At first glance, The Strain almost looks as though it could be a standard disease-outbreak drama about the CDC trying to understand a pandemic. Until it hits you that this is a Guillermo del Toro show about vampires. The cast told us about the moment it hit them what kind of show they're on, and what's next.
Courtesy of Dark Horse Comics, here's an exclusive sneak peek at the trailer for the upcoming comic book version of Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's grotesque vampire apocalypse trilogy The Strain!
The startling conclusion to Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's vampire trilogy is coming out in a few weeks, and we've got your exclusive first look. Find out why Stephen King is calling The Night Eternal "a sublimely satisfying conclusion" to the tale of modern-day vampires.
Guillermo Del Toro, director of Pan's Labyrinth and Hellboy, has finished the second novel in the Strain Trilogy, his action-packed urban vampire series. Co-authored with Chuck Hogan, The Fall hits stores Sept. 21 - and we've got an exclusive excerpt.
September is upon us, bringing new novels from William Gibson, Guillermo del Toro and Cherie Priest. Plus: postmodern time travel, zombie relationship tips, and the ultimate smackdown between vampires and alien invaders!
The Strain began life as a television pitch, but when Guillermo del Toro delivered his idea for a realistic story of vampire pandemic, complete with long, complex character arcs and anal parasites, Fox execs wanted a show that was more Buffy than an undead version of The Wire. When they asked him to turn his idea into…
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We could have had The Wire, with vampires, a Guillermo del Toro show full of craziness, topped off with anal blood worms. But Fox had different plans for GDT's television show — and anyone else notice similarities between Strain and Fringe?
Pan's Labyrinth director Guillermo Del Toro and novelist Chuck Hogan have written The Strain, the first book in a vampire trilogy. And the good news is, their spin on vampires comes with a noticeable creep factor, despite silliness. Spoilers below.