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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 follow. Of course, Rodriguez has shelled out more than his share of questionable productions, recently, but so far del Toro hasn’t been involved with anything truly ugly or ridiculous. Pan’s Labyrinth is no exception.