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Into my inbox last week flew the first picture for Pedro Almodóvar's latest film, The Skin I Live In. I'm a big fan of Spanish cinema and don't always write about it on here as much as I would like, but that's going to change from now. So, instead of adding this image to the pile of endless emails about new pictures and what-not, here it is. 

After the beautiful (but underwhelming) Broken Embraces, The Skin I Live In is another movie that sees Almodóvar team up with some of his former stars. This time round, instead of Penelope Cruz, we get Antonio Banderas (from Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown), along with Marisa Paredes and Elena Anaya (both seen in Talk to Her).

Almodóvar's The Skin I Live In tells the story of Dr Robert Ledgard, a plastic surgeon whose wife is burned in a car crash. He does what any rational man would: attempts to create a skin that could have protected and saved her. Un poco extraño, no?

Cue lots of dubious morals, careful research and help from his old nurse Marilia. And a hunt for a human guinea pig. Based on Thierry Jonquet's novel Tarantula, La Piel Que Habito is being described by Pedro as "a horror story without screams". In other words, expect a slightly different direction for the renowned director, something less like Women on the Verge and more akin to the already-disturbing Talk to Her.

I can't wait for this. It's out in the UK on Friday 26th August. Read on for an embiggened version of the image.

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There aren't many things that get me as excited as the word "próximamente" at the end of trailer, but the words "horror", "Belén Rueda", and "Guillermo Del Toro" just about do it.

Julia's Eyes is about a woman who has a sister who died in mysterious circumstances as well as a degenerative sight condition. So of course, as soon as she starts investigating the paranormal darkness surrounding her house, someone turns out the lights. Bet she didn't see that one coming. Ho ho ho.

Guillem Morales' second feature film looks very promising judging by the actors involved. There's Belén Rueda as Julia, who's more than capable of bringing the emotions, and also the excellent Lluís Homar, who was decent in both Broken Embraces and Fermat's Room.

Then there's the obvious fact that Julia's Eyes follows (sort of) in the footsteps of the brilliant 2004 horror The Orphanage. Not because the poster says so, but because it was also produced by Del Toro and helmed by a relative newcomer. Plus both films share the talented Rueda as the female lead.

The other major thing the two have in common? They both have rather scary trailers.

Julia's Eyes (Los Ojos de Julia) is released on Friday 20th May. Read on for the full trailer, or head this way to see more Julia's Eyes videos in the coming weeks.

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