Is it a prequel? A sequel? A gritty reboot with King Kong as a troubled loner?
I guess those lizard monsters came back. Pity.
Most awesome dumb movie of all time, or the dumbest awesome movie of all time?
The only thing missing is Ron Perlman.
It doesn’t have to make sense.
Saving kicks for the sequel.
Big robots are the natural predators of big aliens.
Sonuvabitch!! They’re pretty much the same thing.
In case the robots housing monsters weren’t clear enough the first time around.
Suck it, monsters!
I’m guessing it will be in English.
Oakland just got sh*ttier.
I should be frothing at the mouth in anger after hearing “vampire drama.”
“Ghostmom! You’re embarassing us!!”
Del Toro gets dicked over again.
It’s a sci-fi thriller with Charlie Day. Do we really need to see it to know it will rock?
This is one Hellboy visit that won’t terrify you.
Expect nightlight sales to skyrocket in the wake of this film.
Poor Paul Rudd.
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I’m guessing she’ll play the “Beauty” part of the equation, but don’t rule anything out with del Toro.
Packed with your TV favorites. And ‘Twilight’.
A solid creature feature in the vein of the’80s puppet movies
Apparently, ridding the Earth of alien invaders is “Charlie work.”
Everything’s coming up Idris Elba.
Look behind you!
Guillermo del Toro is pitting the young actor against some giant “malevolent” bugs. Benevolent bugs would be funnier.
Check out the spookeriffic poster for producer Guillermo Del Toro’s ‘Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark’. Just remember: posters can’t harm you.
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