'Woman in Black' reviewby niagarau
"Harry Potter" star Daniel Radcliffe appears in new horror film
by Erica Miranda Diederich
On Feb. 3, "Woman in Black" opened in theaters, starring former "Harry Potter" icon Daniel Radcliffe.
Radcliffe plays a widowed lawyer, Arthur Kipps, who travels to a remote village to take care of a deceased client's affairs. While in town, Kipps uncovers secrets involving the deaths of many of the town's children, and the mysterious woman seen roaming the town when the deaths occur.
Based on a famous British play, the film "Woman in Black" is sure to scare the pants off many of its viewers. Each scene is filled with surprise and suspense, and has you sitting on the edge of your seat. The story also allows for great character development, which only enhances the bittersweet ending.
To find out what happens, go see "Woman in Black," now playing in theaters everywhere, including Regal Cinemas Hollywood 12 on Niagara Falls Boulevard.