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The Woman in Black benefits greatly from its choice to keep its antagonist in the shadows. Because of this, the suspense is much more palpable. Add to that Daniel Radcliffe gives a good performance. (B-)
A good enough chilling horror. woulda scared the Willie's out of me if I was 12...
Truly dreadful. Radcliffe was too mean even to send his fridge.
Some of the camera work was good, but the director did not pull out a decent performance from anyone in the cast.
Was good, I like it very much
Eerie and simplistic...Radcliffe's performance is great in this spooky little ghost story!
Story line is simple , usual horror and Straight but Presentation of Scene frame to frame is Superb hats of to director . Each Scenes are made of enthusiasm.
Mildly interesting. Scares were on the weak side, however, some of the landscape images were well done.
The movie was really scary! That means for me it's pretty good!
Well, it held my attention...