The Woman in Black: Angel of Death (Tom Harper, 2015)

January 2, 2015


After 2012’s The Woman in Black became the highest grossing British horror film in 20 years, some sort of sequel or spin-off capitalising on that success seemed inevitable, even if the ending of director James Watkins and writer Jane Goldman’s adaptation of Susan Hill’s source novel didn’t exactly allow much leeway for star Daniel Radcliffe’s return. The solution for sequel Angel of Death: move the action forward a couple of decades from the Edwardian Era to 1941, thereby negating the need to retain any of the original players…

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