Thursday, October 1, 2015

Crimson Peak: Art Dump and Advance Screening Ticket Giveaway

by Lauren Panepinto

So in my line of work I have a lot of crazy friends involved in a lot of crazy projects, and I'm going to share a bit of the fun with you today. I have a friend working on Crimson Peak, the new Guillermo del Toro movie coming out Oct 16th, and I mentioned that just about every SFF and dark fantasy artist I know was super excited by the trailers and the glimpses of how amazing the designs were, and wanted to know more. She not only gave me a sneak peek of some spreads from the art book (I know we're all addicted to art-of-the-movie books here on Muddy Colors) and a special prize: A set of tickets for advance screenings in NYC and LA to give away.

First, did you see the new international trailer? You get to see more of the set and costume design than ever before:


And next, some art book porn for you: Crimson Peak: The Art of Darkness









Along with some of my favorite stills:





And of course, there's Mondo posters! By Daniel Danger (in two colors) and Guy Davis:



I just cherry picked my favorite art from what I was given, but you can see tons more at the official Crimson Peak website.

And last, but far from least, I have 2 pairs of tickets to give away. Two for NYC and two for LA. 

NYC is Wed Oct 7th, 8pm, 34th Street AMC Loews
LA is Thurs Oct 8th, 8pm, AMC Burbank 16 on Palm Ave

Now listen carefully, I know you guys are excited, but this is important. IF you can make one of the 2 dates/times below then comment below with your name, your contact email, and which (NY or LA) screening you want to attend. Please do not enter unless you are sure you can go. Tickets are not transferable, there will be a guest list. And plan to get there early - it's going to be a mob scene, so plan on lining up, because I am not going to be there and I cannot guarantee your entry personally.

Monday Oct 5th at 5pm I will randomly pick one person to win each pair of tickets and email you directly.

Sadly I will have to wait til October 16th to see it, and I generally hate scary movies, but if they're going to be this gorgeous, then I'll brave it! Good Luck Everyone.

*********COMMENTS/CONTEST CLOSES 5PM MONDAY OCT 5TH*********


26 comments:

  1. !!! Going to see Guillermo del Toro speak on the 13th.

    Kat Green
    spygirlpix@gmail.com
    NY screening

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  2. Keisea Huffman
    Keighsie@gmail.com
    CA screening
    This would be rad, I wanna see this bad.

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  3. Julia Griffin
    madainn@gmail.com
    NYC!

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  4. Maya Knierim
    Mayaknierim@gmail.com
    I would love to go to NYC for the premeire. I grew up with Guillermo del Toro films and it would be an inspiration to me. :)

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  5. Sebastian Gomez
    Gomez5sebas@gmail.com
    I would go to the NYC premier. Guillermo has always been an inspiration to me specially him being a successful Latino.

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  6. Alex Konstad
    konstad.mbsh@gmail.com
    I would like to go to the LA screening!

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  7. Jess Short
    jessashshort@gmail.com
    NYC!

    Such a great opportunity! Thank you!

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  8. Thank you for giving away the tickets Lauren

    Thomas Warming
    warmingnyc@gmail.com
    NYC screening

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  9. Melisa Des Rosiers
    Melisa.desrosiers@gmail.com
    LA screening

    (I hope this doesn't post twice...my phone is acting weird)

    Thanks!

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  10. Sierra Perez
    sierraperez88@gmail.com
    NY!!

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  11. Mike Capprotti
    mcapprotti@hotmail.com
    NY Screening!

    I'm so pumped about this movie! Thanks for sharing those spreads, can't wait for that book!!!

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  12. Lee Shamel
    leeshamel@gmail.com
    Los Angeles.

    Thanks for doing this!

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  13. Aleksandre Kosinski
    Alek.kosinski@Gmail.com
    New York.

    I'd love to see this.

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  14. Jovan Riva
    Jovanrivera80@gmail.com
    NYC
    So happy to see the master that is Del Toro back in action! This film looks like El Laberito Del Fauno (Pans Labyrinth) meets El Espinazo Del Dialo (The Devils Backbone).

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  15. Jovan Riva
    Jovanrivera80@gmail.com
    NYC
    So happy to see the master that is Del Toro back in action! This film looks like El Laberito Del Fauno (Pans Labyrinth) meets El Espinazo Del Dialo (The Devils Backbone).

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  16. Tyler Anderson
    tylera42@gmail.com
    NYC

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  17. Ana Mejia
    ameji004@gmail.com
    LA

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  19. Yuleisy Audain
    Yuleisyaudain0254@gmail.com
    NYC

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  20. Derek Coats
    derekcoats311@gmail.com
    LA

    I would love to attend the early screening of "Crimson Peak" because Del Toro's films, such as "The Devil's Backbone" and "Pan's Labyrinth", emotionally helped me through the death of my grandmother when I was 13. It's funny how his films can be both horrifying and emotionally relevant at the same time. By watching the films, I knew I would be okay and that my grandmother was in a better place. Now that I am a college, film student living in LA, I would love to attend an early screening of "Crimson Peak" to watch another film by the master that is Del Toro. Thank you for the opportunity to enter!

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  21. Maury Mayen
    Maury.Mayen@aol.com
    NYC Screening please!

    I would love to attend as I have been waiting to see this beauty for almost a year and a half!

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  22. Maury Mayen
    Maury.Mayen@aol.com
    NYC Screening please!

    I would love to attend as I have been waiting to see this beauty for almost a year and a half!

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  23. J. Doyle
    jdoyle9999@gmail.com
    LA pretty please!

    Thanks!

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  24. OK! GIVEAWAY ENTRIES OFFICIALLY CLOSED! Printing them all out and randomly picking one for each screening out of a hat now. Ok, not a hat, a plastic bag. But I'm not looking. Emails to winners to come in the next 10min.

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