Crimson Peak

Crimson Peak

Director: Guillermo del Toro Cast: Charlie Hunnam, Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska


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In this gothic romance set at the turn of the 20th century, a mysterious stranger named Sir Thomas Sharpe (Tom Hiddleston) woos young author Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska) and brings her as his bride to his mansion atop a clay mountain in Cumbria, England. There, Edith meets Sharpe's strange and secretive sister Lucille (Jessica Chastain), and learns that her new home holds many disturbing secrets that will force her to fight for her sanity and her very life. Directed by Guillermo del Toro. ~ Erin Demers

Product Details

Release Date: 10/22/2019
UPC: 0760137288589
Original Release: 2015
Source: Arrow Video
Region Code: A
Time: 1:59:00
Sales rank: 564

Special Features

Audio commentary by co-writer and diretor Guillermo del Toro The House is Alive: Constructing Crimson Peak, a feature-length documentary with cast and crew interviews and extensive behind the scenes footage Spanish language interview with Guillermo del Toro The Gothic Corridor, The Scullery, The Red Clay Mines, The Limbo Fog Set, four featurettes exploring different aspects of Allerdale Hall A Primer on Gothic Romance, the director and stars talk about the key traits of Gothic romance The Light and Dark of Crimson Peak, the cast and crew talk about the film's use of color Hand Tailored Gothic, a featurette on the film's striking costumes A Living Thing, a look at the design, modeling and construction of the Allerdale Hall sets Beware of Crimson Peak, a walking tour around Allerdale Hall with Tom Hiddleston Crimson Phantoms, a featurette on the film's amazing ghosts Kim Newman on Crimson Peak and the Tradition of Gothic Romance, an interview with the author and critic Violence and Beauty in Guillermo del Toro's Gothic Fairy Tale Films, a video essay by the writer Kat Ellinger Deleted scenes Image gallery Original trailers and TV spots

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Charlie Hunnam Dr. Alan McMichael
Jessica Chastain Lucille Sharpe
Mia Wasikowska Edith Cushing
Tom Hiddleston Thomas Sharpe
Jim Beaver Carter Cushing
Burn Gorman Holly
Leslie Hope Mrs. McMichael
Doug Jones Edith's Mother, Lady Sharpe
Jonathan Hyde Ogilvie
Bruce Gray Ferguson
Emily Coutts Eunice
Alec Stockwell Finlay
Brigitte Robinson Secretary Jane
Gillian Ferrier Society Girl #1
Tamara Hope Society Girl #2
Kimberly-Sue Murray Society Girl #3
Sofia Wells Young Edith
Joanna Douglas Maid Annie
Bill Lake Coroner
Jim Watson Shipping Agent
Javier Botet Enola/Margaret/Pamela
Peter Spence Manager
Danny Waugh Club Attendant
Sean Hewitt Reverend
William K. Healy Young Alan
Matia Jackett Young Eunice
Karen Glave Maid #1
Khadijah Roberts-Abdullah Maid #2
John Carter Craig Patient
Martin Julien Postal Clerk
Brian Kaulback Vendor #1
Richard Kerr Vendor #2
Shane McPherson Vendor #3
Tim Blake Reverend
Thomas Dorey Architect

Technical Credits
Guillermo del Toro Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Peter Afterman Musical Direction/Supervision
Jeff Authors Asst. Director
Xavi Bastida Makeup Special Effects
Rob Bertola Sound Editor
Graham Chivers Makeup Special Effects
Gilles Corbeil Camera Operator
Lucinda Coxon Screenwriter
Jason Detheridge Makeup Special Effects
Nacho Diaz Makeup Special Effects
Angelina Faulkner Sound Editor
Glen Gauthier Sound Mixer
Brandt Gordon Art Director
Erik Gosselin Makeup Special Effects
Callum Greene Producer
Kate Hawley Costumes/Costume Designer
Jon Jashni Producer
Stefany Koutroumpis Set Decoration/Design
Dan Laustsen Cinematographer
Michael Madden Set Decoration/Design
David Marti Makeup Special Effects
Matt Middleton Set Decoration/Design
Matthew Robbins Screenwriter
Thomas Sanders Production Designer
Jillian Share Executive Producer
Thomas Tull Producer
Fernando Velázquez Score Composer
Bernat Vilaplana Editor
Evan Webber Set Decoration/Design
Amy Wright Choreography
Margaret Yen Musical Direction/Supervision

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Crimson Peak 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
KimHeniadis More than 1 year ago
What kind of monster kills a dog and burns someone’s manuscript?!? That is just wrong. I don’t watch or read a lot of gothic horror, and I’m not really sure why, since I often find myself enjoying them. From the previews I was hesitant because it looked like Edith (Mia Wasikowska) was just running around the ancient mansion trying to escape creepy ghosts, but there was so much more to this movie. We don’t even get to the mansion until almost halfway through. Edith is an aspiring writer who believes she will get published because her father has raised as a strong woman who believes in herself. But she is still young, so she is easily swept away when a stranger, Sir Thomas Sharpe (Tom Hiddleston) comes to America looking to have his invention financed. The scenery, architecture and costumes throughout the film are gorgeous. The details are exquisite, and when we are finally inside the decrepit mansion, the layering of decay over extravagance is done perfectly. Spoilers Ahead…. You know pretty much from the start that Thomas and his sister, Lucille (Jessica Chastain), are not good people. But the build up as to exactly how and why, is very well done. Also, since this is a gothic story there are going to be family secrets. When Lucille and Edith were talking about if the marriage had been consummated, I knew there was going to be incest. When we are finally shown, it is done in a very sensual and tasteful way. The fact that Edith sees it with her own two eyes and still doesn’t believe it, continues to show her naivete. The exploration of half-truths, lies and nothing being what it seems is played over and over again in perfect harmony. Just when one of the characters thinks something, there is a slight change in perspective that shifts everything, leaving the actor and audience slightly off balance. This is a very well done gothic horror/romance, and if you enjoyed The Haunting (1999 or 1963), or the TV show, Penny Dreadful, I think you’ll find this one to your liking as well.