A young girl Ofelia bumps up against fearsome authoritarians and vexing otherworldly creatures in del Toro's most consummately realised film to date.
Del Toro's debut, a visceral and sardonic reworking of the vampire genre, was the 1994 Cannes Critic's Week winner
Wesley Snipes is the half man/half vampire in the sequel that outclassed the original.
A suspenseful horror sci-fi film about a mutant breed of insects that wreak their own form of genetic revenge on the human residents of Manhattan.
Del Toro's fave films: George A. Romero's 1977 vampire thriller. Screening exclusively at ACMI in a 35mm imported print!
Ron Perlman and Selma Blair star in the big screen adaptation of Mike Mignola's graphic comic.
The Spanish Civil War-set gothic melodrama del Toro calls his 'Mario Bava western'.
More of del Toro's fave films: Mario Bava's gorgeously shot 1960 gothic horror, starring Barbara Steele.
Del Toro fave films: Robert Mitchum is chilling in a classic of American gothic by Charles Laughton