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The Woman In Black

The Woman In Black

Format DVD
DVD Regions All regions
Actor(s) Daniel Radcliffe Ciarn Hinds Janet McTeer Sophie Stuckey Liz White.
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The Woman in Black is universal horror and thriller film that released in 2012. The film was directed by James Watkinsand and written by Jane Goldman. The movie is based on SusanHIll's novel The Woman in Black. The film is also named as per the novel itself. The film is produced by Hammer Film Productions. The story revolves around a young lawyer who travels to a remote village. In this village he discovers the ghost of a scorned woman who is terrorizing the local people. The horror is beautifully shot and impressively directed by the team and the hard work is visible and much applauded.

The Woman in Black has received thumbs up reviews and liked by the people around the world. The amazing soundtrack of this film is composed by the American film composer Marco Beltrami. His music adds up to the horror and thriller feel throughout the movie. The music was released as a soundtrack album in 2012 by Silva Screen Records.

During the first opening week The Woman in Black earned 20$ million and was stated as the second biggest US opening for a Hammer film in all of Hammer history after Chronicles which earned a million dollars more. Worldwide the movie made $127,730,736 and it followed by ranking the highest grossing British horror film in 20 years.

The movie revolves around a London lawyer Arthur Kipps who is sent to the village of Cryphon Gifford. He is sent to review the personal papers of the late Mrs. Drablow. Arthur did not have a successful career. Even in his personal life he is not very happy as he is still grieving over his wife who passed away four years back while giving birth to his son Joseph. Cryphon Gifford is an unwelcoming village and all the people are unwelcoming.

He also realizes that people were not happy of him working at the Eel Marsh manor. He later finds out that the house was haunted by the Woman in black. It was said that the woman's son was drowned in a swamp and whenever she appears a child from the village faces death.

The film has a noteworthy star cast like that of Daniel Radcliffe as Arthur Kipps, a young lawyer, Ciarán Hinds as Sam Daily, a local landowner, Janet McTeer as Elisabeth Daily, Daily's wife, Liz White as Jennet Humfrye, the Woman in Black, Roger Allam as Mr. Bentley, senior partner of Arthur's firm, Tim McMullan as Jerome, the local solicitor, Jessica Raine as Joseph's Nanny, Daniel Cerqueira as Keckwick, the carriage driver, Shaun Dooley as Fisher, village innkeeper, Mary Stockley as Mrs Fisher, David Burke as PC Collins, village constable, Sophie Stuckey as Stella Kipps, Arthur's wife, Misha Handley as Joseph Kipps, Arthur's son, Aoife Doherty as Lucy Jerome, Jerome's daughter, Victor McGuire as Gerald Hardy, a villager, Alexia Osborne as Victoria Hardy, Hardy's daughter, Alisa Khazanova as Alice Drablow, Ashley Foster as Nathaniel Drablow, the Woman in Black's son, Sidney Johnston as Nicholas Daily, Daily's son, Molly Harmon, Emma Shorey and Ellisa Walker-Reid as the Fisher daughters.

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Product Details
Format DVD
DVD Regions All regions
Genre Horror
Censor Rating U (Universal)
Actor(s) Daniel Radcliffe Ciarn Hinds Janet McTeer Sophie Stuckey Liz White.
Director(s) James Watkins
Studio Big home video

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  1.  Good! 15 September, 2013 On
    Though not as creepy as it should have been (or seems to be), there are moments that will freak you out. This (non-gory) Horror is beautifully shot and impressively directed. What actually makes this movie worth a watch is the end. Its the highlight of the movie. Daniel Rattcliffe in a completely new avatar. His performance is very refined and matured.

    A young Solicitor (Widower with a child) is given a task of handling Eel Marsh House of England owned by Alice Drablow in a strange town where children are dying under mysterious circumstances.
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