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Crimson Peak (2015)

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In the aftermath of a family tragedy, an aspiring author is torn between love for her childhood friend and the temptation of a mysterious outsider. Trying to escape the ghosts of her past, she is swept away to a house that breathes, bleeds - and remembers.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Edith Cushing
... Lucille Sharpe
... Thomas Sharpe
... Dr. Alan McMichael
... Carter Cushing
... Holly
... Mrs. McMichael
... Edith's Mother / Lady Sharpe
... Ogilvie
... Ferguson
... Eunice
Alec Stockwell ... Finlay
Brigitte Robinson ... Secretary Jane
... Society Girl
... Society Girl
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Edith Cushing's mother died when she was young but watches over her. Brought up in the Victorian Era she strives to be more than just a woman of marriageable age. She becomes enamored with Thomas Sharpe, a mysterious stranger. After a series of meetings and incidents she marries Thomas and comes to live with him and his sister, Lady Lucille Sharpe, far away from everything she has known. The naive girl soon comes to realize not everything is as it appears as ghosts of the past quite literally come out of the woodwork. This movie is more about mystery and suspense than gore. Written by @Avivafae

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Rated R for bloody violence, some sexual content and brief strong language | See all certifications »

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16 October 2015 (USA)  »

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Haunted Peak  »

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$55,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$13,143,310, 16 October 2015, Wide Release

Gross USA:

$31,056,945, 22 November 2015
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1.85 : 1
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Kingston Ontario was used as a shooting location. Market Square and Ontario Street doubled for Buffalo See more »

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When Edith runs to the front door after coughing up blood, she swings the doors open wide and you see no snow accumulation immediately at the doorway. But when she steps out and the camera changes angles, there are literally snow drifts in front of the door. And the snow is again gone when she returns to the hall. See more »

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Edith Cushing: [narrating] Ghosts are real. This much I know. The first time I saw one I was 10 years old. It was my mother's. Black cholera had taken her. So Father ordered a closed casket, asked me not to look. There were to be no parting kisses. No goodbyes. No last words. That is, until the night she came back.
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The first half of the end credits reveals that Edith adapted her experience in the film into a book titled "Crimson Peak". See more »


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Ballade No. 1 in G Minor, Opus 23
Written by Frédéric Chopin
Performed by Fernando Velázquez (as Fernando Velásquez)
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Crimson Peak is one of the most artistic horror movies I've seen in recent times.
18 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

Crimson Peak is one of the most artistic horror movies I've seen in recent times. The movie's aristocratic splendor won my heart and is one of the main highlights of the movie. All the main characters in this movie are rich and you will realize why once the movie culminates in its climax. And then there are the ghosts. Now I have to admit that I have seen "better" ghosts in other horror movies because the ghosts in this movie look out of shape and straight out of a child's horror story book. ( Once again if you watch the movie carefully you might actually be able to infer why the ghosts in this movie look the way they do) BUT I won't deny the fact that the movie has it's spooky moments, some of which are extremely creepy. Moments like these get a horror movie going.

So watch Crimson Peak mainly for the following reasons

(1) The spooky moments-- Not exactly the moments when you see the ghosts but the prologue to those moments are the ones to cherish.

(2) The movie's medieval Gothic architecture and the director's eye for detail that made Crimson Peak look so beautiful-- Yes, this is a ravishingly pretty horror movie. The architecture used in this movie more than makes up for all the ugly ghosts it features. If you are aspiring to be an interior decorator and want a cathedral for a home look no more beyond Crimson Peak.

3) The aristocracy-- Like I mentioned earlier there is no dearth of opulence in this movie. The costumes are amazing and there is this exquisitely glamorous feel to this horror flick.

So have a field day in the movie theater as you watch some wealthy people of the Middle Ages tackle vindictive ghosts against an immensely beautiful backdrop.


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