Crimson Peak 2015
This movie is a gothic romance-horror movie under the direction of Guillermo del Toro. The story was written by Matthew Robbins and del Toro himself. The movie lead stars are Mia Wasikowska, Jim Beaver Tom Hiddleston, Charlie Hunnam, and Jessica Chastain. It is produced by Legendary Pictures and it is distributed through Universal Pictures. The film was seen in theatres last October 16, 2015.
Crimson Peak is a film that was set in the 19th century, initially in New York, after that in rural areas of England. Mia Wasikowska played as Edith Cushing is a young budding author who is beautiful, intelligent, seductive and has a strong willed, declining to permit Victorian feelings dictates what she may and may not do, since she prefers penning ghost tales and as an outcome, butts heads with the people around her. She is the younger daughter of Carter Cushing, the wealthy English businessman. She was visited by her mother’s disfigured black ghost and warns her to become beware of the Crimson Peak.
She met Tom Hiddleston played as Thomas Sharpe, an inventor and aristocrat who resides in New York searching for financial backing and investors for his business of mechanized clay mining inventions. Carter Cushing disregard privileged and was unimpressed with Sharpe’s samples. Thomas has previous failures to have a capital. Edith notices Sir Thomas and Lucille, his sister, wear costly, but somewhat-worn and outdated fashions. Shortly after that, Edith once more visited by her mother’s black spirit, saying of the same warning.
When a disaster took place, Thomas ties the knot with Edith and takes her to his remote gothic home, in Cumberland, Allerdale Hall of the English hills, where his alluring sibling Jessica Chastain played as Lucille Sharpe is waiting. Lucille is the family’s protector of their dark secrets, that is able to talk to dead people. As Edith attempts to fit into her present surroundings, and works out on the mystery following the ghostly apparitions that haunt her new home, she came near to the truth, and finds out the secrets abound, Edith learn that the real monsters were really having a blood and a flesh of its own and it is nothing as it seems.
Despite its narrative troubles, ‘Crimson Peak‘ is a majestic visual experience that needed to be seen. Once more, Del Toro’s directing has not weakened, and he came up with a novel concept that we haven’t seen before in a long period of time. You will not totally fall in love with this movie, but still you will say that it is worth watching for.