The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death

Synopsis: 40 years after Arthur Kipps' experience at Eel Marsh house, a group of children under the care of two women, escaping from war-torn London, arrive to the house and become the next target for the ghost of Jennette Humfrye, otherwise known as The Woman in Black. With the help of a fellow soldier, the women and children must fend off the spirit of Jennette Humfrye, and end her presence once and for all.
Director(s): Tom Harper
Production: Relativity Media
  2 wins & 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
98 min


What's his name?

- Bear.

- Are you looking after him?

Make sure he doesn't get scared.

I don't know how you do it.

Night after night of this...

and you're still smiling.

You've got to, haven't you?

Now don't take it

off yourself again, all right?

Good morning, headmistress.

Good morning, children.

- Good morning, Miss Parkins.

- You're late.

Sorry. My road

was bombed last night.

Shall we get on the train?

- We're waiting on Edward Lee.

- Oh. I thought he was staying.

Their house was hit.

He's an orphan now.

Here he is.

- Morning.

- Good morning.

Thank you for bringing him

to the station.

It's the least we could do.

Oh, Edward, I'm so, so sorry.

You're gonna come with us now,

away from all this.

He's not said a word since...

- Right, that's it.

- Safe trip.

- Thank you.

- Whistle's blown. Everybody on board.

Thank you, sir.

Right, come along.

Now, stop dawdling.

And stop fiddling with your tag.

Ah, thank you.

Feet off the seats, Alfie.

You must have started young.

- Excuse me?

- To have four children.

They're not mine.

So you've kidnapped them,

have you?

They're evacuees.

Their parents can't leave London.

They have no other relatives, so we're

taking them to a house in the country.

So where are you headed?

If I'm being interrogated,

you could at least tell me your name.

I'm Flying Officer Burnstow,

but you can call me Harry.

I'm Eve.

But you can call me Miss Parkins.

Well, I'm very pleased

to meet you, Miss Parkins.

I'm sure you are.

We're heading to Crythin Gifford.

Really? Me too.

Really? And what

are you going to do there?

Um... I'm a pilot.

That's what they all say.

Sorry. I didn't mean to...

It's fine.

Yep. All right.

- Thank you.

- Mm. Full of character.

Come on, up you get.

Mrs. Hogg, Dr. Rhodes,

Board of Education.

I do apologize for keeping you.

Oh, don't worry, don't worry.

- Terrible mix up.

- Thank you.

It was nice to meet you, Miss Parkins.

I'll visit when I can.

- Please, call me Eve.

- Come along.

We've kept Dr. Rhodes waiting

long enough already. Good night.

- What was that?

- Damn.

- Everybody stay close by.

- Where is everybody?

There's a spare in the back.

I'll give you a hand.

- What is that?

- Why is it staring at us?

It's stuck.

Oh, dear.

Stay by the bus.

- Joyce, look after everyone.

- Just leave it there.




Died on Sunday, seen on Monday.

- Who will be next? It must be you.

- Are you all right?

Died on Sunday, seen on Monday.

Who will die next?

It must be you.

- Don't look. You... You mustn't look.

- Sorry. It's all right.

You mustn't look.

Don't look. You mustn't look.


The mist can

roll in quickly on these marshes.

Can't you put the headlights on full?

Blackout rules still apply here.

But we could come off the road.

We could also be

underneath a German bomber.

If they haven't used

all their bombs on the cities,

they drop 'em on the way back.

Does anybody else

live on the island?

No, it's barren.

The place has been deserted for years.

There it is, Eel Marsh House.

Children's quarters.

- Where are the others?

- Others?

Yes, the others.

The other school parties.

They don't arrive until next week.

You're the first.

- Do you expect us to live like this?

- It's perfectly serviceable.

It's derelict

is what it is, Dr. Rhodes.

My husband is a brigadier

in the army,

and he wouldn't let his men

stay in a place like this,

let alone a group

of schoolchildren.

Granted, it hasn't

been lived in for a while,

but the place will soon

come back to life.

It's not good enough,

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