Cabinet of Curiosities review:
Guillermo del Toro fan gets Halloween gift
The eight part anthology is full of delectably nasty tales brimming with some of the most exciting voices in horror.
Del Toro has written two of the episodes but “curated” them all.
He assembled eight directors to create self-contained nightmares.
He appears at the start of each, not unlike Rod Serling in The Twilight Zone.
Throughout the series the tone shifts, but it always keeps one foot in Del Toro’s filmography.
Source: The Guardian