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The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death (2014)

PG-13 | | Drama, Horror, Thriller | 2 January 2015 (USA)
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40 years after the first haunting at Eel Marsh House, a group of children evacuated from WWII London arrive, awakening the house's darkest inhabitant.

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Merryn Pearse ...
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Woman in Tube
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Jean Hogg
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Flora
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Casper Allpress ...
Fraser
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James
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Ruby
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Tom
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Alfie
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Thomas Arnold ...
Man at Train Station
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Dr. Rhodes
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40 years after Arthur Kipps' experience at Eel Marsh house, a group of children under the care of two women, escaping from war-torn London, arrive to the house and become the next target for the ghost of Jennette Humfrye, otherwise known as The Woman in Black. With the help of a fellow soldier, the women and children must fend off the spirit of Jennette Humfrye, and end her presence once and for all. Written by brandonborbath

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She never forgives. She never forgets. She never left.

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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Rated PG-13 for some disturbing and frightening images, and for thematic elements | See all certifications »

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2 January 2015 (USA)  »

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The Woman in Black 2  »

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$15,000,000 (estimated)

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$15,027,415 (USA) (2 January 2015)

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$26,496,583 (USA) (13 March 2015)
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The woman in black is referred to here as an angel of death. This is a direct contrast to the heroine Eve, whose name means "life giver" and is portrayed as a warm and loving mother figure. See more »

Goofs

In the last shot of Miss Parkins and the boy walking down the street, one of the paving slabs has a small black strip in the middle with the letters "CATV" written on it. Cable television was not available in the late 1940s. See more »

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Hermit Jacob: Died on Sunday, seen on Monday.
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Jennet Humfrye Nursery Rhyme
Composed by Jack C. Arnold
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As with the first film (Hammer, not BBC) the star was the set designs.
1 February 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have not scanned all the reviews, but in the case that that none have praised the splendid set designs, I wish to do so here. It is evident that much thought went into the sets and the props for this movie, just like in the first; and I was completely convinced that I was seeing Eel Marsh house and Crythin Gifford forty years after Arthur Kipps. The dismal and melancholy atmosphere was much less in the sequel, but perhaps this was because of the size of the cast. If Hammer would undertake to produce remakes of the excellent BBC M.R. James stories, I would welcome such enthusiastically. And if Susan Hill were to pick up her pen again and weave another story involving remote and lonely British locales, ruined or dilapidated houses, and nineteenth century tragedies haunting the present day, I would be transported!


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