'The Woman in Black' -- 3 stars

<b>PG-13; 1:36 running time</b><br><br>
Harry Potter finally behind him, Daniel Radcliffe has chosen a different sort of supernatural fantasy to launch his film career as an adult. In the 1920s, a London solicitor named Arthur Kipps is sent north to a grim, moist residence known as Eel Marsh House in order to settle the affairs of its recently deceased owner. Years earlier the recluse, Alice Drablow, lost her little boy in a drowning accident in the nearby marsh. His cries for help can be heard, still. With the help of a kindly but not entirely forthcoming local landowner (Ciaran Hinds) and his grieving wife (Janet McTeer), Kipps learns the truth of the village of Crythin Gifford, having to do with a startling fatality rate for its young people and the title specter, whom Kipps spies in suitably eerie locations. -- Michael Phillips<br><br>Read the full <a href=http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/movies/sc-mov-0201-woman-in-black-20120202,0,4758684.column>"The Woman in Black" movie review</a>

PG-13; 1:36 running time

Harry Potter finally behind him, Daniel Radcliffe has chosen a different sort of supernatural fantasy to launch his film career as an adult. In the 1920s, a London solicitor named Arthur Kipps is sent north to a grim, moist residence known as Eel Marsh House in order to settle the affairs of its recently deceased owner. Years earlier the recluse, Alice Drablow, lost her little boy in a drowning accident in the nearby marsh. His cries for help can be heard, still. With the help of a kindly but not entirely forthcoming local landowner (Ciaran Hinds) and his grieving wife (Janet McTeer), Kipps learns the truth of the village of Crythin Gifford, having to do with a startling fatality rate for its young people and the title specter, whom Kipps spies in suitably eerie locations. -- Michael Phillips

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