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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

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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

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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

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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

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soulless Edwardian clusterfuck: some (negative) thoughts on The Woman in Black

OHHHKAY so there may be a trend afoot in my reviews (briefly mentioned last time) that basically boils down to: I have to review the last movie I watched before I let myself watch something new, because failing to stick to that is part of why the old tumblr incarnation of this blog laid mostly dormant for close to two years. 1,204 more words

Inbox/Outbox: August 10-August 30, and August Recap

Here we are at the end of summer. In a few short days, the dog days of August will give way to school buses, football, and pumpkin spice. 798 more words

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THE WOMAN IN BLACK. 1989. DIRECTED BY HERBERT WISE. STARRING ADRIAN RAWLINS, BERNARD HEPTON, DAVID DAKER AND PAULINE MORAN. REVIEW BY SANDRA HARRIS. ©

THE WOMAN IN BLACK. 1989. DIRECTED BY HERBERT WISE. STARRING ADRIAN RAWLINS, BERNARD HEPTON, DAVID DAKER AND PAULINE MORAN. REVIEW BY SANDRA HARRIS. ©

Based on the hugely successful novel by Susan Hill, this is the story of young solicitor Arthur Kidd, a family man with two young children, and some creepy shenanigans with a vengeful ghost. 824 more words