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    How 'The Strain' Aims to Perfect the Art of Adapting Books to Television

    The secret origins of FX's spooky vampire drama were born of Guillermo del Toro's desire to tell his own version of a vampire tale.

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    Watch: Guillermo del Toro Unburies a 1981 Cult Horror Classic You Might Have Missed

    Trailers From Hell welcomes Guillermo del Toro to the Guru ranks to talk about one of his favorite horror movies.

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    Guillermo Del Toro Teases 'Crimson Peak' Starring Chastain and Hiddleston (New Trailer)

    We sat down with the director back at Comic-Con to discuss his gothic horror romance, which has just unleashed a new trailer.

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    Watch: Jessica Chastain Has A Heart of Darkness in Chilling New 'Crimson Peak' Trailer

    A trio of indie darlings are at the center of Guillermo del Toro's gothic fright fest.

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    Cannes: We Break Down This Year's Jury

    Based on what the jury said and their general demeanor during their Cannes press conference, here's a thumbnail sketch of each member.

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    Guillermo del Toro Feted at San Francisco Film Fest: "I saw my first corpse at age 4" (Video)

    When Guillermo del Toro was honored with the Irving M. Levin Directing Award at the 58th San Francisco International Film Festival, the fanboys went wild. Watch the full video below.

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    San Francisco Film Fest Highlights, From Alex Gibney's Selfie to Korean BBQ with Guy Maddin

    There was much to absorb at the opening weekend of the San Francisco International Film Festival, which kicked off with Alex Gibney's 'Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine.'

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