The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death


Action / Drama / Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 21%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 27%
IMDb Rating 4.9 10 22193


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Helen McCrory as Jean Hogg
Jeremy Irvine as Harry Burnstow
Phoebe Fox as Eve Parkins
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1hr 38 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Anna Marie 9 / 10

Not scary, but interesting

I personally enjoyed the movie very much. It wasn't too scary but it was interesting. If you like a ghost with a back story this is your movie.. Also if you are a young lady a certain fellow is quite darling. It also has a sort of interesting development of the main character as you learn more about her.

This movie is not full of action or gore, in fact it's quite simple. Though you are kept thoughtful and wondering. The movie is like a puzzle and you are trying to figure out who lives and who will die.

I loved it. I loved the year it was placed in and I loved the child actors. But if you want a very enthralling horror movie, this is not it. It's more of a mystery type with a little romance thrown in.

Reviewed by hell-cat-1 1 / 10

Please don't waste your time or money on this!!!!

I usually never write movie reviews but after watching this pathetic excuse for a horror movie, I felt obliged to warn people. I mistakenly went to see this movie even after reading all the bad reviews on here, as I thought it couldn't possibly be all that bad and would at the very least be a somewhat scary horror film. Boy was I wrong! There is absolutely NOTHING scary at all about this movie. It relies completely on out of context jump scares to get any kind of reaction from its audience, which is nothing short of pathetic. The storyline is ridiculous and nonsensical, the characters are stupid, as are their actions, there is absolutely no creepy atmosphere or build up and at the end, you don't give a crap what happens to anyone in the movie. Even the hour and a half run- time is painful to sit through, you just can't wait for it to end it is so uneventful and boring. The worst part is that the jump scares come completely out of nowhere at times, there isn't even a buildup so you don't even get scared. It's just a mild shock and then nothing again. The woman in black herself isn't even scary in this one. They really shouldn't have bothered and I feel totally ripped off going to see this. There was no effort put into this movie whatsoever, which is a shame as the first movie was decent and a very effective horror. There is so much one (with talent) could do with the premise, the woman in black character is scary and a child dying every time someone sees her is a very creepy idea. An idea which they forgot about until halfway through this movie. Please, please stay away from this cliché ridden mess!!! This movie solely relies on constant jump scares and creepy child ghosts (which didn't at all feature in the first movie) in order to be scary and fails miserably on every level. As a horror fan, it's a very sad time when horror (sequels) are now being made without the horror with no effort whatsoever just to cash in the original.

Reviewed by egankim 1 / 10

Crap scares, crap lighting, crap film.

Oh dear oh dear HAMMER..where do I start with this appalling bit of unimaginative garbage. Lets says a few words for the actors because they are the only good thing in the whole film. They struggle and probably held back their laughter at some of the appalling lines that had to be delivered, and Helen McCrory, why Helen why?? You're an excellent actress especially on stage and you've severely wasted your talent here, your reputation can only be damaged by agreeing to be in this poor excuse for a film.

Did they dig up a BBC TV cinematographer who lit an episode of Dr Who in the 1980's??? It was like a watching some lousy cheap xmas special that was knocked out within few days and ZERO thought was given to "atmospheric lighting", this is a meant to be a horror film, you have to create atmosphere to keep the mood of the film, to keep an audience scared, enthralled, intrigued, and most importantly make it look COMMERCIAL, not light it in the style of below par art house knock off for a personal showreel, having lens flares and portions of the frame out of focus do not make you artistic DUMMY, they make you look incompetent which this DOP is, did this person just sleep their way through the project, did this silly DOP think for more than 5 minutes, are they capable of one creative thought in their brain?? What on earth is Hammer thinking when they are making a sequel to the biggest hit they've had in years and they employ talentless unimaginative incompetents like this??

Just look across the pond at the US horror films, some may be bad but pretty much all of them at this budget level all look slick, moody, atmospheric and COMMERCIAL not sub par art house.

Now lets get on to the director, never heard of him before but again this person shows such a deep lack of understanding of the horror genre that you'd think he just stumbled on the set by accident from a heavy night out and started directing this silly piece of nonsense. He keeps using a scare technique that when you see it the first time you think OK, not bad but then he goes on to repeat it about 11 times more, and by the 11th time you think. PLEASE STOP, GET A CLUE! Along with the useless DOP who probably dominated the director with their appalling shots, this director was just walking through the production for the pay check, hang your head in shame, this was a chance of taking the franchise in new directions but its wasted by a lack of imagination of the horror genre.

In summation, this film could have been so good but Hammer in their haste to cash in have misfired and shot themselves in the foot, backside and face.


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