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January 2, 2015
Director: James Marsh
Running time: 123 mins
The Woman in Black: Angel of Death
Director: Tom Harper
Running time: 98 mins
Director: Alejandro González Iñárritu
Running time: 119 mins
Director: Paul Schrader
Running time: 92 mins
Director: Denis Villeneuve
Running time: 90 mins
January 9, 2015
Director: Olivier Megaton
Running time: Tbc
Director: Bennett Miller
Running time: 134 mins
Director: Rob Marshall
Running time: 125 mins
January 16, 2015
Director: Clint Eastwood
Running time: 132 mins
Director: James Kent
Starring: Alicia Vikander, »
Seeking to escape the Nazi bombings of London in the early 1940’s, Eve, Jean, and the orphaned children in their care head to the Eel Marsh House, unaware that the home is more dangerous than the bomb-blasted streets from which they fled. With The Woman in Black 2 Angel of Death hitting theaters on January 2nd, Relativity has provided us with a prize pack to give away to one lucky Daily Dead reader.
“When a group of orphaned children are forced to move from their home in London, caretakers Eve (Phoebe Fox) and Jean (Helen McCrory) bring everyone to the desolate and eerie British countryside. 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 »
- Derek Anderson
All of us at Icons of Fright love to throw things your way, and thanks to the gang at Relativity Media and their upcoming film, The Woman In Black 2 Angel Of Death (hitting theaters January 2nd), we’ve got a good one for ya. One of you lucky Icons of Fright readers is about to get your hands on one hell of a prize pack, loaded with some great items, and it’s absolutely free and easy to enter. Information on how to enter is below, but first, be sure to check out the newest trailer for the upcoming sequel to the 2012’s The Woman In Black, because this one looks like it could very well be a fun one!
- Jerry Smith
The Woman In Black was based on a bestselling novel that had been turned into a sell-out West End play before it reached our screens. After all that exposure, audiences might have had an inkling of what to expect (some mighty frights, an icy apparition, a trip to the cardiologist the next day) and when to expect it. But Hammer’s sequel, The Woman In Black: Angel of Death, comes with no such preamble (although it does have a Martyn Waites-penned novel) and little warning of what’s in store. Scary and unsettling are the watchwords, as this new clip from the film portends. brightcove.createExperiences();All that said, there is plenty of shared DNA between the two films. James Watkins has been succeeded by fellow Brit Tom Harper in the director’s chair, but novelist Susan Hill again brought her imagination to bear helping screenwriter Jon Croker devise the story. »
Going to the cinemas in 2014 was part emotional, part uproarious, and part interstellar thrill ride – there were a lot of movies to see this past year.
The everlasting bond between a parent and a child, courageous real life heroes, superheroes – past, present and future and their gripping stories of bravery graced the silver screen as well as our year ends lists. As a collective audience, we cried with them, we laughed with them and we cheered for them.
With the 323 films eligible for Best Picture at the upcoming 87th Academy Awards, have a look back at the movie-going experiences that was 2014.
We Are Movie Geeks presents our Top 10 films of 2014.
Let us know your favorites by adding your top 10 films in our comments section below.
Honorable Mention – Nightcrawler
Nightcrawler imparts a healthy amount »
- Movie Geeks
“In the marsh lies a house… abandoned for years… that hides a darkness beyond all fears.” You may have wandered the halls of the haunted Eel Marsh House with Daniel Radcliffe in 2012’s The Woman in Black, and soon you can ring in the new year by returning to the creepy confines of the countryside home in The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death, the 1940’s-set sequel from Hammer that is eerily teased in a new poster.
“During the London bombings of World War II, school teachers Eve Parkins (Phoebe Fox) and Jean Hogg (Helen McCrory) lead a group of children in evacuation to Crythin Gifford, a remote village outside of the city. When the group takes up residence at the Eel Marsh House, 40 years after Arthur Kipps (Daniel Radcliffe) investigated the first haunting, Eve soon realizes they are not alone. The longer they stay in the house, »
- Derek Anderson
The follow up to the 2012 commecial hit The Woman in Black is looking better each day. The trailers are only getting stronger and this first clip is about as magnetic as it gets. We cant anticipate the participation of Daniel Radcliffe (this story actually takes place some 40 years after the events of the first film) but we can prepare ourselves for some classic Hammer visual styles and a few fine scares »
Middle East distributor Front Row Filmed Entertainment has finalized deals for 26 films from the Afm, including Oliver Stone’s Untitled Snowden Project starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Shailene Woodley, action-thriller Blood Father with Mel Gibson and Studio Ghibli’s When Marnie Was There, all from Wild Bunch.
