Best Horror Movies Review: The Woman in Black

The Woman in Black’s PG-13 rating understates the film’s darkness, and the sights, sounds and environment obliterate a crucial horror taboo.

The gripes of many horror movie fans as of late boil down to a few keys, some of which include: PG-13 horror, overuse of CGI, and remakes/prequels/sequels. However, while The Woman in Black IS actually a remake of a 1989 TV movie (both based in and of themselves on a 1983 novel of the same name), it’s the way that it overcomes those other stereotypical problems that make it a standout.

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alycakes1722d ago

This one does deserve to be seen...I'm just not sure i want to see it alone in a dark is so creepy.

Blasphemy1721d ago

Nice, now when I watch it I will watch it in the dark alone!

Best-Horror-Movies1722d ago

or alone in your house thats even creepier.

alycakes1721d ago

If it's alone at night at your house it is.