Worth Watching - September 1: Pan's Labyrinth Teaser
by Alex Billington
September 1, 2006
Before you brush your teeth, before you get out of bed, before you walk out the door, before you drink your coffee this morning… You need to see this teaser trailer.
Pan's Labyrinth is director Guillermo del Toro's next masterpiece about a young girl who moves to post-war Spain in 1944. Fascist repression is at its height as the young girl live out her own epic and imaginative gothic fairy tale complete with monsters. This film has an incredibly visual style and unique look due to the brilliance of Guillermo del Toro.
In addition to simply the fantastic look of it, this film has already been receiving incredible responses. Not only from Cannes, where an early cut was screened, but recently as well. I've heard personally from LatinoReview.com's Kellvin that this film is one of, if not the, best film of this year. Guillermo delivered an incredible panel at Comic-Con (that we covered live) that excited nearly everyone in attendance. In addition there's been plenty of talk around the internet about just how great it is. The point is that this new teaser trailer released today truly puts the movie into the epic scope and scale of what it will be.
Click onward for the teaser trailer in all its glory!
Pan's Labyrinth will have a limited released on December 29th in the United States.
Also viewable on CHUD.com
(Thanks to the guys at CHUD.com for originally announcing this teaser!)
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