'The Woman in Black' Delivers Scares in Abundance

From a London choking in smoke and fumes to a chilly marshland blanketed in fog, early 20th century England seems tailor-made for an atmospheric horror film, and "The Woman in Black" takes full advantage of all that built-in creepiness. Produced under the recently revived Hammer Films label, it stands squarely and spookily alongside that studio’s horror classics of the 1960s, back when Christopher Lee was playing vampires and Peter Cushing was chasing them. Read More...



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