Ginger Nuts of Horror
THE WOMAN IN BLACK:
ANGEL OF DEATH
AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD ON 6TH JULY,
ON BLU-RAY™ AND DVD ON 13TH JULY
“One of British cinema’s scariest creations” – Sky Movies
“You won’t sleep for weeks” – Closer Online
“Terrifying” – Cosmopolitan
The Woman in Black: Angel of Death is the must-see sequel to the most successful British horror film of recent times, The Woman In Black. Don’t miss this year’s most terrifying horror when The Woman in Black: Angel of Death arrives to download on 6th July 2015 and on Blu-ray™ and DVD on 13th July 2015, courtesy of Entertainment One.
This haunting ghost story features standout performances from Phoebe Fox (One Day, A Poet In New York) as teacher Eve Parkins; Helen McCrory (Skyfall, Hugo) as headmistress Jean Hogg; Jeremy Irvine (War Horse, The Railway Man) as RAF pilot Harry Burnstow; and Oaklee Pendergast (The Impossible, Wer) as young school boy evacuee, Edward. England, 1941. With London in the midst of the blitz, a group of children, led by their young teacher Eve (Fox) and hardened headmistress Jean (McCrory), are evacuated to the abandoned Eel Marsh House. With the aid of RAF pilot Harry (Irvine) they seek safety from the bombs in the remote coastal location, however the group instead find themselves facing an evil far more frightening when their arrival awakens the Woman in Black.
Look out for a series of special interviews on Ginger Nuts of Horror with the stars and director of Woman In Black: Angel of Death. The interviews will go live in Monday 13 July 2013
She never forgives. She never forgets. She never left. Prepare to sleep with one eye open when THE WOMAN IN BLACK: ANGEL OF DEATH is available to download on 6th July 2015 and comes to Blu-ray™ and DVD from 13th July 2015, courtesy of Entertainment One.
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The dark modern fairy tale tells of a woman who has the uncanny ability to appear to each man as his heart's desire.
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In a coastal town on the Outer Carolina Banks, David Ribault and Merrill Poulnot are trying to revive their stale relationship and commit to marriage, and a slick developer claiming to be related to a historic town hero, Rawson Steele, has come to town and is buying up property. Steele makes a romantic advance on Merrill and an unusual 5 a.m appointment outside of town with David. But Steele is a no-show, and at the time of the appointment everyone in the town disappears, removed entirely from our space and time to a featureless isolated village - including Merrill and her young son. David searches desperately but all seems lost for Steele is in the other village with Merrill.
Based on the the opening chapter this appears to be a great mix of Lost with Bradbury like menace.
Now this looks like it could be a very quirky horror comedy.
Beneath the perfect manners and petticoats, Miss Meadows harbours a dark secret. When she’s not teaching at the local elementary school or tending to her garden, she’s moonlighting as a gun-wielding vigilante who teaches justice in her spare time, killing her victims if they refuse to repent.
With blood on her hands and dark secrets to hide, a local sheriff soon becomes involved in hunting down the ruthless murderer, not knowing that the person who he is after is the woman he has fallen in love with.
With a complicated past full of real life nightmares, Miss Meadows is anything but sweet when it comes to dishing out lessons and the town’s criminals soon learn that teachers are always right!
Starring Katie Holmes (Batman Begins, Dawson’s Creek (TV), Phone Booth), Jean Smart (Sweet Home Alabama, 24 (TV), Fargo (TV)), and James Badge Dale (The Departed, World War Z, Iron Man 3)
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