In Guillermo del Toro's 'Crimson Peak', the ghosts were actors in full makeup, enhanced by CGI (not other way around)

In Guillermo del Toro's 'Crimson Peak', the ghosts were actors in full makeup, enhanced by CGI (not other way around)

Pan's Labyrinth (2009).  It’s easy to forget how bowled over we all were by Pan’s Labyrinth when it first came out, but watch it again and there’s no denying del Toro’s brutal depiction of Franco's Spain, the underground terror of the Pale Man, or the heartbreak of that gut-wrenching ending.

Pan's Labyrinth love that creepy eyeless thing

The Strain by Guillermo del Torro and Chuck Hogan <3

Guillermo del Toro – De Meester

Beauty and the Beast Guillermo Del Torro and Emma Watson release TBA

Beauty and the Beast Guillermo Del Torro and Emma Watson release TBA

Guillermo del Toro new book

Guillermo del Toro's wonderfully weird new project

Hell Boy Animated Movie Posters or Guillermo Del Torro films

Animated Movie Posters: Del Toro edition

"Now, see, I love this song. And I can't smile, or cry. I think I have no tear ducts."

Doug Jones as Abe Sapien in Hellboy II: The Golden Army.

‘Suspiria’ Rediscovered: Why Guillermo Del Toro and Others Are Fighting to Salvage Dario Argento’s Masterpiece

‘Suspiria’ Rediscovered: Why Guillermo Del Toro and Others Are Fighting to Salvage Dario Argento’s Masterpiece

FX Orders TV Series Adapting Guillermo del Torro And Chuck Hogan's 'The Strain' Novels And Comics

Based on Guillermo Del Toro’s and Chuck Hogan’s novels, The Strain, Volume 1 written by David Lapham

its like those butterflies with eyes on their wings.... but in a science fiction kinda way

"The pale man" from Pan's Labyrinth by Guillermo del Toro.one of the freakiest characters ever! yet very well made and one of my favorites!

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