Crimson Peak

Movie • 2015 • Drama  Report
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Smaverage Joe
The dog is killed behind Lucille's dress at 1:35:10. You don't see it, but you can hear it yip twice.
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InterloperJack
A dog is briefly described as having been abandoned with the hope that it would die. In one scene a dog is sadistically killed - unseen/out of view, but you hear it yelp and whimper. It is implied to have been strangled or had its neck broken.
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Does a pet die?
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Topaz Goold
Butterflies are deadThere's a close of up ants eating the butterflies Dead flies and other bugs
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notgoingtoaddcomments
Dead butterflies.
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Does an animal die?
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AudreyHoman
Butterflies are shown dying on-screen.
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Does a cat die?
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Lou1999
frequently, characters try to convince the protagonist that she is imagining things, that what she thought she saw were just dreams
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essvee
One character details domestic violence that they grew up with, describing how their father was abusive towards his wife and children. Specific details of abuse are mentioned.
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Allandrel
Two characters describe their abusive upbringing, and one was sexually abused by the other starting when he was twelve and she was fourteen.
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hiummusername
(Spoiler) tea is poisoned/spiked with poison
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Allandrel
A character has been in an incestuous relationship that started when he was twelve and his sister fourteen, making his consent questionable, even as an adult.
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mad_melody
When Edith is taking a bath, a ghost is shown to be missing a finger. When Edith is chased into the elevator by someone wielding knife, Edith chops her own knife onto her attacker's finger, though I didn't actually see after that whether or not the finger was gone.
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user17590
Plenty of it.
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eyesinthehills
Two, technically. A person's head is repeatedly bashed into a porcelain sink fairly early in the film. This is EXTREMELY graphic and the aftermath is also shown graphically several times. In addition, another character's head is partially split with a cleaver, and while the action of this is offscreen, the character's ghost with the gashed head appears a few times.
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mad_melody
No one is hung, but there is a brief mention of a hanging hypothetically happening.
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MintTea
Edith's father eye is bashed out when he dies, Thomas' eye begins to bleed when he is stabbed towards the end.
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InterloperJack
Someone is murdered by having their head smashed against a sink; there is a large amount of blood and you see the person's body immediately afterward as well as later, with a caved-in skull clearly visible. Multiple people are stabbed with bloody wounds shown - one person is stabbed in the cheek just below the eye and pulls the blade out themself, leading to a large amount of blood pouring down their face. One ghost has a cleaver stuck in its head and another has a graphically caved-in skull. In addition, while not explicitly gore, many of the ghosts in the movie are gaunt and entirely red in a way that is reminiscent of skinned flesh and blood-covered bodies.
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eyesinthehills
Distinct red herring with this when Mr. Cushing places his straight razor on the edge of the sink. The camera zooms in on it and you are made to think that he will be killed with it, but it is ignored and the scene progesses with no use of the straight razor in the murder. There is other slicing/cutting throughout the film, however.
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Allandrel
A character's leg is broken, set, and then re-broken.
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Allandrel
A character falls several stories, but survives with a broken leg.
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poptart
Someone falls from a balcony down several floors, but not down stairs.
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user17590
Baby died soon after birth years before the events of the film, no name is given nor gender. You only see something of a ghost, not particularly disturbing.
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Depending on your perspective, Thomas cheats on both Edith (wife) with his sister Lucille, and he also chests on Lucille with Edith (as he was only supports to marry and then kill her as he had the others).
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mad_melody
A mother's funeral and ghost is shown, a father is graphically and violently killed on screen, there is discussion of a child having killed their mother, and the ghost of a dead mother appears multiple times.
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overturezzzmedia
No, but some false imprisonment
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catriona.chauer
Edith takes a bath, but nothing sensitive is shown except for her bare shoulders and arms.
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Jacqui Harrison
Yes, a large part of the movie revolves around them being there
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kabneenan
I wouldn't classify the scary moments as jump scares exactly. The scary figure is slowly revealed and there is enough warning before the music ramps up or any sound effects are played. I can't handle jump scares, but I was able to watch this movie without looking away or feeling extremely anxious.
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Are there razors?
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loganplonski
Someone spits out blood
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JJDeBenedictis
It's coughing blood, rather than vomiting, but it can be triggering. The worst is at 1:27, just after McMichael the American says he'll start walking 4 miles to the estate; there's a quick scene change and Edith is coughing a splat of blood into a sink.
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hiummusername
There is brief mention that a character has been to one and that they are worried that they might be made to go back
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mad_melody
There are no hospital scenes, but there is a scene in an optometrist's office where he determines someone's eyeglass prescription.
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poptart
I’d say so. The protagonist goes into hysterics after seeing an apparition. Sobbing, gasping for breath, the whole nine. This only happens once in the film.
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Marsbar
minor stuff but there’s the elevator clanking and screeching and the clay machine running VERY loudly
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poptart
No, but food being used as a weapon/tool of control is a minor theme.
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cheesemelt
Part of the explanation for the villain's villainy is implied to be mental illness (history of institutionalization). The plot works just fine without this gratuitous "explanation."
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mad_melody
No one self harms, but a character is essentially made to decide where he will be stabbed.
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damalojo
You hear the ghost of a baby crying
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mad_melody
There is no childbirth, but there is a discussion about how in the past a baby died due to birth defects not long after being born.
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mad_melody
There are no miscarriages, but there is a discussion about how in the past a baby died due to birth defects not long after being born.
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InterloperJack
A ghost baby is heard but not seen in one scene. In another scene a distorted ghost of a baby is briefly seen being soothed by another ghost. References to this baby (and its death due to birth defects) are made a couple of times.
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mad_melody
No black people die in this movie. In fact, the only black characters are two maids who briefly speak to the protagonist near the beginning of the movie.
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poptart
Not explicitly, but the love interest says one of his reasons for hesitating to court the protagonist is because “she’s just a child”. No clear ages are given though and she is old enough to work.
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Kai McCusker
Shown when Edith and Thomas are snowed in at the post office, the post office offers them a room below the office, they're shown to have s*x for the first time. Nothing is really shown, just Thomas's ass, him shirtless, and a close up of his face. Nothing from Edith is shown except for her legs. Later, Lucille is shown with her hand down Thomas's pants, and her nightgown off her shoulder. Thomas is shown kissing her shoulder.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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loganplonski
Incest is a big part of the plot.
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poptart
Just bare ass, nothing more.
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Lunalover
Its ambiguous
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Kai McCusker
Shown when Lucille stabs Thomas in the face, when Lucille bashes in Mr. Cushing's head in the beginning, ghost blood is shown from Mrs. Sharp's ghost and Thomas' ghost. Lucille grabs the blade of Edith's knife. Edith bashes Lucille's head in with a shovel. Lucille stabs Alan. Later we get a close up of Alan's wound when Thomas takes him to the mineshaft.
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