'Woman in Black' comes into the light for this unscary sequel

January 2, 2015 12:51 PM

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The first wide release of 2015 is a deathly dull affair, a pointless, passionless ghost story sequel that lacks the one big thing the original film's star provided - empathy. There's no Daniel Radcliffe in "Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death," and thus no reason for it to be made.

This time, the horrors are set in World War II, when a group of British children are evacuated from London during The Blitz. Eight lucky kids are sent beyond the reach of Nazi bombers. But they're deposited in Eel Marsh House, where a ghostly woman still covets the living, luring them to various cre...

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