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Daniel Radcliffe’s Woman in Black Looks Like Standard Period Scare Fare

Daniel Radcliffe's Woman in Black Looks Like Standard Period Scare Fare

Thompson on Hollywood

The Woman in Black, Daniel Radcliffe’s film foray into leading man status sans Harry Potter, has released a teaser and poster.

It’s a PG-13 thriller, so forgive us if we find nothing remarkable or thrilling about it. A creepy old house, children, dolls, curses, secrets etc, etc. Here’s the first trailer, and more details; new teaser is below. Check out the full (interactive) poster at EW.

CBS Films is releasing the film February 3, 2012.

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The Sixth Sense was PG-13, and it was a great thriller.


The Sixth Sense was PG-13, and it was a great thriller.


Promising or not promising the movie will still never hold a candle to the play. If anyone ever gets the opportunity to see the play I highly recommend it. It’s incredibly done, and made even better by the fact that the cast consists of only 2 men, and the occasional woman in black, with very few props and scenery. Even with the minimal aspects, it still manages to keep you on the edge of your seat, and scare the crap out of you! So who cares about Daniel and the movie, see the play!

Ulf Claesson

Forgive ME if I totally disagree with you, this looks very promising, indeed. Wait with your verdict until you’ve seen the damn thing. As a lover of ghost stories, as opposed to horror, I’ve missed truly good, great ghost stories. We have to go back as far as 1961, and Jack Clayton’s The Innocents, to find a truly great spook show (The Shining, while brilliant in many ways, is too odd to be called a ghost story in the traditonal sense; it’s like comparing 2001 to Earth vs. The Flying Saucers), and I, for one, expect a good, very good film. The latest trailer is way too frenetic in its editing, but that is no fault of the film. No, I don’t expect anything groundbreaking, but I DO expect to be very, very entertained. So, please, spare us predictions. If you still dislike it when you’ve seen it, fine. Until then…don’t moan

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