“A hoot of an old-fashioned British horror film.”
The Hollywood Reporter
“Director James Watkins expertly uses shadows and empty spaces to create a percolating sense of dread.”
The Daily Telegraph
We’re now taking advance bookings for our second screening, THE WOMAN IN BLACK (12A).
The story, based on Susan Hill’s best-selling novel and hit stage play, follows lawyer Arthur Kipps (Daniel Radcliffe, recent graduate of Hogwarts) as he is forced to confront the eponymous nasty menacing a remote community.
The film is the first to be released by the newly resurrected Hammer Films and promises plenty of atmospheric chills in the run up to Halloween.
This is very much a classic ghost story, playing on viewers’ imaginations (hence the film’s 12A rating). What better story to share in a village hall on the edge of an ancient churchyard in our very own unlit ‘remote community’?
We’ll dress the hall in suitably macabre fashion, offer soft drinks and comfort food at reasonable prices (you’ll have to supply your own stiff drink, if that’ll help) and set the open fire if it’s a raw night.
We guarantee you won’t have experienced a movie event quite like this before, so come if you dare. Afterwards we can all head to the Fox & Hounds for communion with spirits of a very different kind (or any other tipple of choice). It promises to be a night to remember, and there’s safety in numbers…
…But get your tickets fast as demand promises to be high! Advance tickets are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or pop into the pub and enquire at the bar.