Tag: The Woman in Black

The Woman in Black is a 1983 gothic horror novel by Susan Hill. It has been adapted to theatre, television and film.

The Woman in Black 2012 REVIEW

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The Woman in Black 2012, the big-screen adaptation of the Susan Hill ghost novel, was released 10 years ago this month. HEATHER ANDOLINA takes a look back on the spooky classic.

The Woman In Black 1989 Blu-Ray REVIEW

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The Woman In Black 1989 Blu-Ray version is finally here with a very welcome restoration. RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES revisits a true classic ghost story.

The Woman in Black: How Susan Hill’s ghost story has evolved

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The Woman in Black was a big-screen sensation from Hammer Films, starring Daniel Radcliffe. in 2012
BARRY McCANN traces how the saga of The Woman in Black has evolved from book to big screen

The Woman in Black Facts: 10 Things You Didn’t Know

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KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARDS tracks down some fun The Woman in Black facts, about the Susan Hill penned horror 2012 adaptation starring Daniel Radcliffe

The Woman in Black Angel of Death 2015 REVIEW

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PAUL ADAMS reviews The Woman in Black Angel of Death 2015

The Woman in Black 1989 TV REVIEW

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The Woman in Black 1989
NIA JONES takes a look at the original television movie, The Woman in Black 1989

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