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Re: Beware of Crimson Peak!

Finally got to see Crimson Peak (thank you, Amazon Instant Video!) and thought it was a great flick. For some reason, the film has been marketed as a horror movie when I would classify it as more of a Gothic romance or possibly a period thriller. 384 more words

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Crimson Peak

Movie genres evolve over time but maintain their key elements to keep them in their respective categories.  When it comes to horror movies, they have evolved, but these days seem to be stuck in a rut of two main categories: the “based on true events” category and the “whatever it takes to shock and disturb”.   863 more words

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Rewind Review: The Kids are All Right

Introduction

As those who know me, and if such a person exists, cyberstalk me, know I created this blog after writing on another site, which shall remain nameless, for a while. 790 more words

Review

'Crimson Peak' Releases on Digital HD Today!

FROM THE VISIONARY DIRECTOR GUILLERMO DEL TORO

COMES THE STUNNING GOTHIC HORROR STARRING
TOM HIDDLESTON JESSICA CHASTAIN, MIA WASIKOWSKA, AND CHARLIE HUNNAM

AVAILABLE ON DIGITAL HD JANUARY 26, 2016… 598 more words

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Mini-Review Monday: Crimson Peak

Release: October 16, 2015

Story: In 1887, young American Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska) falls for the mysterious Sir Thomas Sharpe (Tom Hiddleston), a English businessman who is in the United States looking for investors for his clay-mining invention. 374 more words

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Where 'Crimson Peak' Went Wrong

If you’re like me, when you purchase a ticket for a self proclaimed “ghost story” directed by Guillermo del Toro (in mid to late October), you rightly assume you’re in store for a quality horror film. 1,010 more words

Reviews

Map to the Stars

This Catch Up is written by Telaina Eriksen

Year of Release: 2015

Rating: R (for sexual content, nudity, and general fucked-upness)

Currently Streaming on Netflix? No… 765 more words