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Crimson Peak [Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD]

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Feb. 9 2016
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B016HHR8G8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,761 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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When her heart is stolen by a seductive stranger, a young woman is swept away to a house atop a mountain of blood-red clay— a place filled with secrets that will haunt her forever. Between desire and darkness, between mystery and madness, lies the truth behind Crimson Peak. From the imagination of director Guillermo del Toro (Pan's Labyrinth) comes a gothic romance masterpiece starring Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska and Charlie Hunnam.

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The film by Mexican director Guillermo del Toro, who directed Pan`s Labyrinth, has great visual and the setting is excellent. It didn`t receive a rave review from film critics but I enjoyed it immensely. And it helps a bit if you believe in real ghosts.
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My god, I was totally swept up by this one in IMAX. It instantly transported me into it's late-Romantic era Gothic-tinged world. A world that has been so meticulously crafted by all involved. The atmosphere was perfect. Each shot & frame, the overall pacing, so much thought and care .. a real audio/visual feast. The narrative, the characters and all of the complexities and intricacies are wonderful. Just a beautiful little dark tale, a tour-de-force of visual story-telling. All of the performers are right on the mark, especially the 3 main leads, but also the supporting roles. I want to see it again. This high quality Blu ray is a no brainer pre-order for me, but the film should be experienced in the theater for the full impact, preferably in IMAX if you can. This film, along with Mad Max: Fury Road are 2 of the best movies I've seen this year thus far.
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Crimson Peak is a good movie with good performances from the three main leads. It is, however, predicably plotted. It is more of a Gothic romance than a Gothic horror film. As such, I feel Crimson Peak is what Jane Eyre may have been like if Emily Brontë had written it.
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“Crimson Peak” is a beautiful, melancholy, grotesque dream/nightmare; it's a true hybrid (definitely classic gothic romance, but with a potent dose of horror and fairy tale) - the Brontes and Hitchcock, and much much more, all filtered through a wonderfully crazy mexican genius. I do feel del Toro has created a new breed of beast out of the old, comprised of many different parts, a kind of Frankenstein monster, but gorgeous and feminine, tragic and beautiful, unique and multi-layered. The acting by Wasikowska, Hiddelston and Chastain is absolutely first rate - it's melodrama, as in classic Hollywood, but not maudlin or cartoonish, the actors still manage to be naturalistic and not come off artificial; they’re both dramatic and subtle (beautiful work) - I found Mia Wasikowska particularly moving in the scene that takes place with Edith in the morgue. The characters, representing the polarities of love/fear, past/future, transformation and decay, and the tension between, are archetypes, but, at the same time, they’re complex individuals and profoundly human – they must choose their own destiny.

What I feel is often missing these days, with all the formula, box-checking approach to movies, is real individuality - Crimson Peak is the full expression of a creative artist, it's not following trends or determined by committees; it's one person bringing multiple talents together to express a vision. This film is visually fantastic, romantic and hallucinatory, tragic and outrageous - it creates its own "logic" within a waking-dream reality.

A film like this, that blends genres, can bring out many different responses - it's not clearly, obviously, one thing, meeting one set of expectations, but if one approaches it with an open mind, engaging the imagination, it will resonate deeply long after viewing.
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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on Nov. 6 2015
Format: DVD
Like every genre, gothic stories have their tropes -- ghosts, eerie moors, girls in fluttering white nightgowns, handsome brooding men, spooky old mansions, sexual perversions and old secrets hidden from sight.

And Guillermo del Toro loves them. Every single one. Every trope. Otherwise, "Crimson Peak" wouldn't be the love letter to gothic fiction that it is -- a sensual, ripe, rich-looking movie that mingles gothic romance with a sense of creeping horror... and, you know, a few howling ghosts. With a dream cast of Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain and Mia Wasikowski, del Toro sculpts a beautifully grotesque piece of art that drapes its skeletons in black lace and silk.

As a child, Edith Cushing (Wasikowska) was visited by the ghost of her mother, who warned her "Beware of Crimson Peak." Vague, but chilling. Fourteen years later, Edith is an aspiring author who wants to write stories about ghosts instead of girly romances, which brings her in contact with the impoverished baronet Sir Thomas Sharpe (Hiddleston) and his weird, icy sister Lucille (Chastain). Sharpe is hoping that Edith's father will invest in a clay-mining invention that he's developing, but Mr. Cushing (Jim Beaver) is not impressed.

He's even less impressed when he finds that Edith is falling in love with Thomas, due to his elegance and advice on her writing. He tries to bribe the siblings into leaving Boston for good. Then he's murdered by a mysterious figure, although the authorities believe that it was an accident.

A grieving Edith quickly marries Sir Thomas, and he whisks her away to his remote ancestral estate in England, a vast, rotting mansion that is slowly sinking into the red clay mine underneath it.
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Format: DVD
Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska) loses her mother as a child. She has a haunting image and is told to beware of Crimson Peak. Years later she is swept off of her feet by Sir Thomas Sharpe (Tom Hiddleston). Her father doesn't approve of Thomas or his sister (Jessica Chastain). They leave for England and his falling apart manor, which is called...wait for it....Crimson Peak! It has "secrets everywhere" and a plot with tired twists that will give you a strong feeling of Deja Vu.

Chastain did a wicked job as Lucille, and wicked in a good way. Hiddleston was underwhelming and the weak link in the film. It is billed as a Gothic Romantic Horror. I thought the romance was forced and not well constructed. I imagine if you have an old run down place, it qualifies as "Gothic." The horror felt forced also. The cinematography and costume was done well, in spite of the fact of opening the film in Buffalo. It gets points for style, and spends more effect of style than substance utilizing twists that are far too common. Who didn't have Lucille pegged the first time we saw her? 3 1/2 stars

Guide: F-bomb. Sex. male butt nudity. Warning IMDB parents guide contains plot spoilers that are not hidden.
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