Read Guillermo del Toro’s “At the Mountains of Madness” screenplay

Two fans just sent me Guillermo del Toro’s “At the Mountains of Madness” screenplay!  Download it here, in PDF format: Guillermo del Toro’s “Mountains of Madness” screenplay.

Happy reading!

3 responses to “Read Guillermo del Toro’s “At the Mountains of Madness” screenplay

  1. Oh geez… Toro just did a remake of The Thing, which is a dumbed-down version of The Mountains of Maddness. The Lovecraft story is haunting because it leaves so many things unanswered; and the Evil is offscreen, waiting, not even visible at the end.


  2. That was… interesting. I don’t know if it was At The Mountains of Madness, but it was entertaining. It seemed to take quite a few cues from The Thing, which I can’t complain about, because I love The Thing, and the time compression thing was novel.


  3. Hey Mike,

    I just did a page-by-page comparison between the pdf file of the script you are hosting and the one I had hosted three years ago, and other than yours including the blank page at the end, they are the same.

    And this script has the reputation of being an early draft, rather than being the final document that Guillermo Del Toro has being trying to turn into an actual film.

    I should also mention that regardless of how old or early this script is, I received an “official” message on 02-Sep-2010 informing me of the need to remove the pdf file I was hosting of the “At the Mountains of Madness” script file immediately to avoid a DMCA notice for linking to copyrighted material; and I did remove it that day from my blog.

    As long as it is available again, I highly recommend reading the review of this script over at The Temple of Ghoul blog at:

    But I am still hopeful, and waiting, for the Guillermo Del Toro film; no matter what script he works from…

    Will Hart aka CthulhuWho1


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