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Aaron Jones over 1 year ago
Sumptuous historical horror, with some classic pulpy horror elements. A+ popcorn movie.
Leif Jacobson over 3 years ago
A haunting and beautiful film, in terms of both story and visual storytelling. Excellent.
Josh Boggs over 4 years ago
Ghosts. War. Love. Treachery. Revenge. Bring popcorn. Turn down lights. Enjoy.
Tim Jessup almost 5 years ago
Horror elements seem to be almost redundant. Good film nonetheless.
Austin over 5 years ago
A touching ghost story from Guillermo del Toro.
Charlie Alcock 6 years ago
Didn't scale the heights of Pan's Labyrinth, but I love del Toro so I don't care.
Fabio Vanegas 6 years ago
I like
Justinas Jarukaitis almost 2 years ago
Tinnuel 2 years ago
Kayley Sage 2 years ago
Justin Wagner over 2 years ago
Davide MrBlonde over 2 years ago
Jonathan Evans over 2 years ago
Steven Jv almost 3 years ago
Nicole McKeon 3 years ago
Nazampal Kaur Jaswal over 3 years ago
Jesse Beatson over 3 years ago
cervv over 3 years ago
James almost 4 years ago
Randy Dumont 4 years ago
The Devil's Backbone (Spanish: El espinazo del diablo, literally The Backbone of the Devil) is a 2001 Spanish-Mexican gothic thriller film written by Guillermo del Toro, Antonio Trashorras and David Muñoz, and directed by Guillermo del Toro. It was independently produced by Pedro Almodóvar. The film is set in Spain, 1939 during the Spanish Civil War. During the director's commentary in the DVD, del Toro stated that, along with Hellboy, this was his most personal project. The film was shot in Madrid. A boy named Carlos (Fernando Tielve) arrives at an orphanage, thinking that he will be staying there temporarily, until his father returns from the Spanish Civil War. In the center of its courtyard, there is a bomb which was defused. Carlos then sees a ghost of a boy in the kitchen doorway who disappears shortly after. When he goes in to investigate, he is distracted by two orphans, Galvez and Owl, whom he befriends. He shows them his toys and comics, until Jaime (Íñigo Garcés), an older...
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