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Crimson Peak

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Directed by Guillermo del Toro, Crimson Peak tells about Edith Cushing, who is running away from a family tragedy. When her heart is stolen by a seductive stranger, she is swept away to a house atop a mountain of blood-red clay. As she comes closer to the truth, Edith may learn that true monsters are made of flesh and blood. Between desire and darkness, between mystery and madness, lies the truth behind Crimson Peak.
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Complex
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February 24, 2017

What [Guillermo] del Toro had in mind when shooting Crimson Peak was probably a stylish gothic period piece in the same acclaimed lane as Pan's Labyrinth. Unfortunately, Crimson Peak fails to work on that level.
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Chicago Sun-Times

October 22, 2015

All the carefully orchestrated color schemes and all the dark corridors and secret chambers and all the flowing red metaphors in the world can't accelerate the slow patches, or make us care about lead characters.
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Chicago Reader
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October 22, 2015

The real wonder is the sumptuous production design by Thomas E. Sanders, whose darkly colorful sets were inspired by Stanley Kubrick's The Shining.
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SFist
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March 23, 2017

Crimson Peak wants to be a lot of things, and it doesn't succeed at all of them. But when it does succeed it is so bewitching that its faults can be excused.
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BuzzFeed News
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November 09, 2015

Crimson Peak is an effort to make a throwback movie with modern effects and modern sex scenes, but it can't contend with the modern gaze with which we're looking at it.
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Film Inquiry
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February 24, 2017

Even though it has visual beauty that makes it required viewing on the big screen, I can't endorse Crimson Peak or claim it is anything more significant than a disappointment.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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October 21, 2015

Del Toro just goes for effect, and the effect he seems to be going for here is something like, "Ew, Guillermo, that's really gross."
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Japan Times
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July 19, 2016

To absorb the extraordinary details, colors, shapes and situations that are rife with layered danger is to witness this director's fierce commitment to his own vision.
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New Yorker
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October 26, 2015

Del Toro builds a tight plot but never develops it; his frames are overdecorated with macabre clutter and smothered in shadow, but the atmosphere of dread never reaches ecstatic excesses.
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Globe and Mail
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October 16, 2015

Guillermo del Toro's latest dive into the darkness is a sumptuous, beautifully constructed tale that feels both archaic and inviting.
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