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There’s something wrong in that massive house, in the middle of a lake, in the Edwardian English countryside, and it’ll take an insurance clerk (Daniel Radcliffe “Horns,” “Other Movies”) and a small town noble (Ciarán Hinds “Game of Thrones,” “There Will Be Blood”) to unravel a mystery of unspeakable horror. 2012’s “The Woman in Black” is a full-throated return to form for Hammer Films, the undisputed masters of horror in the 1960s and 70s. So, strap in because it’s going to get dark as Dax slowly realizes what this movie is really about!
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The Woman in Black was directed by James Watkins and released in 2012 by Alliance Films and Hammer Films (and a whole bunch of other studios). It was produced by Richard Jackson, Simon Oakes, and Brian Oliver with a screenplay by Jane Goldman based on The Woman in Black novel by Susan Hill. The film stars Daniel Radcliffe, Ciarán Hinds, Janet McTeer, and Liz White. The film’s music is by Marco Beltrami with cinematography by Tim Maurice-Jones.