Front Row continued to cement its long-standing relationships with the likes of Protagonist Pictures and HanWay Films, acquiring the former’s upcoming Ben Wheatley action film Free Fire, Rob Zombie’s 31, David Farr-directed horror The Ones Below and the untitled Joshua Marston drama with Rachel Weisz and Michael Shannon.
From HanWay, Front Row secured Thai Boxing action film A Prayer Before Dawn, set to star Charlie Hunnam, The Limehouse Golem, written by Jane Goldman and the Kinks’ biopic You Really Got Me, produced by Jeremy Thomas.
From Embankment »
- email@example.com (Andreas Wiseman)
Relativity Media has begun ramping up the eerie marketing campaign for Tom Harper’s upcoming horror sequel, The Woman in Black: Angel of Death. And today, Shock Till You Drop have published a collection of brand new screens for the film that showcase some of the leading, human stars.
Taking place a full forty years after the events of the Daniel Radcliffe-led original, Angel of Death will see Eel Marsh House transformed into a temporary bomb shelter for those fleeing the cities amidst the chaos of World War II. Starring War Horse‘s Jeremy Irvine, Phoebe Fox and Leanne Best as the titular supernatural entity, Harper’s sequel will chart Fox and Irvine’s attempts to protect the children at the old residence from a vengeful spirit.
Expect thrills and chills aplenty when Angel of Death makes its bow, but one question that fans — and perhaps studio execs »
- Michael Briers
Screen Film Summit: BFI chief executive Amanda Nevill hopes to see market share of British films double in the UK.
Amanda Nevill, the chief executive of the British Film Institute (BFI), has revealed an ambition to see the market share of British films in the UK double to 16%.
Speaking at the Screen Film Summit in London this morning, Nevill said: “The share of UK films in our home theatrical market has been bumping along at around 8% for the past five years with the occasional spike when we have films such as The King’s Speech, The Woman in Black or The Inbetweeners. I don’t think 8% is good enough.
“What would the world look like if that doubled. Imagine the cultural change that would make, imagine the additional opportunity that would make for our aspiring writers, directors, actors. Just imagine the financial benefit that it would bring to indigenous producers and the sector as a whole.”
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Rosser)
Welcome to The Last Horror Blog, a biweekly column on all things horror. Horror News New images from The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death – The holidays aren’t a time of year where we see a lot of new horror films in theaters, but January now rivals October when it comes to fright flicks infiltrating your local multiplex. This year, things kick off with a bang when The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death opens on January 2. The sequel to the Daniel Radcliffe film continues the ominous story of the title character, and our friends at Dread Central have scored some exclusive photos from Hammer’s hot new installment. You can see one of them above, but head on over to DC to see the rest. You won’t regret it. Grindhouse Releasing announces details for...
- Mike Bracken
I mean seriously, why would you even want to go to or worse, live in an abandoned house in the middle of a marsh, evil spirits or not, that’s a very bad idea. Anyway, here’s the trailer for The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death. Starring Daniel Radcliffe, The Woman in Black was a […]
Read There is No Escape from The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death on Filmonic.
The official trailer for The Woman In Black 2: Angel Of Death, the sequel to the 2012 Daniel Radcliffe-led film, Woman In Black is official here. The sequel skips a head a good forty years following the events of the first film, and judging from the trailers, things haven’t gotten any less creepy with time. I personally loved The Woman In Black and though it appears that Radcliffe isn’t returning for the sequel (for obvious reasons that anybody who watched the first film can understand), I still can’t wait to see where the story goes on January 2nd, when Angel Of Death is unleashed from Relativity Studios and Hammer Films. Are you fright fanatics looking forward to this one?
