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.
Amy Wright - American Supporting Actress
Peter Afterman - Music Supervisor, LARA CROFT: CRADLE OF LIFE
Gilles Corbeil - Cinematographer, JUNGLEGROUND
Matthew Robbins - American Screenwriter/Director
Guillermo Del Toro - Director, PAN'S LABYRINTH, HELLBOY, CRONOS
Guillermo del Toro - Director, PAN'S LABYRINTH, HELLBOY, CRONOS
Margaret Yen - Music supervisor
Lucinda Coxon - Screenwriter, THE HEART OF ME (2003)
Erik Gosselin - Prosthetic Makeup Effects
Fernando Velazquez - Composer, THE ORPHANAGE
Jeffrey A. Melvin
Jim Beaver - Supporting Actor/"In Country"
Sean Hewitt - Actor
Leslie Hope - Actress/"Big Slice"
Jonathan Hyde - Actor/"Richie Rich"
Peter Spence - Actor/"Unfinished..."
Martin Julien - Writer\"Rooster Cogburn"
Charlie Hunnam - Actor, ABANDON (2002)
Tamara Hope - Actress
Burn Gorman - Actor
Jessica Chastain - Actress in BLACKBEARD
Mia Wasikowska - Star, ROGUE (2007)
Tom Hiddleston - Actor
Joanna Douglas - Uncut Critic
William K. Healy
Jim Watson - Actor, ;
John Carter Craig
Richard Kerr - Actor
"Chastains performance -- icy-cold, unblinking, and perpetually teetering on the edge of deranged -- is a highlight." - 10/13/2015 A.V. Club
"CRIMSON PEAK is filled with many marvels, its bravura, show-stopping visuals not the least among them." - 10/15/2015 Los Angeles Times
4 stars out of 4 -- "Watching Del Toro's films is a pleasure because his vision is evident in every frame." - 10/16/2015 RogerEbert.com
"If you know what youre getting into and youre in the mood for blood, velvet and a directors sincere commitment to excess, then this might be just the ticket." - 10/16/2015 New York Times
4 stars out of 5 -- "[I]f you're partial to a bit of Victorian romance with Hammer horror gloop and big, frilly night-gowns, GDT delivers an uncommon treat." - 10/09/2015 Empire
"Between the gorgeous, rain-soaked cinematography and textured production design, these early, period spook scenes contain compelling nods back to del Toros great ghost story, THE DEVIL'S BACKBONE." - 10/15/2015 Total Film
"[A] ghost story in which superior camerawork, costumes and production design work together to put the audience in a trance." - 10/16/2015 Rolling Stone
"Set in 19th-century England, in a decrepit but picturesque manor home, and starring Mia Wasikowska, Tom Hiddleston and Jessica Chastain, the film by the stylish fantasist Guillermo del Toro looks marvelous..." - 10/15/2015 Washington Post