The Woman in Black
We make no bones about it: The Woman in Black is one of our favorite ghostly tales here at Dread Central so we're eager to see where the Hammer sequel will be taking our favorite child-snatching spectre. For now, though, the first casting news has come.
This Sunday is Oscar day, but for genre fans it's The Saturn Awards that really matter, and we have the full list of this year's nominees. Although we have to say the horror pickings are rather slim indeed!
BAFTA-nominated Tom Harper (The Scouting Book for Boys, Misfits) will direct The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, the sequel to horror smash The Woman in Black (review), starring Daniel Radcliffe, that was adapted from a Susan Hill story.
We all know that a sequel to the hit Hammer flick The Woman in Black (review here) is well on its way, but the studio seems to be thinking even further ahead than just that. Read on for details.
Hammer's take on the Susan Hill tale The Woman in Black (review here) put them back on the map in a really big way so a sequel was a bit of a no-brainer. Read on for what to expect when Part 2 of this terror tale spreads its wings.
With the upcoming release of the creepy Hammer film The Woman in Black on DVD May 22nd, we thought it would be a good time to look back at some of our favorite frightening women from horror films of the past. Believe me; these aren't your average scream queens. These women bite back...hard!
She's officially on her way home, kids! Lock your doors! Bolt your windows. The insidious spectre of Eel Marsh house is coming in full 1080p! Read on for all the details you need to prepare yourselves!
After scoring major box office dollars worldwide with The Woman in Black (review here), Hammer is gearing up for a sequel! Read on!
"What did they see?" That was the question asked on all of the marketing for The Woman in Black (review here). While we can't answer that question for sure, we can tell you that the flick will be seeing a home video release on May 15th.
While she may have lacked a bit of bite domestically, Hammer's The Woman in Black (review here) has done extremely well in her homeland. Read on for some surprisingly good news.
When a Ghost Rider sequel was announced, most people wondered why. Moviegoers must have been asking the same question judging by the film's middling box office receipts this weekend. Poor Nic Cage might have to sell his soul to Satan to get another hit movie at this point.
Kate Beckinsale in fetish wear drops from ceilings. Super-powered teens go all Columbine. Ghosts terrorize Harry Potter. Liam Neeson beats the crap out of wolves. Movie endings confound. Viewer mail confounds even more so. Plus, film snob douchbaggery, two-headed sharks, men on ledges, and much, much more. Yep. A new edition of DFF is being served.
As a means to help the film continue to kick ass throughout the long President's Day weekend, the good folks over at CBS Films have sent over an exclusive TV spot from The Woman in Black (review here) for you guys to dig on. Check it out!
Did The Rock vs. Jar Jar Binks vs. The Apex Predator vs. Harry Potter Main Event the Box Office Smackdown this Weekend?
The tag team combinations of Channing Tatum & Rachel McAdams and Denzel Washington & Ryan Reynolds may have ruled the record-breaking box office, but for genre fans it was all about The Rock starring in Brendan Fraser’s sloppy seconds, George Lucas’ continuing efforts to wring every last penny out of the Star Wars brand, and round two between a found footage superpowers movie and a Hammer ghost flick starring Harry Potter.