‘Crimson Peak’ Spoiler: Matriarch Ghost Of Sharpe Family

By Neha Bakshi | 1 year ago
‘Crimson Peak’ Spoiler: Matriarch Ghost Of Sharpe Family

The highly anticipated upcoming supernatural romance flick “Crimson Peak” is the masterpiece created by critically acclaimed director Guillermo del Toro which is scheduled to hit the theatres next October. The latest spoiler revealed an intense twist. Read on to find out more about the latest scoop on gothic romance “Crimson Peak.”

There is a high possibility of an incestuous relationship between Sir Thomas Sharpe played by Tom Hiddleston and his sister Lady Lucille Sharpe starred by Jessica Chastain. According to Youth Health Magazine, the main villain is somebody related to Sharpe siblings only.


The story is set in the mountainous region on Cumbria, England during the 19th century. It opens up Edith Cushing starred by Mia Wasikowska marrying Hiddleston’s character. Eventually, she finds out something weird with Thomas and finds out the reality.

The gothic romance will encounter many shocks as it is speculated that a matriarch ghost is going to be introduced to the dark tale. Apparently, the mother of Thomas and Lucille enter the haunted mansion. There might be more dark tales and secrets underlying the past.

According to the sources, Hiddleston revealed that in gothic romance sexuality angle does play a major role and there is a hint of incest in the other novels of this genre. Well, he does not name “Crimson Peak” in that regard, but the hint is evident.

Del Toro said that few scenes in “Crimson Peak” are extremely disturbing and indeed it is a classical gothic romance yet done in a modern way. Toro is known for his gothic horror flicks like “Pan’s Labyrinth” and “The Devil’s Backbone.”

The fans will witness a tainted dark tale of love, incest, secrets and horror. Here comes, “Crimson Peak.”

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