So, anyway, for Christmas my sister Emily gave me the book that The Woman in Black was adapted from, so I read it. It had a few spooky things in it that weren't in the play (and the play had a twist or two that wasn't in the book) but more than anything, when it reminded me of parts of the play that were totally scary I was kind of transported back to the play and, yeah, a few times I got goose bumps. A little. Since I already knew the punchline of the story I don't know how well the book did at delivering a completely spooky experience. Is anyone willing to read this book and then go see the play? I think that would really do you in, scary-wise.
Oh. And now The Woman in Black is going to be a movie, starring Harry Potter. Coming October 28. I'd see it. I will see it.
And it was already a movie back in 1989, too. Haven't seen that. But the whole thing seems to be up on YouTube.