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Escape the Pale Man in this 8-bit version of ’Pan’s Labyrinth’

How would Guillermo del Toro's dark fantasy film, Pan's Labyrinth, look and play as an old-school video game? The answer: still dark and fantastic. At least, that is, if this animated short in our CineFix series, 8-Bit Cinema, is any indication. Complete the three tasks and escape the pixelated Pale Man in this 8-bit retelling of the film. Subscribe to CineFix for more videos: https://www.
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