The horror scene these days hasn’t exactly been booming with hits, but one thing’s for sure; Guillermo del Toro sure does know how to scare the shit out of someone, if not from the director’s chair then from the producer’s. His own films The Devil’s Backbone and Pan’s Labyrinth will unsettle you in ways no American horror will, and The Orphanage, which he produced, leaves not one human fear unexplored. He’s a master, and that he’s the creative force behind Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark should have all you horror fiends chomping at the bit for this one to hit theaters.

Directed by del Toro protege Troy Nixey, Dark looks every bit as terrifying as other del Toro pieces. Creaky old house? Check. Tiny little creatures? Check. Little kids getting abducted by god knows what? Check. Dark screams del Toro and already looks to be a glorious inaugural feature outing for Nixey.

The trailer, which proves that Myspace still may have some use after all, doesn’t give much away but with certainly chill you to the bone if you’re not careful. The film stars Guy Pearce as the father of a girl who discovers creatures in his new home, with Katie Holmes as the father's girlfriend.



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