“During the »
- Jerry Smith
Starring Phoebe Fox, Jeremy Irvine and Leanne Best as the titular, vengeful spirit, the follow-up will take place a full forty years after the events of the first film, thrusting the story into the midst of World War II. Now, Eel Marsh House is standing as a temporary bomb shelter for those who have fled the cities, placing Irvine’s pilot front and center as he tries to rescue the residents from the malevolent ghost that stalks the dark and dingy halls.
Two years ago, The Woman in Black proved to be a financial hit and shepherded Daniel Radcliffe out of the looming shadow of Hogwarts with relative ease. How its sequel will fare without Radcliffe’s involvement remains to be seen, but early signs for »
- Michael Briers
Relativity Studios has released a new U.S. trailer for The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, the upcoming sequel to the Daniel Radcliffe-headlined smash hit horror The Woman in Black. Check it out below after the official synopsis…
During the London bombings of World War II, school teachers Eve Parkins (Phoebe Fox) and Jean Hogg (Helen McCrory) lead a group of children in evacuation to Crythin Gifford, a remote village outside of the city. When the group takes up residence at the Eel Marsh House, 40 years after Arthur Kipps (Daniel Radcliffe) investigated the first haunting, Eve soon realizes they are not alone. The longer they stay in the house, the more the awful past of the residence unravels itself and the evil spirit that lurks around them threatens the well-being of the children. With the help of a pilot (Jeremy Irvine), Eve does all that she can to »
- Gary Collinson
The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death has released a new trailer.
The film is set four decades after the events of the Daniel Radcliffe-starring 2012 Woman in Black.
Angel of Death is set during World War II. Eel Marsh House becomes a refuge for teacher Eve (Fox) and her students.
Eve begins to wonder whether they are alone on the island, and slowly becomes aware of a sinister force.
The Woman in Black: Angel of Death released on January 30, 2015 in the Us and February 13, 2015 in the UK. »
The Woman in Black was something of a surprise success — the old-school supernatural thriller had the advantage of surprise, and of Daniel Radcliffe in one of his first post-Potter roles. Radcliffe and the surprise factor are not a part of the sequel, but there’s still a serious creep factor in The Woman in Black […]
The post ‘The Woman in Black 2 : Angel of Death’ Trailer appeared first on /Film. »
- Russ Fischer
A new trailer is now online for Tom Harper’s The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, the next installment of the most successful British horror film of all time. The film stars Jeremy Irvine, Phoebe Fox, Sophie Okonedo, Helen McCrory, and Oaklee Pendergast.
The film is set up in 1941 as bombs rain down on London during the Blitz of World War II, a group of school children are evacuated with Eve, their young and beautiful schoolteacher, to the safety of the English countryside. Taken to an old and empty estate, cut-off by a causeway from the mainland, they are left at Eel Marsh House.
One by one the children begin acting strangely and Eve, with the help of local military commander Harry, »
- Kellvin Chavez
“In the marsh lies a house… abandoned for years… that hides a darkness beyond all fears.” Viewers of 2012’s The Woman in Black have wandered the halls of the haunted Eel Marsh House and they can do so again early next year when Relativity releases Hammer’s The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death to theaters. A new trailer for the 1940’s-set film teases more of the home’s horrors that lurk in the shadows.
“During the London bombings of World War II, school teachers Eve Parkins (Phoebe Fox) and Jean Hogg (Helen McCrory) lead a group of children in evacuation to Crythin Gifford, a remote village outside of the city. When the group takes up residence at the Eel Marsh House, 40 years after Arthur Kipps (Daniel Radcliffe) investigated the first haunting, Eve soon realizes they are not alone. The longer they stay in the house, the more »
- Derek Anderson
"In the marsh lies a house, abandoned for years, there hides a darkness beyond all fears." Following the two full theatrical trailers that debuted last month, another quick tease for the forthcoming horror sequel, The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, has just arrived. It's only a minute long, but there's some solid spooky imagery here, mostly focusing on the group of refugee kids staying in the house encountering various scariness. The first film was a decent entry into gothic horror, but here's hoping the sequel offers something to up the ante a bit and doesn't suffer from the lack of Daniel Radcliffe this time around. Watch below now! Here's the latest trailer for The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, originally from Fandango: Watch the previous full trailers from the United Kingdom and the United States right here. The Woman in Black: Angel of Death is »
- Ethan Anderton
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