doug Jones talks creating a "sexy" monster in Shape of Water

THE SHAPE OF WATER is already earning rave reviews, with critics citing the beauty of the romance between a woman who cannot speak – played by Sally Hawkins – and an aquatic fishman – played by Guillermo del Toro mainstay Doug Jones . The man has been in numerous del Toro films, including as Fauno in PAN’S LABYRINTH and Abe Sapien in HELLBOY. He gets to play...
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09.15.2017
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Shape of Water red band trailer teases a violent love story

THE SHAPE OF WATER is promising to be a fantastical tale about the beauty of unconventional love and how hard you may have to fight to preserve it. Earlier trailers have been on the tame side, but the new red band trailer demonstrates just how hard Sally Hawkins , a lowly cleaning woman, will have to fight against a ferocious Michael Shannon , her boss who will stop at nothing to...
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09.14.2017
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Review: The Shape of Water (TIFF)

PLOT: A mute cleaning woman ( Sally Hawkins ) working the graveyard shift at a top secret government installation in the cold war era, befriends an imprisoned sea creature ( Doug Jones ) being experimented upon by an overzealous agent ( Michael Shannon ) and a mysterious doctor ( Michael Stuhlbarg ). REVIEW: The mark of a great director, in my opinion, is when, after watching...
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09.12.2017
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Guillermo del Toro gave up his salary to get The Shape of Water made

It takes quite a lot of money to make a movie, but not everyone is willing to sacrifice their pay cheque at the end of the day, but that's what Guillermo del Toro knew he would have to do if he ever hoped to get THE SHAPE WITH WATER made the way he wanted. After Universal Pictures marketed his last film, CRIMSON PEAK, as a horror movie instead of the gothic romance it really...
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08.31.2017
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Mike Mignola's Hellboy revealed as upcoming Injustice 2 character DLC

INJUSTICE 2, NetherRealm’s violently hard-hitting DC Comics fighting game that takes full advantage of the comic book publisher's multiverse, has revealed that Mike Mignola's Hellboy character is set to become a playable fighter in the game courtesy of the upcoming Fighter Pack 2 DLC . Content for the DLC was announced during a livestream being broadcast...
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08.23.2017
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Awesome Art We've Found Around The Net: Defenders, Kill Bill, Jurassic Park

Some cliche somewhere said that 'a picture is worth a thousand words.' This has proven to be the case for me and especially when it comes to fan art. I have always sought out great fan art and have wanted to share it with as many people as possible. "Awesome Artwork We've Found Around The Net" is the outlet for that passion. In this column I will showcase the kick-ass...
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08.19.2017
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