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The Woman In Black: Media Blasphemy Review

Media Blasphemy writes: "Based on the 1983 novel, The Woman in Black is James Watkin’s big-budget interpretation of the horror story by Susan Hill. Following Arthur Kipps (Daniel Radcliffe) – a lawyer in the late Victorian era – tasked with recovering and sorting the documents of newly deceased Alice Drablow, who owned a large and eerie estate on the edges of a small and secluded village. For the sake of his job and his son, Kipps travels up North from London."

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krazykombatant1747d ago

It was alright, it was a bit scary at times but nothing more. For all the fuss people were making as him finally having a role outside harry potter, he didn't really talk all that much. I personally was just waiting for him to crack out a spell or something mid way through the movie.