Crimson Peak DVD
Cast: Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, Tom Hiddleston, Charlie Hunnam
Director: Guillermo del Toro
Genre: Thriller, Horror
Running Time: 119 minutes
Ghosts are real. This I know for sure. The sentiment of these chilling words echo from the opening frames to the closing credits in this uniquely haunting, gothic romance. From the BAFTA Award winning director that brought us the visually tantalizing Hellboy franchise and the viscerally beautiful Pans Labrynth, comes another masterfully directed ghost story, told through the eyes of Guillermo del Toro. Enter the mysterious home, placed atop a snowy white-capped mountain in the outskirts of an isolated English village. But beware; there is a presence within the house with chilling secrets to tell. Spooky and spine-tingling, Crimson Peak is yours to own on Blu-ray™ with Ultraviolet™, DVD & Digital from February 25, 2016.
Aspiring author and heiress, Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska; Jane Eyre, Alice in Wonderland) lives with her father, Carter Cushing (Jim Beaver; Supernatural, Adaptation) in an opulent but lonesome mansion. Her heart is unexpectedly stolen away by seductive stranger Thomas Sharpe (Tom Hiddleston; Thor, The Avengers) and everything in Edith's world becomes shadowed in gloom and intrigue. The two wed and Thomas wrenches his bride away from her hometown in America to live with him and his older sister Lucille (Jessica Chastain; The Martian, Zero Dark Thirty) in their family home, an eerie estate plotted on a land that oozes blood red-clay; a place filled with secrets that will haunt Edith forever. Between desire and darkness, mystery and madness, lies the truth behind Crimson Peak.
A tale of the afterlife with a romantic twist you won't see coming, don't Crimson Peak, yours to own on Blu-ray™ with UltraViolet™, DVD & Digital from February 25, 2016.
DVD Special Features:
Blu-ray Special Features:
I remember Crimson Peak
A primer on gothic romance
Hand tailored gothic
The light and dark of Crimson Peak
A living thing
Beware of crimson peak
Feature commentary with Co-Writer / Director Guillermo del Toro