The Man Who Makes Monsters

Emerging from the thickets of our imagination, constructed out of fear and fantasy, there exists the perception of monsters. It is these monstrosities derived from ignorance and abnormalities emerging from the shadows, that serve as the muse that guides the pen of Guillermo del Toro. The acclaimed film director and screenwriter has earned over his … Continue reading The Man Who Makes Monsters

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Pan’s Labyrinth (Film Review) A Fairy-tale Not for All Ages

The 2004 Guillermo Del Toro film Pan’s Labyrinth is an interesting film watching experience. The film centers around Ofelia, an innocent girl stuck in a sawmill run by Fascist Spanish militants. With her mother, ill and expected Ofelia adventures of into the woods were a Faun creature sends her on her version of the Hero’s … Continue reading Pan’s Labyrinth (Film Review) A Fairy-tale Not for All Ages

Pan’s Labyrinth Sends Me Down a Rabbit Hole

Oh boy, okay what have I done to myself? So recently I sat down and watched Guillermo Del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth and this is certainly something I would recommend giving a watch. I can best describe it as an adult fairy-tale, or kind of what fairy tales used to be like before child psychologists. I … Continue reading Pan’s Labyrinth Sends Me Down a Rabbit Hole