The Woman In Black

The Woman In Black
The Woman In Black

Year

2012

Duration

92 minutes

Genres

Horror

Language

English

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Synopsis

This tense, gothic horror, based on a popular novel, sees Daniel Radcliffe playing widowed 1900s lawyer, Arthur Kipps, who is sent to a remote English village to handle the affairs of a recently deceased eccentric. But Arthur's official duty quickly takes a back seat when a series of spine-tingling occurrences makes him realize that his client's mansion is haunted. The titular spirit lost something precious in life and is now so hell-bent on revenge that not even children are safe from her wrath. Handsomely shot and nicely performed, this is a satisfying chiller that combines creepy, old school atmospherics with quick-jump shocks.

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15 Classification

Contains strong horror and psychological threat.

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