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On this day in Film History: The Woman in Black with Harry Potter

On this day in film history, The Woman in Black (2012) was released in theaters. This film is notable (among other things) for being the first film starring Daniel Radcliffe after the conclusion of the… 137 more words


The Woman In Black [A Play Review].

It’s October, the time of pumpkins, ghosts, witches and spells, the time for magic and festive parties, horror stories told at the dead of night, or creepy films watched with friends or family, ones that chill you to the bone, leaving you with nightmares. 575 more words

Play Review

The Woman In Black (Susan Hill)

Susan Hill’s 1983 novel will rank alongside Henry James’s “The Turn Of The Screw” and Shirley Jackson’s “The Haunting of Hill House” as a truly great supernatural tale (the fact that there are so few exceptional ones out of the many mediocre shows what a hard genre this is to master). 414 more words



Around this time of year, everyone loves a good ghost story. Most of them are suitable for some momentary shivers, perhaps a glance over the shoulder, and a hearty (albeit nervous) laughter at the supernatural. 388 more words


'Henning' Box Set News and Other Not-Really-News

Ayup. ‘Tis the season, as they say. I’ve been hunkering down with my laptop, steadily chipping away at Guardian Angel and also reading like mad. Maybe it’s the nature of winter, but if I’ve always been pretty withdrawn socially before, I’m way worse now. 1,109 more words

Genre Fiction

Dolly: A Ghost Story

By Susan Hill

I’m the first to admit that I hate horror stories (films or books). I just don’t like being scared. But after surviving Daniel Radcliffe in the film adaptation of  503 more words

Book Review

The Woman in Black by Susan Hill

The Woman in Black by Susan Hill 

If you’re in the mood for a creepy tale, try The Woman in Black. Ten times better than the film version – i remember my heart hammering in my chest in certain parts. 8 more words