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The Woman in Black - Theatre Review

The Woman in Black has been performed at London’s Fortune Theatre for about 25 years, making it the second-longest-running non-musical play in the history of the West End (after  376 more words


'After Me Comes the Flood' by Sarah Perry **

The intriguing premise of Sarah Perry’s After Me Comes the Flood is as follows: ‘What if you walked out of your life only to find another one was already waiting for you?’ … 586 more words

Review: The Woman in Black

An eerie, quiet and unsettling ghost story determined to get under your skin!

I was keen to watch The Woman in Black for two reasons: one, to see how Daniel Radcliffe’s career begins after a decade of Harry Potter, and two, it is made by Hammer Studios, the studio that brought us Christopher Lee as Dracula in the 1950s and a landslide of the “classic movie monster” films. 236 more words


Top 10 – Must-see British horror films of the new millennium

It’s become a bit of a cliché amongst fans of horror cinema to claim that the genre is way past its golden age.

Given the mainstream output of the genre – … 1,254 more words


The Woman in Black: Angel of Death is Haunting This Year...at some point!

So I don’t really think that The Woman in Black‘s sequel, Angel of Death, has a true release date yet, but it is finally in post-production. 104 more words


The Quiet Ones

The Quiet Ones 

Dating back to the 1980’s with Cannibal Holocaust (Ruggero Deodato), found-footage films provided the amateur filmmaker verisimilitude, spawning contemporary box office hits such as Paranormal Activity (Oren Peli) and REC (Jaume Balagueró,  351 more words


The Woman in Black (2012)

“I feel she’s there, trying to reach me.” – Arthur Kipps (Daniel Radcliffe)

Scary movies don’t often rely on the strength of their lead actors, but in essentially a one-man-show like  472 more words