Seen at the Movies: Director Guillermo Del Toro injects a fair amount of personal style into the comic-book superhero genre in Hellboy. This is recognizably the work of the filmmaker who came up with the dank, art-house movie terrors of Cronos and The Devil’s Backbone, as well as the nasty B-level monsters in Mimic and Blade II. Hellboy finds the director on a bit of an elevated plane, budget-wise, and eventually he’s defeated by the conventions and mechanics of this type of movie, but he ...

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