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Directed by Alexandre Aja.
Ig Perrish wakes up after a night of heavy drinking to find himself a suspect in his girlfriend’s murder…
Horns is a brave piece of film making which not only evades categorisation, but contains yet another bold career choice from an actor defined by them. Daniel Radcliffe has gone from gothic horror adaptation, by way of beats poet bio-pic, with a minor segue into romantic comedy before arriving here.
Adapted from Joe Hill’s novel, Horns deals with personal demons, social perceptions and the need for conformity, ultimately addressing how much we keep hidden from those we love. In many ways it could be considered the bastard child of Jason Reitman’s Men, Women and Children, which uses social media as an allegorical means of achieving the same ends. »
- Gary Collinson
After its first week on release in the UK , Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has surfed to the top of the social network buzz charts, according to Way to Blue.
The blockbuster reboot generated nearly 7,900 comments from Oct 16-22 across social networks in the UK, with 24% of those expressing intent to view.
Brad Pitt tank drama Fury put up a good fight ahead of its UK release (Oct 22) but could not quite match the Turtles, with more than 6,500 comments – 15% of which looked to convert comments into tickets.
Other top performers after a week on release included Robert Downey Jr. drama The Judge, with nearly 3,200 comments; British film Northern Soul, with close to 3,000; and Nicholas Sparks adaptation The Best Of Me, with more than 2,300.
Opening this weekend, Australian chiller The Babadook managed to top 1,650 comments, with 19% daring »
- email@example.com (Michael Rosser)
"There's never been a good time for me to go back when it wouldn't cause some commotion or something," he said. "But hopefully I'll get to do a movie there and then just slip in.
"It's amazing how little disguises help and then how ridiculous you feel once you've been found in a disguise."
He also revealed that his proudest moment has nothing to do with his film roles, but is in fact being taught to dance.
"I was the blankest canvas my dance teacher had ever seen," he said. "He taught me to dance, I owe it all to him.
"I don't boast about stuff generally »
It was announced on pottermore.com today that the "special Halloween treat for Harry Potter fans" will be a new story focusing on the history of the former Hogwarts professor and Ministry of Magic Senior Undersecretary.
The character first appeared in the fifth Harry Potter novel, Order of the Phoenix, and went on to become one of the series' main antagonists. She was played by British actress Imelda Staunton in the film adaptations.
Pottermore writes that: "Umbridge is not only one of the most malicious Potter characters, she is the only person other than Lord Voldemort to leave a permanent physical scar on Harry."
The website also provides a description of the story, which reads: "The new exclusive Jk Rowling content provides a rich, 1,700-word back story about Umbridge's life filled with many new details, »
Three years after the final Harry Potter movie came out, it's fair to say that Daniel Radcliffe has actively distanced himself from the role, taking parts in controversial plays like Equus and provocative movies like Kill Your Darlings. While Dumbeldore is far from the dreary town in Horns, there are a handful of things in Radcliffe's new movie that harken back to his Harry days. The film revolves around Ig Perrish (Radcliffe), a young man who curiously sprouts horns on his head in the wake of his girlfriend's (Juno Temple) mysterious murder. The whole town believes he's guilty of killing the beloved girl, but just when he thinks he's completely screwed, people start behaving really strangely around his horns. It doesn't sound like a Harry Potter movie at all, right? Well, I spotted some evidence to the contrary. There's a big fantasy element. Ig sprouts horns. Horns. Like, from his head. »
Meet the spooky new trailer for Hammer's upcoming The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death...
There are some key faces missing from Hammer's upcoming production, The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death. Following the success of The Woman In Black, there's no Daniel Radcliffe for a start, nor is director James Watkins back behind the camera. Jane Goldman hasn't penned the screenplay this time either.
But then The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death is set to be a different story, set during a different time. Taking place 40 years after the first haunting at Eel Marsh House, this time a bunch of children evacuated during World War II arrive there. And as you might expect, there are spooky goings on.
The folks over at Apple have released the first Us trailer for the upcoming horror sequel The Woman In Black 2: Angel Of Death, which releases over there on the 2nd January. Moving on from the events of the first film, which starred Daniel Radcliffe, this new tale takes place some 40 years later.
