Belén Rueda

A horrific tale of ghosts in a spooky house, it is just the sort of movie you would expect to interest Sr. del Toro.


The Orphanage doesn’t just ascend, it soars. One can only hope that Guillermo Del Toro has started a yearly tradition of a gothic horror film from Spain being released in the U.S.


The filmmakers seem to be trying to leave it up to us whether the film is meant to be taken symbolically or not, but if we were to take it that way it wouldn’t make any sense.

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published: 11.21.2014
published: 11.21.2014
published: 11.19.2014
published: 11.19.2014
B-, C

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