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The Shape of Water – first look review

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Sally Hawkins finds a scaly suitor in Guillermo del Toro’s strange, sentimental snow globe fairy tale.

Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water gets a wondrous first trailer

By Little White Lies

Take a fishy first look at the director’s upcoming Cold War-era fairy tale.

A gallery of directors who would be perfect for Hellboy

By Amy Bowker

News of a forthcoming reboot has got us thinking of who should take the reins of the saga.

The astonishing true story of Hollywood and World War Two

By Adam Woodward

Five Came Back reveals how a handful of famous directors went to war and came back changed.

The 100 best films of the 1990s: 75-51

By Little White Lies

Paul Thomas Anderson, Quentin Tarantino and Pedro Almodóvar make the cut in this part of our ’90s ranking.

A new series tells the story of the greatest horror movies never made

By John Wadsworth

Doomed projects like David Cronenberg’s Frankenstein are discussed in Untold Horror.

The 20 best FrightFest films ever – part 2

By Anton Bitel

Find out what’s top of the pile in our gore-drenched salute to the horror cinema bonanza.

Guillermo del Toro dives into The Shape of Water

By Poppy Doran

The Crimson Peak director has teamed up with Sally Hawkins and Michael Shannon for a Cold War-set fantasy romance.

Meet the young female directors leading Mexico’s cinema revolution

By Matt Turner

Documentary filmmakers Betzabé García and Tatiana Huezo are giving a voice to victims of violent abuse.

Why Pacific Rim is the greatest blockbuster of the 21st century

By David Jenkins

Guillermo del Toro choreographs a ballet with giants and offers one of cinema’s most beautiful definitions of love.

Dreaming Big – The greatest blockbusters of the 21st century

By Little White Lies

Twelve writers pin their colours to the tentpole in our survey of the best summer movies of the modern era.

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