The Woman In Black (2012)

by on Sep.11, 2012, under Syndicated from the Web

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In hindsight I think that in my review of Hammers Let Me In, I was perhaps too generous in my praise for that film. On hindsight whilst managing to correct some of the mistakes of the Swedish original (getting rid of that awful “cat attack” scene), it was perhaps too American a Hammer film and when re-watched comes across as a bit, well, bland. I didn’t see either The Resident or Wake Wood after


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