Guillermo Del Toro Collection DVD Boxset + Booklet - (Pans Labyrinth, Cronos and The Devils Backbone) £12.09 (with code) + Free Delivery/Quidco @ LoveFilm - HotUKDeals
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Mexican director Guillermo Del Toro is recognised as one of the worlds most visually creative filmmakers balancing a career torn between blockbusters such as HELLBOY and BLADE II with smaller personal projects such as the three films brought together in this collection THE DEVILS BACKBONE PANS LABYRINTH and his debut feature CRONOS.

Pan's Labyrinth:
Pan's Labyrinth is in many ways a companion to The Devil's Backbone, combining magical fantasy with the harsh realities of the Spanish Civil War. Ofelia is a young girl uprooted to a remote military outpost commanded by her new stepfather, a general in Franco's army. Powerless and lonely, Ofelia discovers a neglected labyrinth behind the family home. There she meets Pan, a fantastical creature who challenges her with three tasks which he claims will reveal her true identity.

The Devil's Backbone:
A deliciously dark horror, The Devil's Backbone tells the tale of a remote Spanish orphanage during the final days of the Civil War whose young inhabitants are brutally terrorised by Santi, a decomposing spirit who stalks the building's dark, decaying hallways. But as the film builds to its explosive finale, the children learn the true story of Santi's death. Produced by Pedro Almodovar, the film heralded Del Toro's return to more personal filmmaking.

Del Toro's chilling directorial debut marked him out as a formidable talent. Blackly comic Jesus Gris, an elderly antiques dealer who discovers an ancient mechanical device once belonging to a 16th century alchemist. Shaped like a beetle, the device houses an immortal parasite which offers the ageing antiquarian the chance of eternal life. The cost? An extreme aversion to daylight and an agonising thirst for human blood.

Special Features
Director's commentary on PAN'S LABYRINTH, Director's commentary on DEVIL'S BACKBONE, Behind the scenes of DEVIL'S BACKBONE, DEVIL'S BACKBONE - Storyboards to screen, DEVIL'S BACKBONE - Special effects breakdown, DEVIL'S BACKBONE trailer, Director's commentary on CRONOS, The making of CRONOS, Interview with director and cinematographer, CRONOS stills gallery, CRONOS sketches, CRONOS storyboards, CRONOS trailer.

16 Page Booklet.
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Worth the money for Cronos alone, since as far as I know it's never gotten a previous DVD release, at least I've never found it.

Great deal, voted HOT by me anyways :thumbsup:

Cheers for finding this :-D
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Worth the money for Cronos alone, since as far as I know it's never gotten a previous DVD release, at least I've never found it.

Great deal, voted HOT by me anyways :thumbsup:

Cheers for finding this :-D

If you are after Cronos on its own this is the best with the RAC code/Quidco:thumbsup: But, I still say this set would sit better on the shelf:thumbsup:
Cheers for that mate, much appreciated ;-)

I have All his other films, including the Devils Backbone and Pan's Labyrinth, so I would rather have Cronos on it's own. Will look much better lined up with the others in my collection. Good price on Play for it also, so thanks again :thumbsup:
Looks good - what is the discount code for this?
I bought it on Friday - code was deducted automatically - £11.60 I didn't type in anything other than my credit card details
Good set. Great price.
wtas the code

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