Here’s the official synopsis:
Relativity Studios has just released the Official Trailer for the upcoming horror movie, The Woman In Black 2: Angel Of Death. A follow-up to the 2012 hit film starring Daniel Radcliffe, The Woman In Black 2: Angel Of Death takes place in the same house 40 years later when a group of children who are evacuated from London during World War II come to stay and awaken the house’s darkest inhabitants.
Watch the new trailer below. Audiences in the UK can catch this from New Year’s Day.
Source: Apple »
- Paul Heath
“They have no other relatives, so we’re taking them to a house in the country.” Unfortunately for the group of schoolchildren and their teachers leaving a a bomb-pummeled London in 1941, their destination could be more horrific than the violence they flee, as shown in the official trailer for The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death.
The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death will be released in the Us by Relativity Media on January 2nd. From Hammer and eOne, the follow-up to the 2012 Daniel Radcliffe-starring horror film is directed by Tom Harper off a screenplay by Jon Croker that’s partially based on the 1983 novella, The Woman in Black, by author Susan Hill. The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death stars Jeremy Irvine, Helen McCrory, and Phoebe Fox.
“England, 1941 With London in the midst of the blitz, two teachers evacuate a group of »
- Derek Anderson
We had already seen a quick and not very informative preview of Hammer film's upcoming The Woman in Black: Angel of Death and with the movie's release slated for early 2015, the time has come for a good look at the trailer and not surprisingly, it's looking adequately creepy.
Directed by Tom Harper, the movie is based on a story written by Susan Hill, the woman responsible for the original novel, and picks up the story forty years after the events of the first movie, in the same creepy house that drove Daniel Radcliffe's Arthur Kipps to the brink. This time around the evil spirit is awakened by a group of children who are evacuated from London during WWII. Poor kids; they leave one [Continued ...] »
The sequel takes place in the same house 40 years later when a group of children who are evacuated from London during World War II come to stay and awaken the house’s darkest inhabitants.
- Michelle McCue
2012′s The Woman in Black was based on Susan Hill’s novel of the same name, and went on to become the highest grossing British horror film in over two decades, giving the revival of Hammer Film Productions a suitable jolt after some middling financial success with the likes of Let Me In and The Resident. 2015′s Angel of Death is not based on another Hill novel, but the author has had input into the story of the sequel, which is set many years later and does not feature Daniel Radcliffe this time round.
Set forty years after the events of The Woman in Black, Angel of Death sees a group of schoolchildren and teachers taking refuge in the abandoned Eel Marsh House, having been evacuated from London to the countryside during the Blitz of World War II. One by one, the children begin acting strangely and the adults discover »
- Josh Slater-Williams
We have a new full trailer for Hammer's upcoming haunted house horror film, The Woman in Black: Angel of Death for you to check out. The movie features a whole new cast that includes Jeremy Irvine (War Horse), Helen McCrory (Skyfall), and Phoebe Fox (Switch). It also tells a new story that is set in the same creepy haunted house from the first film that starred Daniel Radcliffe. The trailer has a nice and scary tone, and this sequel looks like it's going to be a great horror flick. Like the first film, this one seems like a supernatural thriller that is going to mess with your head. I love watching horror films like this that have the old-school feel, where they don't rely heavily on special effects and blood to scare audiences. Here's a description of the story:
England, 1941. With London in the midst of the blitz, two teachers »
- Joey Paur
Half the fun of The Woman in Black was seeing what Daniel Radcliffe could do post-Harry Potter so when The Woman in Black: Angel of Death was announced and Radcliffe wasn’t attached, I couldn’t help but think, what’s the point? Woman in Black is a fine film, but there’s nothing particularly mind blowing about the Eel Marsh legend and, sure enough, the Woman in Black: Angel of Death trailers have failed to impress. However, we just got a brand new international edition and it actually suggests that the sequel might have some potential. Whereas the previous promos are rather thin and reliant on jump scares, this one offers up more story details. The London blitz actually serves as an interesting backdrop and is a believable reason for why anyone would stay at that creepy old house. Hit the jump to check out The Woman in Black: Angel of Death »
- Perri Nemiroff
It seems the resident ghoul of Eel Marsh House is back with a vengeance (or, depending on how you look at it, never left without fully exacting it) as Hammer Film Productions has debuted a new full-length trailer for Tom Harper’s upcoming horror sequel, The Woman in Black: Angel of Death.
