Things get emotional up in here as we talk Jorge Gutierrez’s “The Book of Life” from 2014. Del Toro helped Gutierrez get this homage to Mexican culture off the ground and Ollie and I are sure glad he did. We get to talk about culture, death, family and cry cry cry. It’s good for the soul!
Will these bonuses never cease?! We are BACK with Andrés Muschietti’s “Mama” from 2013. And, with this episode, we round out our trilogy. What trilogy, you might ask? Well, listen and FIND OUT!
Ollie and I are back to talk “Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark!” It’s del Toro’s ideas and Troy Nixey’s flair slathered all over a 1970’s made-for-tv movie. Does it work? Let’s find out!
Ollie and I present a special non-del Toro movie that was sold to audiences as very much a del Toro movie! “The Orphanage” is spooky, heartbreaking and wonderful and NOT a del Toro movie. But, he helped get it made and helped start the career of J. A. Bayona, so we’re covering it here! Enjoy this special BONUS!
Ollie and I talk briefly about the “The Shape of Water” rating, the news of Hellboy’s return to cinemas and finally making it to the exhibit at the MIA.
Ollie and I have a quick chat about GDT and Star Wars.