Watch: Back to Eel Marsh House in 'Woman in Black 2' Full UK Trailer
"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 trailer for The Woman in Black: Angel of Death right here.
The Woman in Black: Angel of Death is directed by Tom Harper (The Swarm) with a script by Jon Croker (Desert Dancer) and a story from the original book's author Susan Hill. In 1941 England, the city of 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 when their arrival awakens the Woman in Black. The film hits the United Kingdom on January 1st, 2015 in the New Year, and the United States on January 2nd, 2015. Scary?
I always want to be in the head of someone who writes or films a cliché as bad as the rocking chair or opening door. Doesn't anyone confront them about this, and say "Umm that's old crap that will make your movie bad"? Not to mention a long pause followed by a scream/orchestra hit. On the other hand, the house being full of children is a bit intriguing at least. Still don't want to see it.
OfficialJab on Oct 22, 2014
Because people eat up cliches. I bet you nine times out of ten the movies are pitched and written this way, not because they are written by retards, but because creepy rocking chairs sell.
Jon Odishaw on Oct 22, 2014
Wait... there's a sequel? And with no Daniel Radcliffe? Well, good luck with that then.
avconsumer2 on Oct 22, 2014
Look ok. I liked Radcliffe in the first one. This looks like just another straight to video release.
DAVIDPD on Oct 22, 2014
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