First, the good news: 2015 was a fantastic year at the movies. There were great original stories, sequels done right, adaptations that match their source material and more. But for every great movie, there’s a ton of bad ones too. Here’s our picks for the best and worst science fiction and fantasy films of 2015.
Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak isn’t the movie most people expected. It’s not a scary, haunted house movie. It’s a saturated, world-building gothic romance that just happens to have supernatural elements.
Some people loved Guillermo del Toro’s gothic confection Crimson Peak. Some people found it disappointing. But the overall consensus seems to be that Crimson Peak not only wasn’t scary, but didn’t have a twisty enough storyline. But maybe everybody missed the huge twist at the end of the film?
Early in Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak, protagonist Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska) eagerly gives a story she’s written to a publisher. But he sends her away, with the condescending instruction that ladies should really be writing romance stories, not ghost stories. She balks at the critique—not just because he’s a…
Guillermo del Toro is known primarily as an auteur of highly stylized horror and science fiction, but with Crimson Peak, the director has made a film that has captured the imagination of the fashion world. On Tuesday evening, Bergdorf Goodman unveiled a new series of windows inspired by the film, interpreting its…
Guillermo del Toro has an amazing gift for mixing the grotesque and the gorgeous. And his latest film Crimson Peak, out today, takes that visual panache to a brand new height. With every shot, del Toro overloads our senses more and more, until madness beckons.
Guillermo Del Toro’s Crimson Peak is just jam packed with amazing visuals. If you want a look at some of that stunning imagery close up, you’re in luck: Crimson Peak: The Art of Darkness is out this week, and we’re exclusively revealing some gorgeous pictures from it—well as giving away a copy signed by Del Toro, too!
Ver una película es participar en un juego de expectativas. El miedo es la expectativa de que algo horrible va a suceder. Un film es bueno o no en la medida que logra superar las expectativas que genera. Crimson Peak (La cumbre escarlata en español) se las apaña para destruir todas y cada una de ellas.
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If Guillermo del Toro wasn’t making movies, he’d be a Fantastic Fest attendee. He’s just one of those guys who lives and breathes, not just cinema, but weird, creepy, tense and gory cinema. So for him to bring his latest film, Crimson Peak, to the intensely genre film festival was a big deal.
Lots of amusement parks have scary Halloween attractions that feature cameos by popular horror franchises. But very few are actually created with the help and permission of the people who created those franchises. One that is: Halloween Horror Nights. And 2015’s version is absolutely terrifying.
If nothing else, Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming Gothic horror movie Crimson Peak is using special effects to great effect. This thing is just terrifying. Update: Clip appears to be down now.
The summer movie season is over—but the biggest films of the year are still to come. This fall’s movies include some of the most long-awaited titles in history, but also some smaller films that could become instant classics. Here are the 30 movies you need to know about in the last four months of 2015.
Guillermo Del Toro discusses the likelihood of Hellboy 3 happening. The new Spider-Man film has its writers. Arrow and Supergirl cast some comic book heroes and villains. Plus, Greg Grunberg talks Heroes Reborn, new footage from Killjoys and Crimson Peaks, and another new look at The Walking Dead’s new season.…
Guillermo del Toro is doing full-on gothic romance in his new movie Crimson Peak, and he told us to expect “kinky,” unsettling action. We talked to the stars at Comic-Con, and asked Tom Hiddleston about the movie’s transgressive sexuality. And Jessica Chastain told us she was covered with bruises.
Who isn’t excited for Guillermo Del Toro’s return to horror Crimson Peak? The team at Mondo is and they just revealed three brand new posters that’ll be available at San Diego Comic-Con.
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Tom Hiddleston, Charlie Hunnam, Jessica Chastain and Mia Wasikowska star in Guillermo del Toro’s “kinky” new gothic horror movie Crimson Peak. This new trailer finally pulls back the dusty tapestry on this haunted house picture and reveal the supernatural entities that lurk inside.
El primer tráiler de Crimson Peak muestra la aproximación cinematográfica de Guillermo del Toro a un género de terror tan manido como es el de las mansiones encantadas. Y visto lo visto, parece que promete bastante, al menos en el cuidado aspecto visual que ya es marca de la casa con del Toro.
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