Guillermo Del Toro Reveals What Book He Thinks All Horror Fans Should Read
70 0  2022-10-23 02:31:19
Guillermo Del Toro reveals what horror novel he thinks every genre fan should read. After releasing his first full-length feature film in the early '90s, del Toro initially made a name for himself in Hollywood helming the likes of Mimic, Blade II and the original Hellboy before 2006's dark fantasy Pan's Labyrinth shot the filmmaker to his biggest critical heights, earning del Toro his first Oscar. Despite working consistently in the years since, Del Toro has had a particularly busy 2022, recently releasing the well-received stop-motion Pinocchio adaptation, as well as the horror anthology series Cabinet of Curiosities, both of which are for Netflix with the latter also due out this week.

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