Science fiction and fantasy
Guillermo del Toro
The Mexican director Guillermo del Toro's films often include strong elements of fantasy. He has also written a trilogy of horror novels in collaboration with Chuck Hogan.
Film ReviewsHellboy II: The Golden Army
An elvish prince attempts to raise an unstoppable army to destroy mankind.
Released in 2008.
In the Spain of 1944 young Ofelia finds a kingdom of fairies and magic.
Released in 2006.
Big, red, hellish and likes kittens seeks similar for warmth and friendship.
Released in 2004.
Book ReviewsThe Night Eternal
The last remnants of mankind battle to defeat the vampire plague whilst staying true to their humanity. The third part of The Strain trilogy.
Released in 2011.
Vampires threaten the future of the human race in this sequel to The Strain.
Released in 2010.
When alien monsters emerge from the Pacific and start destroying cities, mankind sends giant robots piloted by neuro-connected soldiers to fight them.
The vampire hunter teams up with his enemies to take on a new kind of vampire.
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The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch by Philip K. Dick
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I Am Legend by Francis Lawrence
A loose adaptation of a novel by Richard Matheson sees Will Smith as the last man on Earth, struggling against monsters and loneliness.