Steven S DeKnight's sequel to Guillermo del Toro's robo-blockbuster may be rusty in some ways compared to its predecessor – but it's still no less of an enjoyable, if basic, action romp
Crimson Peak delivers lush production values of gothic horror splendour
Crimson Peak delivers lush production values of gothic horror splendour as it weaves its tale.
In the near future a pan-dimensional rift opens deep in the pacific ocean from which spew beasts dubbed Kaiju (a Japanese word that translates as "strange beast").
Co-writer and director Del Toro has, in the past, suggested that of the films he directs he almost alternates between making big budget studio productions (Blade II, Hellboy I&II) and...
Another week and another coming of age tale, but this one is set in the UK of 1973 and is fresh, funny and charming.