Trailer: The Woman In Black

Mimi ON Oct 18, 2011 AT 3:54 pm

The Woman In Black

The Woman In Black

We’ve scared ourselves witless in the theatre and now we’re planning to do it in the cinema as The Woman In Black gets remade for the big screen with Daniel Radcliffe.

The poem goes as follows:

During afternoon tea, there’s a shift in the air,
A bone-trembling chill that tells you she’s there.
There are those who believe the whole town in cursed,
But the house in the marsh is by far the worst.
What she wants is unknown, but she always comes back,
The spectre of darkness, the woman in black.

If this isn’t scary enough for you, check out the trailer for the new film. In it, the poem above is recited by a little girl which, along with the fog, mist, bodies rising out of the ground, and clown dolls, sounds just plain terrifying.

It stars Daniel Radcliffe, who plays a lawyer named Arthur Kipps, sent to a remote English village to organise a recently deceased woman’s papers. He must go to Eel Marsh House, where the woman used to live, and there he encounters strange and spooky occurences. Rumour has it that the ghost of a woman scorned inhabits the house and is looking to take revenge. This is the woman in black, and from the looks of it, Mr. Kipps better watch his back.

The film won’t be released until 10th February of next year, but watch the film’s trailer below to get a sneak peek.

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