Want A Free Pair Of Passes To An Advance Screening of Crimson Peak On Tuesday Night? You Got It.
Last we saw the great Guillermo del Toro in the director's chair, it was back in 2013 as he helmed the robotic action wet dream that was Pacific Rim. Solid movie, sure. But a departure from the hauntingly beautiful aesthetic through which he made his name, absolutely.
Come Friday, October 16, though, del Toro returns at least somewhat to his roots with the release of Crimson Peak. Starring Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, Tom Hiddleston and Charlie Hunnam, the film — self-described by the director as a Gothic romance — tells the story of a young girl who, after falling in love with a stranger, is swept off to a mysterious mansion containing creepiness of all kinds.
Check out the trailer.
As I said: Creepy!
And, if that's your thing, then this will come as good news: At 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 13, Central Track is hosting an early, free-to-attend screening of the film at the AMC NorthPark 15
No purchase necessary. No contest this time around, either. Want to attend? Just head here and download your pass. It's good for you and a friend.
Also, keep in mind the following things:
• This pass does not guarantee admission.
• It gets you in, presuming you wait in line and there's still room in the theater.
• You will not be able to use this pass to force your way into the theater should you show up after the screening starts, even if the theater is full. (We recommend arriving about an hour in advance.)
• Since this one is rated R, you need to be at least 17 to attend, unless you're accompanied by a parent.
If that all sounds gravy to you, then you're good to go. Enjoy the movie!