Just a couple more days. That's how long you'll have to wait to see the latest film from Hammer, The Woman in Black. On tap right now is our review to help you judge whether or not you'll be sitting in theatres suffering from the shivers!
Excited for The Woman in Black to creep into theatres this weekend? You should be! Early word is that it's a winner. To further entice you into her dark and spooky world, we have a series of videos for you to chew on! Dig it!
As the frost of winter puts a chill our spines, The Woman in Black aims to do the same. Based on Susan Hill’s 1983 novel, this is the second ghostly retelling of the tale, produced this time by the legendary Hammer Films—the same production house that brought many of our beloved genre classics starring the greats like Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.
Here at Dread Central we always try to go the extra mile to get you some stuff you cannot get anywhere else. Case in point: How would you like to win an exclusive one-sheet for The Woman in Black signed by artist Daniel Danger? Yeah, we thought that would get your attention!
Yes, we've already seen a TV spot titled "Darkness" for next week's premiere of The Woman in Black from CBS Films, but this version is twice as long and twice as spooky! Check it out.
Everything we've seen thus far from James Watkins' upcoming The Woman in Black has us as giddy as schoolgirls as we impatiently wait for its release just one week from today. To help bring us back to the properly sedate state to enjoy the film's chills and thrills, here's another TV spot!
Not to be outdone by CBS Films' US promo machine for the upcoming The Woman in Black, Momentum Pictures and Hammer have released a UK TV spot for the film, and of course we have it right here for your viewing pleasure!
Who's ready to go one-on-one with La Dame En Noir? That's fancy speak for The Woman in Black, n'est–ce pas? See that? We're bitextual! Dig it!
Just hours after getting the newest one-sheet for The Woman in Black, which is shrouded in darkness, comes this latest clip from the film, entitled "Lights Out". Something tells us we're going to need a flashlight!
The agonizingly long wait for one of our absolute most looked forward to movies in some time, The Woman in Black, is almost over. To tide you over until the film's release, we have a new bit of artwork that revels in shadowy darkness.
British writer/director James Watkins first made his mark on the horror genre with the shocking thriller Eden Lake in 2008, after which he wrote the 2010 sequel The Descent 2. Now Watkins has returned to the genre he loves to helm the feature film adaptation of Susan Hill's classic tale The Woman in Black for CBS Films and iconic production house Hammer Films.
Yet another behind-the-scenes featurette for the upcoming The Woman in Black has landed online, this one entitled "Daniel Radcliffe Is Arthur Kipps", and of course we have it right here for your viewing pleasure.
It's a good thing we're only two weeks away from the release of The Woman in Black because as much as we're looking forward to it as also how much we're trying to avoid spoilers. But that's not keeping up from checking out these three new stills that landed in our inbox today... will you do the same?
Who's ready for a bit of international flavor to go along with the upcoming spookshow known as The Woman in Black? Come on! Be brave! It's not like we're going to ask you to eat a live squid or something (damn you, Oldboy, for forever burning that image into our brains)!