A few months ago you may have seen Kubrick in Color, a supercut that illustrated the master filmmaker’s distinctive use of color over the course of his career. Now, another supercutter is applying a similar idea to director Guillermo del Toro for Del Toro in Colors.
Del Toro in Colors shows just how colorful del Toro’s films can be, from the Hellboy series and Blade II to the more recent (and explicitly chromatic) Crimson Peak. It’s like a distilled shot of Guillermo del Toro, extra colorful, injected right into your rods and cones, and condensed to only a little over three minutes.
If you think you can handle that much intensity this early in the day, you can watch Del Toro in Colors below. And to see more cool stuff from the guy who put it together, take a look at Quentin Dumas’ other work on Vimeo right here.
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