Guillermo del Toro's Cabinet of Curiosities (2022), Ben Barnes, Netflix

GUILLERMO DEL TORO’S CABINET OF CURIOSITIES (2022): New Trailer Starring Ben Barnes, Sofia Boutella, Geena Davis, Andrew Lincoln, Rupert Grint…

Celebrated horror writer/director Guillermo del Toro has a new offering for us; an anthology of sinister stories. Stories told by some of today’s most revered horror creators, including the directors of The Babadook, Splice, Mandy, and many more.

Drama/horror/mystery, Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities stars, to name just a few, Ben Barnes, Sofia Boutella, Geena Davis, Andrew Lincoln and Rupert Grint.

The fact that I liked quite a few things about Crimson Peak (2015), the last Guillermo del Toro film I saw is the reason I’m most interested in Cabinet of Curiosities. I’m equally curious about the very promising visual effects.

However, the main reason my viewing of Cabinet of Curiosities is likely to start and end with this trailer is due to the fact that horror is not one of my go-to genres. You know, since I enjoy a restful night of sleep. The other reason is I’m not interested in being fully grossed out, which, based on the visuals above, is a more than likely event.

How curious are you about Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities? Perhaps nightmares are fun for you, yes?

Ismael Cruz Cordova, Ish Morris, DJ Qualls, Tim Blake Nelson, Ben Barnes, Nia Vardalos, F. Murray Abraham, Lize Johnston, Kevin Keppy, Martin Starr, Kevin Keppy, Lize Johnston and Megan Many also star.

Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities Release Dates: October 25th, 2022 (US & UK)…

Happy Film Loving,


10 thoughts on “GUILLERMO DEL TORO’S CABINET OF CURIOSITIES (2022): New Trailer Starring Ben Barnes, Sofia Boutella, Geena Davis, Andrew Lincoln, Rupert Grint…”

  1. Let’s just look away when things get repulsive. And focus in when they’re purely stunning. Gross can be impressive but I hear you.

  2. As a teenager I loved horror. Older I got I slowly moved away from it, so now I really have to be in the mood. I guess too much horror in the real world.
    That being said I love Del Toro since he came to Hollywood, so I’ll check it out for sure. Selection of actors also looks promising and his visual ideas are always ever so slightly and interestingly different.

    1. That makes a lot of sense, Uri, sometimes when you notice how much horror there is in the world you get less interested in watching it for entertainment.

      I hope you’re not too grossed out when you watch The Cabinet. 😁 And yes, once you’ve watched a lot of movies, you become eager for something that surprises you. Glad that del Toro does that.

  3. I am curious about this one. May check it out – this is the first time I have seen the trailer. Love his work. Glad to hear you found a lot to like about Crimson Peak. Couldn’t convince my wife to go see it at the theatre (not a horror fan), but she was willing to watch it on streaming and admitted it had a few things good about it as well.

    1. I like a story of people finding themselves pleasantly surprised after first having doubts. Some films we’re unsure about need to be streamed. That way, compared to a cinema, it’s far less of a kerfuffle to just hit stop and quit watching. 🤓

      Lastly, based on this trailer, it rather feels as though Crimson Peak was as scary as Disney’s Cinderella cartoon. 😁

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