Take some legendary horror movies, mix in a bunch of talented horror directors, put an immortal Monster Master as the main boss of the project, and throw in a Netflix budget. Does this sound good to you? Then you’ll love Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Rarities.
Guillermo del Toro is a good writer, a capable screenwriter, a fantastic director, but above all he is known as the Monster Master because he and his team collect fantastic and bizarre terrible creatures, monsters, monsters and freaks … and then directly hug them on camera. After all, his Oscar-winning film “The Face of Water” tells how a cleaning lady wants to have sex with a fishman.
In short, Del Toro is a big fan of horror, both classic and modern. And if this guy sounds like someone you’d love to befriend, then you need to check out his latest project, Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities, an eight-part Netflix anthology horror origil that just oozes love for the genre. Del Toro enlisted the help of several extremely talented directors already established in the horror world to create something strikingly reminiscent of Alfred Hitchcock’s legendary Hitchcock show… only with more tentacles and blood.
We will look at this delicacy in today’s Seroš X show.
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