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Cronos
Artist: Luppi, Federico
UPC: 00715515048712
Studio: Criterion
Genre: Horror
Screen: Wide screen
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Product Type: Blu-Ray
Released: December 2010
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Annotation: After an antique dealer finds a 400-year-old device that makes the user younger and promises eternal life, he discovers that its powers come with a heavy price.
Additional Information
Rating: R
Runtime: 92 mins
Weight: 0.30 lbs
Info: Widescreen, Soundtrack English
Detailed Product Description: Video
In Print Date : 2010-12-07
Run Time : 5520
Recording Mode : (unknown)
Noise Reduction : (unknown)
Digital Process : (unknown)
Feature : Color
In Print Date : 2010-12-07
Rating : R (MPAA)
Extra Info : Criterion Collection
Category : Horror/Suspense, Science-Fiction, Vampires, Recommended, Surreal, Theatrical Release
Original Release Year : 1994
Released By : Criterion Collection
Area : USA
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Contributor
Star:Ron Perlman Actor, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST series, HELLBOY
Star:Claudio Brook Star, MANSION OF MADNESS (1973)
Star:Tamara Shanath
Star:Federico Luppi Actor/"Time For Revenge"
Star:Margarita Isabel Actress/"Danzon"
Director:Guillermo Del Toro Director, PAN'S LABYRINTH, HELLBOY, CRONOS
Synopsis: Vampires and villains hold sway in this Cannes Festival Critics' Week Winner which tells the tale of the "Cronos Device," a 14th-century golden scarab that holds the key to eternal life. Nightmarish and surreal, this stylish film still manages to get across a healthy dose of humor as its characters battle for control of the insidious device. From the acclaimed director of THE DEVIL'S BACKBONE (2001) and MIMIC (1997) Guillermo del Toro.
Release Note: Blu-ray Disc Features: Note: New, restored high-definition digital transfer, supervised and approved by director Guillermo Del Toro and cinematographer guillermo navarro, with dts-hd master audio soundtrack Two audio commentaries, one featuring Del Toro, the other producers Arthur H. Gorson and Bertha Navarro and coproducer Alejandro Springall Geometria, an unreleased 1987 short horror film by Del Toro, finished in 2010, with a new video interview with director Welcome to bleak house, a video tour by Del Toro of his home office, featuring his personal collections New video interview with actor Frederico Luppi Stills gallery captioned by Del Toro Trailer New and improved english subtitle translation, approved by the director Plus: a booklet featuring an essay by film critic Maitland McDonagh and excerpts from Del Toro's notes for the film Special Edition Widescreen - 1.78 Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo - Spanish DTS HD Master Audio - Spanish Subtitles - English
Review: -03/24/1994
"...A very stylish and sophisticated Mexican variation on some age-old themes....[Its] stately style elevates it from the ranks..."
Review: -04/22/1994
"...Pleasant and spooky....Luppi gives a poignant and amusing performance....Del Toro not only has fun mixing genres, he knows how to convey his enjoyment and make the result distinctly his own..."
Review: -03/01/2006
4 stars out of 5 -- "It's shadowy and tender, but shot through with biting wit."
Review: -04/01/2006
"Guillermo del Toro struck a fresh slant on the vampire genre with this stately blend of magic realism, melodrama and Cronenbergian body horror."
Review: -12/08/2010
"[T]his is more gothic romance than horror, as del Toro's commitment to the wondrously grotesque transforms stock elements into something richer and more profound." -- Grade: A-