The Woman In Black has reemerged from her ethereal slumber to once again rain down terror upon unsuspecting townsfolk from yesteryear. She is one angry shade, I tell you!
The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death, the sequel to 2012's The Woman In Black starring Daniel Radcliffe, sees a group of orphaned children and their caretakers, Eve Parkins and Jean Hogg (played by Phoebe Fox and Helen McCrory respectively), shipped off to the village of Crythin Gifford to escape London amidst the Blitz of WWII.
Here's the synopsis...
40 years after Arthur Kipps (played by Daniel Radcliffe in the first film, The Woman in Black) left, this supernatural horror film introduces this new group to the now abandoned Eel Marsh House; an odd but seemingly safe location. It isn't long before Eve starts to sense that this house is not what it appears to be as the children in her care begin to disappear.
As their house of safety becomes a house of horrors, Eve enlists the help of a handsome pilot (Jeremy Irvine) to help investigate what is happening. Eve soon discovers that it may not be a coincidence that she has come to reside in the house inhabited by the Woman in Black.
Sounds pretty creepy, right? If that isn't enough to have piqued your interest in malevolent hauntings in the British countryside, maybe this clip from the movie will. Maybe...
Haven't got the time to watch the clip? Well, you're in luck! Here's a...
Because the video was quite short...
Who's Holding The Other End, Child?
One of the orphans believes that her friend Edward is on the other end of the red string. That's fair to think.
But What's This?!
He's in the doorway holding a creepy ass doll! So, this means...
Dark Basements Should Be A No-Go
Eve is rustling around in the basement for some reason, when suddenly the gate is slammed shut! Now she's stuck with a creepy, disembodied voice in the dark who begins regaling her with a lovely little rhyme...
"Whenever she's seen and whoever by...
...One thing is certain: a child will die." A bit ominous.
Riddles in the Dark
Eve wants to stop the evil of the Woman In Black, but the creepy dude is an eternal pessimist.
And then he comes at her for some reason.
Moral of the story is: stay above ground at all times and don't visit the British countryside.
So, will you dare to venture back to Eel Marsh House and entertain The Woman In Black? Maybe they'll keep the aisle lights on for you in the cinema?
The Woman In Black 2: Angel Of Death is in cinemas now.
Want to hang out with The Woman In Black again?