First Woman In Black: Angel Of Death Promo Art Features Ghosts, Gas Masks, And Nazis

What should you do if you acquire a house with a horrible history of tragedy that is reputedly haunted by a homicidal ghost? Why, convert it into a mental asylum of course!  It;s a twofer.

That’s the plot of The Woman in Black sequel Angel of Death, anyway. The film is currently in pre-production and the producers are fishing for potential financiers at the American Film Market this week, which means that we get to see some of the bait that they’re dangling off their metaphorical hook. Namely, an official blurb and the first piece of promo art.

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.

One might question how therapeutic an environment this new mental hospital is, considering that its built upon a tiny, remote scrap of land surrounded on all sides by deadly marshlands and thick fog, and the only thoroughfare to the rest of civilization is completely flooded for a good portion of each day. Also, as mentioned before, it also has a child-murdering ghost who spends most of her day concocting elaborate jump scares.

The script was written by Jon Croker, a story editor for the first film, and will be directed by Tom Harper. We’ve also heard talk that Susan Hill, author of the original book, will be involved as a consultant. Hammer have also stated that they’re planning a whole series of Woman in Black films, and that there’s a possibility of a small returning role for Daniel Radcliffe in Angel of Death.

Check out this promo art, published over at Horror Movies, and take a guess at why so many children are being brought to a military mental hospital.

Hunter_title_screen

Tread Perilously Podcast — Hunter: Love, Hate, And Sporty James

David Cameron, The Pig And Jeremy Corbyn In This Week’s 2000AD

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (2015-) 006-019

It Wasn’t Just Moon Girl Who Didn’t Want Her To Be Inhuman – Her Creators Didn’t Either… (Not Initially)

4 Turtles Walk Into A Second Printing…

Civil War Vs DC Rebirth Vs Final Days – It’s Getting Hectic On Advance Reorders

Screen Shot 2016-04-27 at 1.14.31 PM

Bring Out The Tissues: Three Reasons Why You Should Read Saga #36

Nyssa Al Ghul Attempts To Offer Her Condolences In A Clip From Tonight’s Arrow

ImagePlus

All This For $1.99: Blown Away By Image+

GalleryComics_1920x1080_20160427_BG_Cv51_56f33d13d08912.24209331

Things Are Changing For Batgirl…And I Like It.

Dr Who

Interviewing Doctor Who’s Mike Collins About Now Working On The Show, Comics Today And The One Hero He’d Jump To Write On