During afternoon tea, there's a shift in the air. A bone-trembling chill that tells you she's there. There are those who believe that the whole town is cursed. But the house in Marsh is by far the worst.
The Woman in Black - Behind the Haunting.
James Watkins (director): I think people are fascinated by the afterlife. It goes through very interesting arenas to explore and The Woman in Black is a classic ghost-story.
Daniel Radcliffe: After the death of his wife, four years ago, my character Arthur becomes completely detached from the world. He's a lawyer and is sent by his boss to come to Crythin Gifford after the death of Alice Drablow.
Trying to sell Eel Marsh House. You won't find a local buyer.
Daniel Radcliffe: There's that classic motive of someone going into a village and being made as far from welcome as you can possibly imagine.
Director James Watkins and Radcliffe also talk about the house he ends up in with the woman.