The Woman In Black – Movie Trailer

 Just about two years ago I read Susan Hill’s novella The Man In the Picture. I had some issues with the novella format, and though the story was creepy, I wanted more detail and resolution in the plot. The soon to be released The Woman In Black  is based on a novella  by Susan Hill and this trailer conveys all the creepiness that was promised in my reading of The Man In The Picture. In years past, I’m not sure I’ve been satisfied with the explanations of events offered in most horror movies I’ve seen, but I hope that this one won’t disappoint. The trailer is amazing in that it features all the scary images known to terrify me in childhood – clowns, old gothic looking houses, and scary looking dolls. This is definitely not a picture I plan to see alone!

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  1. This trailer creeps me out every time I see it, which is very promising. I read and enjoyed The Man in the Picture, and I have The Small Hand on my Nook to read sooner rather than later. Definitely want to see this one. And I’m excited to see Dan Radcliffe without Potter glasses. lol

  2. Holy snikeys, this looks terrifying! I am a big baby when it cones to scary stuff, and would want to see this with my husband. Thanks for posting the trailer today. It looks rather interesting!

  3. This preview came on when I watched a movie a couple of months ago, and I nearly tee teed all over myself. I am such a baby and cannot watch movies like this without curling into the fetal position and crying. But I so wish I could watch it. Maybe I could read it instead.

  4. Woman in Black is an old-fashioned movie that comes up with ghost stories. Love this movie also, I’m not really watching on it. Daniel Radcliffe is good in his role .