If you're looking for nail-biting horror and suspense, this isn't the ticket. But it is a nicely filmed atmospheric study in the Gothic. Mostly, "The Woman in Black" shows that Radcliffe will have no problem shedding his Potter image.
Are you serious!!!! This is one of the scariest films I have seen. Do your self a favour guys and ignore this review as the film will have you on the edge of your seat wishing that the darkness will come to an end.
May 24 - 06:09 PM
You could not be more wrong. Either this was the first horror movie you have seen in your entire life, or you're just a bitch. It was good. But not "edge of your seat" type horror.
May 25 - 01:44 PM
^Exactly what I thought. I would not even classify this movie as a horror film, rather it is more along the lines of mystery/suspense. I think "The Haunted Mansion" might have been, sadly, just as horrific.
May 29 - 02:48 PM
It's very much a horror film, but more in line with something such as Bram Stoker's Dracula. Not something that will give you nightmares for ages. It is however a nice change from all of these people who think gore and shock make horror.
Jun 13 - 03:25 PM