>>121 I saw Crimson Park today. Much better than the bad reviews would have one believe, though the plot was a trifle clunky. I could have guessed the main plot twist even without all the hints that were dropped by GdT. So I think could anyone who has read a few gothic novels.
It was pretty gory - so god knows about all those people saying "not enough of a horror movie".
I do however wish they hadn't released so much in trailers and clips. I realised as I was watching that I had seen parts of every major scene, bar the 2 that said in words of one syllable what was going on. That was a pity partly in spoiler-y terms but also because you like to feel you haven't seen the whole movie. For example it would have been nice to watch that beautifully acted scene with the automaton for the first time as part of the film. One other major consequence was that the ghosts were pretty unterrifying, in a kind of oh hello again way.