Starring Jeremy Irvine, Phoebe Fox and Leanne Best as the titular and indeed malevolent spirit, Angel of Death will take place forty years after the events of the 2012 original and thrust the aforementioned characters in to the midst of World War II. It’s during this time that Eel Marsh House is serving as a temporary bomb shelter — although given what’s lurking beneath the crumbling exterior, I would have rather taken my chances with the Nazi bombers.
Without The Boy Who Lived to cast any stupefy spells — now that Daniel Radcliffe has his slate full with the »
- Michael Briers
A new trailer for The Woman in Black: Angel of Death has been unveiled.
The sequel is set four decades after the events of Daniel Radcliffe's 2012 film.
Angel of Death takes place during the Second World War as Eel Marsh House is seized by the government and converted into a military mental hospital.
As more and more patients fall victim to the Woman in Black, young nurse Eve (Fox) realises that she must save them from more than just their own demons.
The Woman in Black became the UK's most successful horror film of all time when it was released in January 2012.
The sequel is due to be released on January 30, 2015 in the Us and February 13, 2015 in the UK. »
The first teaser trailer for The Woman in Black: Angel of Death left a lot to the imagination, mainly because it was so damn dark! Thankfully, someone turned on the lights for this latest international trailer which gives us a much better sense of what is going on in Eel Marsh house this time round. Time will tell how well this sequel will be received with the Daniel Radcliffe factor removed, but so far so good, as this trailer packs in a hell of a lot of atmosphere and creepy moments. Check it out below. Released: January 1st 2015 (Irl/U.K.)/ January 2nd 2015 (U.S.) Synopsis: Forty years after the first haunting at Eel Marsh House, a group of children evacuated from WWII London arrive, awakening the house's darkest inhabitant. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Tom White)
We've had a couple teaser trailers for The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, but today comes the first full trailer for the upcoming UK release while I have to assume the first domestic trailer will arrive sometimes this week as well if not later today as it will probably show in front of Ouija this weekend. Set for release on January 2, 2015, The Woman in Black 2 is the sequel to the 2012 release which starred Daniel Radcliffe, who isn't returning for this one. Instead it will be Jeremy Irvine (War Horse), Helen McCrory (Skyfall) and Phoebe Fox (Switch) leading the charge in the 1941-set story, beginning as London is in the midst of the blitz, and two teachers evacuate a group of schoolchildren to the abandoned Eel Marsh House. Seeking safety from the bombs in the remote coastal location, the group instead find themselves facing an evil far more frightening »
- Brad Brevet
"I think you should keep your visions to yourself." Following Daniel Radcliffe's unfortunate dealings with the haunted Eel Marsh House in The Woman in Black, a new group of victims will feel the terror in the sequel The Woman in Black: Angel of Death. After being evacuated out of London in the midst of the historical blitz, two teachers bring a group of school children to the house for refuge. But instead, they awaken the horrors within, which prompts creepy kids laughing, gross old dolls, rocking chairs moving by themselves, and all sorts of other cliches. There's some scary elements, but this doesn't look all that great. Here's the full UK trailer for Tom Harper's The Woman in Black: Angel of Death from eOne: And here's a different Us trailer for The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, originally from Apple: You can watch the original UK teaser »
- Ethan Anderton
Looks like Harry Potter won't be able to stop her this time. Despite the absence of original star Daniel Radcliffe, Hammer and Entertainment One have unveiled a startling new full UK trailer for their sequel The Woman in Black: Angel of Death that looks to pack the same old school punch that the 2012 chiller did. Check it out below!
The post The New UK Trailer for The Woman in Black: Angel of Death appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »
- Max Evry
Looks like Harry Potter won't be able to stop her this time. Despite the absence of original star Daniel Radcliffe, Hammer and Entertainment One have unveiled a startling new full UK trailer for their sequel The Woman in Black: Angel of Death that looks to pack the same old school punch that the 2012 chiller did. Check it out below! »
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