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Note: Green Man Review, after the last overhaul of its web site, brought down a large number of reviews. Where the review still exists on their site, it is linked here, where it doesn’t, it reverts to author control, per the terms at that time, and is reproduced on site here.

Pan’s Labyrinth (El Laberinto del Fauno)

Appearing in MYTHOLOG Pan’s Labyrinth is the latest from Mexican writer-director Guillermo del Toro (Cronos, Mimic, Blade II, Hellboy), and his second major film set in Franco’s Spain (the decidedly creepy El Espinazo del diablo – “The Devil’s Backbone” – rent it, if you haven’t). Like Robert Rodriguez (El Mariachi and its sequels), you just know this writer is one to …

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Darkness Falls (Columbia, 2003)

In The Green Man Review  Hush little baby, don’t say a word And never mind that noise you heard It’s just the beast under your bed, In your closet, in your head — Metallica

Neil Gaiman, Two Plays For Voices [audio] (Harper Audio, 2002)

In The Green Man Review with Excellence in Writing Award (EIWA). It’s by Neil Gaiman. it was originally produced by the Sci-Fi Channel and presented by Seeing Ear Theatre and Brian Smith; and it’s on a pair of CDs from Harper Audio. You know going in, it’s got to be good.

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