Gothic horror hero Guillermo Del Toro is about to unleash some extra nightmare gasoline this spooky season with the arrival of his long-awaited anthology collection Cabinet of Curiosities, which comes from each the Oscar-winning director and a bunch of his horror filmmaking associates. Not to say starring a unending procession of acquainted faces within the solid. Get your first style of what Netflix is hyping up because the “horror event of the season” through the trailer above.
As you’ll anticipate from having his identify within the title, del Toro — most recognized for the likes of Pan’s Labyrinth, The Shape of Water, and the Hellboy motion pictures — will host the collection, with the trailer teasing that he’ll be doing his greatest impression of Alfred Hitchcock for the gig. “Picture your mind as a cabinet,” he intones on the trailer’s starting, “where you lock up your darkest thoughts and deepest fears. What would happen if you opened that cabinet for the world to see?” Looks like we’re about to seek out out.
As the trailer guarantees, this primary season of the anthology will include eight episodes. These are “The Autopsy” from David Prior, “Dreams of the Witch House”, as based mostly on a H.P. Lovecraft story, “Graveyard Rats” from Vincent Natali, “Lot 36” from Guillermo Navarro, Jennifer Kent’s “The Murmuring,” Ana Lily Amirpour’s “The Outpouring,” second Lovecraft adaptation “Pickman’s Model,” and “The Viewing” from Panos Cosmatos with Aaron Stewart-Ahn.
The A-list solid featured all through consists of the likes of Rupert Grint, Tim Blake Nelson, Kate Miccuci, Martin Starr, Crispin Clover, Andrew Lincoln, Ben Barnes, and an unrecognizable Dan Stevens. Going by our temporary glimpses at these eight tales of terror, numerous completely different flavors of horror will likely be on show within the eponymous cupboard, though every one guarantees to terrify in its personal distinct method. Don’t miss what Guillermo del Toro has cooked up for us when Cabinet of Curiosities opens its doorways on Netflix this Oct. 25.