One of my favorite films of any genre is 2007’s Guillermo del Toro-produced horror movie The Orphanage, which marries chills with heart in a manner too rarely seen. Del Toro is also producing the forthcoming Julia’s Eyes, a film that seems cut from a similarly well-crafted cloth and a subtitled trailer for which just appeared online. You can see the clips for Julia’s Eyes and The Orphanage – and for another new, Del Toro-produced horror flick, Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark – after the jump.
Incidentally, if you like del Toro and you like trailers, then you’ll love the fact that the Mexican auteur recently joined the ranks of “gurus” featured on the Joe Dante-curated Trailers from Hell website. Those interested in the director’s horror roots would be well-advised to check out his recollections of sporting a fake mustache so he could get in to see Gary Sherman’s 1981 shocker Dead & Buried.
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