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Netflix Teases ‘Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities’

The curated horror anthology from the acclaimed filmmaker debuts later this month with 2 themed episodes streaming daily for 4 nights; brand new motion art and debut dates tease fans, heightening anticipation for the series that’s coming soon, but not soon enough!

Netflix has shared key motion art and the debut release dates of Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities, a curated collection of eight genre-defining stories created and hosted by the Academy Award-winning filmmaker. Streaming begins October 25, 2022, with two episodes debuting daily through Friday, October 28, when the entire collection of eight stories will be available.

“The series challenges traditional notions of horror, with tales that range from magical and gothic to grotesque and classically creepy… both sophisticated and sinister.”

Here are the dates of nightly themed episodes:

  • October 25 - Night One: “Scavengers” featuring episodes “Lot 36” and “Graveyard Rats”
  • October 26 - Night Two: “Loners” featuring episodes “The Autopsy” and “The Outside”
  • October 27 - Night Three: “Lovecraft” featuring episodes “Pickman’s Model” and “Dreams in the Witch House”
  • October 28 - Night Four: “Visitations” featuring episodes “The Viewing” and “The Murmuring”

Check out “Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ Trailer is Just as Creepy as You Hoped” for background on the episodes.

The anthology series is created and executive produced by del Toro; executive produced by Academy Award winner J. Miles Dale (The Shape of Water; Sex/Life), who also serves as co-showrunner; and executive produced by Gary Unger. del Toro also hosts.

The visual effects are produced by Folks VFX, with VFX supervisor Zena Bielewicz; Herne Hill Media, with VFX supervisors Dennis Berardi and Mark O. Hammond; and MARZ, with VFX supervisor Cristian Camaroschi.

The production VFX supervisor is Eric Robinson.

Source: Netflix

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