Trailer For Crimson Peak Shows How Guillermo Del Toro Does Gothic Horror

We've been waiting for Guillermo del Toro to tackle the gothic horror genre for just about all of his career. And now here it is in the Crimson Peak trailer, and it's all sex and high-necked dresses and Tom Hiddleston and, oh yeah, GHOSTS. Shit is going to get kinky and weird and we cannot wait. » 2/13/15 10:40am 2/13/15 10:40am

New York Hosts The Vampire Apocalypse In New Trailer For The Strain

FX has debuted the first trailer for the second season of Guillermo del Toro's vampire series The Strain, and it appears the ammonia-laden Strigoi fecal matter has completely hit the fan, as the war between humans and the vampires has escalated from covert to "the city is overrun and also on fire." » 1/19/15 8:20am 1/19/15 8:20am

Guillermo Del Toro Is Making A Dark, Victorian Fantasy Series For Amazon

Guillermo del Toro is creating a dark Victorian fantasy series set in the near future (in London) where humans and monsters live side-by-side. Titled A Killing on Carnival Row, the Amazon show will investigate a series of fairy murders. Just take our money now, GDT. » 1/09/15 8:21am 1/09/15 8:21am

Tom Hiddleston Goes Gothic In Photos From Del Toro's Crimson Peak

In Guillermo del Toro's upcoming gothic ghost story Crimson Peak, Tom Hiddleston plays the mysterious husband of a young author, played by Mia Wasikowska. But as dapper as Hiddleston looks in his 19th-century costume, the real star of these official images is his character's manor. » 1/04/15 3:00pm 1/04/15 3:00pm

Pacific Rim 2 Will Lead Right Into Pacific Rim 3

Guillermo del Toro dropped some monster-sized bombs about Pacific Rim 2 and Pacific Rim 3—specifically alluding to the fact that Pac Rim 2 and Pac Rim 3 would be connected by some of our favorite characters. » 10/17/14 1:39pm 10/17/14 1:39pm

My Goodness, These Book of Life Clips Are Gorgeous

There is absolutely no doubt in our minds that Jorge R. Gutierrez's animated movie Book Of Life will be stunning. The images and trailer alone have given us so much to look forward to, and now there are clips—gorgeous, cheeky clips of the wonderful world of the dead. Take a look. » 10/14/14 8:27am 10/14/14 8:27am

Good News For Eye Worms! The Strain Renewed For Season 2

Those of us who are patiently waiting for the vampire apocalypse to finally get off its undead ass, good news! FX has confirmed Guillermo del Toro's horror show The Strain for a second season. Meaning the show has 13 additional episodes to finally show humanity getting its ass kicked. Er, drained of blood. » 8/19/14 2:21pm 8/19/14 2:21pm

New Book Of Life Trailer Makes Us Want To Live In The Afterlife

Seriously, we'd like to crawl inside the Day of the Dead-inspired movie Book of Life, even if it means occasionally being pursued by giant skull boulders. Both the Land of the Remembered and the Land of the Forgotten look simply stunning. » 8/07/14 10:20am 8/07/14 10:20am

Why Del Toro Told The Crimson Peak Cast To Keep Secrets From Each Other

Guillermo del Toro's detail-oriented approach fuels every aspect of Crimson Peak, his new horror movie. On set, he knew every part of the house, down to the books in the library. And not only did he give his actors detailed biographies of their characters, but he encouraged them to keep information from each other. » 7/31/14 1:20pm 7/31/14 1:20pm

​Things Are Picking Up — And Falling Off — On The Strain

It's not quite a vampire apocalypse, but things are definitely happening on The Strain. The bitten plane survivors are mutating, Eph and his gang are slowly (slloooooowwwwlllllyyy) learning about what's actually happening but the real news is HOLY SHIT [spoilers ahead] — » 7/28/14 4:00pm 7/28/14 4:00pm

