The 10 Most Unsettling Images from the New Teaser for The Woman in Black

The logline for The Woman in Black, Daniel Radcliffe's first post-Harry Potter film, is as follows: "While taking care of a deceased client's estate, a young lawyer encounters a mysterious woman dressed in black and uncovers a tragic secret." Sounds typical? What that neglects to tell you, however, is that The Woman in Black features enough creepy dolls, creepy photographs and creepy images to give you day terrors. (Are "day terrors" a thing? They should be.) Click through to watch the scariest trailer of the week/month and to check out its 10 most unsettling images.

VERDICT: Daniel needs to unleash his Patronus up in this piece.

The Woman in Black hits theaters on Feb. 3, 2012. Click here to launch a gallery of the trailer's scariest images... if you dare.

[via Yahoo!]


  • ZebedeeDooDah says:

    Looks plenty scary, but I think the scariest part was the CBS Films logo. If they weren't just the distributors I'd be really worried.

  • Tommy Marx says:

    Have to agree with Zebe - as soon as I saw the CBS Films logo, I almost stopped watching.
    Last image was the best. It didn't scare me, but it did creep me out.

  • j'accuse! says:

    Yeah, reminds me too much of family holidays in Scotland, except with bees. Not the bees!

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    • collette rothnie says:

      i like the way the dolls were use to influnce the feeling of fear. i myself am doing my ma at Preston UNCLA were i am reseaching into the influence of the doll on man kind. i would be intrester to no why the dolls from the victorian times were used i do recornise that some OF the dolls are French are these orginals or reprodutions.