The Woman in Black 1989
Based on the Susan Hill novel of the same name, The Woman in Black is a stunning example of terror firmly founded on solid performances, carefully constructed atmosphere and chilling imagery.

In 1920s London, mild-mannered solicitor and family man Arthur Kidd (Rawlins) is sent by his firm to handle the estate of a late client, one Alice Drablow. When he arrives at the small town near the isolated moor estate of Ms. Drablow, Arthur stops to save a young gypsy girl from certain death by a wooden cart and is confronted with the unnerving sight of a woman in black (Moran) standing in the street, glaring malevolently at him with red-rimmed eyes. That night, miles away from any other human beings, Arthur settles into the Drablow house and goes through the personal effects. However, he has also incurred the wrath of the ghostly woman in black, who intends to pay Arthur back for the life he stole from her. And when he steps outside and looks at the empty moor, he repeatedly hears the horrifying sound of a horse carriage crashing, following by a child's hysterical screaming...
What follows is not for those who intend to have a good night's sleep.

Director: Herbert Wise
Cast: Adrian Rawlins, Bernard Hepton, David Daker, Pauline Moran
Country: United Kingdom
Genre: Horror, Mystery

BD50 | 1080i AVC | 01:42:18 | 40.9 Gb + 3% rec
Language: English
Subtitles: English

* The Film: Original 1.37:1 version
* The Film: Widescreen 1.78:1 version
- Audio Commentary on the 1.37:1 version with Mark Gatiss, Andy Nyman and Kim Newman (2020)
- Image Gallery (1:35)