Crimson Peak

Crimson Peak
Crimson Peak




119 minutes


Drama, Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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Inside a run-down mansion, located on a mountaintop in the North of England in the 19th century, young author Edith Cushing falls in love with the handsome and charming Sir Thomas Sharpe. But once they marry, Edith discovers a more mysterious side to her new husband. Their idyllic home is not all it seems, populated with spooky ghost-like creatures, which Thomas and his sister Lucille are desperate to conceal. Edith must learn to control the forces of darkness and madness that threaten to overwhelm her. This horror film gets a distinctive spin on familiar tropes, thanks to director Guillermo Del Toro, one of the most spellbinding, visually imaginative filmmakers working today.

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15 Classification

Strong violence, horror, sex.

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