Ahoy, squirts! Quint here with today’s Behind the Scenes Pic!
Holy shit, I’m late! What’s wrong with me?!? I’d like to blame the recent server crash, but that’s only part of it. I’m in the midst of some filmmaking shenanigans that has kept me a tiny bit distracted (and more importantly, away from the computer for great lengths of the day), but I will make sure to catch up tonight and keep on ‘em through the next crazy week.
Pan’s Labyrinth is one of those theatrical experiences that fills me with hope enough to sit through a hundred Prince of Persias and Hall Passes. Of course seeing a Guillermo del Toro movie isn’t exactly as much of a gamble as a Peter and Bobby Farrelly movie, but you catch my drift.
del Toro's movie works on a creative level, an artistic level and, perhaps most importantly, as a piece of great entertainment. A year later I saw another film that blew my socks off in the theater, Children of Men, and it felt like the ol’ shitty-movie tolerance battery was filled up to full between those two flicks.
So, here’s the first of two pics I owe, featuring young Ivan Baquero and the not-as-young GDT holding a plate of eyeballs!
Thanks again to Pat Barnett for digging this one up! Click to embiggen! Enjoy!
The next Behind the Scenes Pic will be posted very soon and will be as fun as going to the Toshi Station to pick up some power converters!