i walked down when all the lights with out "what the fudgepants?" i said i fell and something grab my ankle "AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH" i scream
"ELIZABETH" i heard my dad i wan't to say dad but then it cover my mouth i bite it and i scream again i heard footsteps but i past out
i ran and ran i worried about her i got there and she seem alive when she got up i ran and gave her a hug for thank god she's alive! "dad-hurting me" she said i finally
"you look so much like your mother-" i stop i look at Elizabeth "bye Joseph" she gave him a hug "bye bye" he said "BYE" she yelled as we got on the train
"i miss him already" Elizabeth said i laughed
"dad it's okay if u mention mom" Elizabeth
i looked at her i bet down on knee and held both hands "its just i don't want to hurt you" i said looking in to her hazel eyes "okay what eve you say" she said the train blow we grabbed our suitcase and headed to the train we met a man name Sam daily we both said hello Elizabeth went somewhere i worried...
The Woman in Black is a 2012 horror-thriller film directed by James Watkins and written by Jane Goldman, and is based on Susan Hill's novel of the same name. It is produced by Hammer Film Productions. The film stars Daniel Radcliffe, Ciarán Hinds, Janet McTeer, Sophie Stuckey, and Liz White. It was released in the United States and Canada on 3 February 2012 to generally positive reviews, and was released in the United Kingdom on 10 February 2012.
The film opens with a shot of three girls having tea and playing with dolls, who then simultaneously look at a...
A heritage horror so classical it almost veers towards camp, this unashamedly old-fashioned ghost story benefits from Radcliffe’s committed performance and Watkins’ willingness to do anything for a scare.