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LRA: The Woman in Black - Review

LRA writes: "The Woman in Black" is your typical haunted house story with a giant spooky house, scary locals, a cursed town and a very determined ghost. But don't let that dissuade you because this is an extremely well made and effective little bit of classic horror filmmaking. Starring Daniel Radcliffe as Arthur Kipps (fresh off the set of "Harry Potter") as a recently widowed father who must travel to a small British town to sell a mansion that seems like the poster child for all cursed homes, the film with its authentic and refreshing early 1900s decor, is one of those rare horror movies that doesn't hit its audience over the head with cheap scares and parlor tricks. It lets the bleak setting and oppressive atmosphere seep in and take control so that when the scares do happen they feel earned and appropriately unsettling.

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Crazay3330d ago

Something about this movie isn't working for me. I'm not sure if it's Harry Potter, the period the movie takes place in or what but I just can't seem to stay awake for it.