Book Of Life Is The First Movie To Honor—Not Steal From—Day Of The Dead

Day of the Dead is everywhere these days; calaveras have been adopted by everyone from punks to Pixar. But for The Book of Life director Jorge Gutierrez, the holiday isn't just about the cool visuals; it's also intensely personal. » 7/27/14 10:00am 7/27/14 10:00am

Guillermo Del Toro Showed Us Why Crimson Peak May Be His Creepiest Film

We just saw the first footage from Guillermo del Toro's next film, Crimson Peak. And based on that first glimpse, this movie could actually be his most lovely and disturbing film yet, thanks to insane imagery and loads of atmosphere. And del Toro may still get to make Hellboy 3 or Mountains of Madness! » 7/26/14 2:10pm 7/26/14 2:10pm

Watch Guillermo Del Toro Give A Personal Tour Of His Tiny Haunted House

Tucked away on the massive convention floor inside Comic-Con, Guillermo del Toro built a miniature version of his haunted house from his upcoming Gothic horror story Crimson Peak. And then proceeded to give personal tours of his tiny terror. It was amazing. Watch! » 7/24/14 9:40am 7/24/14 9:40am

​Why Is The Strain So Much More Interested In Assholes Than Vampires?

The second episode of Guillermo del Toro's The Strain seems disinterested — almost maliciously — in advancing the plot. I thought this was going to be a show about a vampire plague as seen through science. So why do I have to watch all these terrible characters not getting eaten by vampires? » 7/21/14 2:45pm 7/21/14 2:45pm

Guillermo del Toro Takes Us Inside His "Kinky" Horror Film Crimson Peak

If there's one genre we're ready for monster movie-maker Guillermo del Toro to tackle, it's gothic horror. And now he finally has in his dark, sexy horror movie Crimson Peak, which we were very lucky to sneak a peek at on the set. Here's what GDT had to say about his latest film project. » 7/17/14 11:40am 7/17/14 11:40am

Guillermo Del Toro's The Strain Is The Most Aptly Named Show On TV

del Toro has tried hard to make FX's The Strain every type of horror at once. It wants to be supernatural horror, basic suspense, a medical outbreak tale, a zombie story, and also a straight-up '80s-style monster movie. The Strain is, humorously enough, trying way too damn hard. » 7/14/14 8:00am 7/14/14 8:00am

We Toured The Gruesome Set Of Guillermo Del Toro's The Strain

We've seen Guillermo del Toro's disgusting vampire monsters in the pasty flesh on the set of his mystery series The Strain. And they were way weirder than we ever imagined, but also gorgeous. This is a unapologetic gross-out monster series with vampires that crap themselves when they eat, but somehow it still… » 7/11/14 8:56am 7/11/14 8:56am

You Won't Believe Who's Rumored For Star Wars And Batman V. Superman!

Fresh details about Peter Capaldi's Doctor Who premiere. Alec Baldwin may be Mission Impossible 5's CIA Director. And Guillermo del Toro has a weird little project to complete before he finishes Pacific Rim 2. Plus, news from the casts of Heroes Reborn, Arrow, and The Walking Dead. Spoilers now! » 7/11/14 6:00am 7/11/14 6:00am

Pacific Rim 2 Is Coming In April 2017!

Praise Cthulhu — we are going to get "more Jaegers and more Kaiju, kicking each other's butts" in 2017, according to this announcement from director Guillermo del Toro. Pacific Rim 2 has been greenlit for April 2017. Plus there'll be an animated series and more comics. » 6/26/14 7:06pm 6/26/14 7:06pm

The Beautifully Grotesque World Of Guillermo Del Toro's The Strain

My favorite part of reading The Strain was the yuck factor. These vampires are disgusting — pieces of their body fall off and they leave trails of feces behind them. Needless to say, I'm excited to see how the TV series will handle it — but these two featurettes are quite promising. » 6/26/14 7:40am 6/26/14 7:40am