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Full plot revealed for Hammer's sequel The Woman in Black: Angels of Death!

06.13.2012by: Jared Pacheco

So I recently had the chance to tap Hammer's THE WOMAN IN BLACK and I've got to say... I was pleasantly surprised. Now I was expecting a few chills from this one and I'd be willing to say it delivered. With that being said, you can bet I'm stoked for the flick's sequel!

Now we already know that Hammer are working on a WOMAN IN BLACK sequel titled THE WOMAN IN BLACK: ANGELS OF DEATH. We also know WOMAN IN BLACK author Susan Hill will be working with Hammer, Alliance Films and Cross Creek Pictures on ANGELS OF DEATH, which is said to continue the story of The Woman in Black 40 years later. Jon Croker will be penning the sequel with Roy Lee of Vertigo Entertainment executive producing.

What we don't know is the rundown for ANGELS OF DEATH, but that changes today! Check it:

Seized by the government and converted into a military mental hospital during World War II, the sudden arrival of disturbed soldiers to Eel Marsh Harsh has awoken its darkest inhabitant. Eve, a beautiful young nurse, is sent to the house to care for the patients but soon realizes she must save them from more than their own demons. Despite Eve’s efforts to stop her, one by one they fall victim to the Woman in Black.

So we're basically talking the same film expect with crazy soldiers instead of little kids? Hell I'm down! As long as this shite taps my spine like the first one did I'm along for the ride. No other details on THE WOMAN IN BLACK: ANGELS OF DEATH are available but you can bet we'll pass along any updates that roll our way.

Extra Tidbit: What was the last genuinely creepy flick you've seen?
Source: Hammer

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10:34AM on 06/14/2012
Really liked the first one, it seemed like hammer films was back on the right tracks at last. Instead of doing old fashionned dracula, werewolves, frankenstein movies like what we fans expect from them, they already greenlight a non wanted sequel, who needs this? Come on guys, cast daniel day lewis and make a new baroque dracula movie again with amazing matte paintings like you used to!
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Really liked the first one, it seemed like hammer films was back on the right tracks at last. Instead of doing old fashionned dracula, werewolves, frankenstein movies like what we fans expect from them, they already greenlight a non wanted sequel, who needs this? Come on guys, cast daniel day lewis and make a new baroque dracula movie again with amazing matte paintings like you used to!
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7:19PM on 06/13/2012
Angels of Death departs too far from the plot of The Woman in Black. Jennet (the Woman in Black) was after children, and her curse was specifically upon the town's children. Are the ailing soldiers the town's grown children? And, even if they were, Jennet kills children, and this character aspect makes her story scay indeed. How did we movie-goers react to that opening scene or the subsequent child suicides? Such a plot made Hammer's film very memorable and affective (yes, affective with an a).
Angels of Death departs too far from the plot of The Woman in Black. Jennet (the Woman in Black) was after children, and her curse was specifically upon the town's children. Are the ailing soldiers the town's grown children? And, even if they were, Jennet kills children, and this character aspect makes her story scay indeed. How did we movie-goers react to that opening scene or the subsequent child suicides? Such a plot made Hammer's film very memorable and affective (yes, affective with an a). Adult unfortunates are only terrorized horribly by Jennet's ghost. Potentially, shell-shocked soldiers will be scared to heart failure or to suicide by Jennet's ghost. And, watching such events would disturb me greatly. But, I think initially that Hammer strays far from their formula for success. Besides, why call the film Angels of Death if the title does not reference the taking of children (as in the Bible)? We shall see what we shall see.
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5:05PM on 06/13/2012
Loved first movie but agree the ending was meh. I've actually grown to prefer normal happy endings, twist endings have lost their twist with me. Ironically happy endings feel like twist endings now.
Loved first movie but agree the ending was meh. I've actually grown to prefer normal happy endings, twist endings have lost their twist with me. Ironically happy endings feel like twist endings now.
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10:53AM on 06/13/2012

Meh

The first one had great atmosphere but the ending was so bland. Is it bad that people have come to expect some kind of twist or surprise ending? It could have been a lot better, but Daniel Radcliff was really good in it so props to him. The sequel sounds kind of dumb though, will it be the same woman? Why wouldn't they burn the house down after so many people have seen and died because of its occupant? It should be based around a different house and different spirit.
The first one had great atmosphere but the ending was so bland. Is it bad that people have come to expect some kind of twist or surprise ending? It could have been a lot better, but Daniel Radcliff was really good in it so props to him. The sequel sounds kind of dumb though, will it be the same woman? Why wouldn't they burn the house down after so many people have seen and died because of its occupant? It should be based around a different house and different spirit.
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