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An intimate look into one of the most imaginative minds of this century, Guillermo del Toro's Cabinet of Curiosities reproduces the notes, the drawings, the untold creatures, and ideas of things to come that fill del Toro's fabled illustrated notebooks
At the Mountains of Madness (as yet unmade)
The Count of Monte Cristo
The Devil’s Backbone
Don’t be Afraid of the Dark
Pacific Rim--This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
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Guillermo del Toro, for me, will always be the Greatmaster of Fantasy and Horror Films. I love this book so much because it truly describes just how super wild, jaw-dropping and... Read morePublished 4 days ago by susi079
The Limited Edition is absolutely worth it! All the props are amazing. Be advised though, the Cronos' scarab does pops open so you can keep things in it but don't expect it's legs... Read morePublished 10 days ago by GPieck
Gave as gift and the recipient really liked the book. She is a big Del Toro fan and the book hit the spot with her.Published 18 days ago by G. Casper
Excellent Insight into the Mind of a really creative Soul.Published 21 days ago by Michael B. O'Malley
Great way to look at how the mind of a film maker works and how the creative juice is first set on paper before it hits the big screen...Published 1 month ago by Michael Engel
Amazing! Hands down the must buy for any Guillermo Del Toro fans, for any movie lovers, for anyone that appreciates art. Enjoy this books. It's a work of art.Published 2 months ago by Aaron Cabrero Jr
This book is horrible. Del Toro isn't much of an artist. His quirkiness is interesting and his imagination is bonkers, but the book didn't give us enough of his sketches and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Matt Jones