THE WOMAN IN BLACK: ANGEL OF DEATH is the must-see sequel to the most successful British horror film of recent times, The Woman In Black.

This haunting ghost story features standout performances from Phoebe Fox (One Day, A Poet In New York) as teacher Eve Parkins; Helen McCrory (Skyfall, Hugo) as headmistress Jean Hogg; Jeremy Irvine (War Horse, The Railway Man) as RAF pilot Harry Burnstow; and Oaklee Pendergast (The Impossible, Wer) as young school boy evacuee, Edward.

England, 1941. With London in the midst of the blitz, a group of children, led by their young teacher Eve (Fox) and hardened headmistress Jean (McCrory), are evacuated to the abandoned Eel Marsh House.

With the aid of RAF pilot Harry (Irvine) they seek safety from the bombs in the remote coastal location, however the group instead find themselves facing an evil far more frightening when their arrival awakens the Woman in Black.

She never forgives. She never forgets. She never left.

The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death is available now on Blu-ray and DVD, courtesy of Entertainment One

For your chance to win one of three copies of THE WOMAN IN BLACK: ANGEL OF DEATH on DVD, simply comment below telling us your favourite horror film set in England.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Monday 27th July 2015 and three valid comments will be chosen and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 15 years or older
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  1. Creep! Great horror film and set on the London Underground! You definitely don’t want to miss the last train after seeing this film.

  2. got to be American Werewolf in London-fantastic story,soundtrack and special effects-not to mention the quotes “stick to the roads,dont go on the moors” -and David being haunted by an ever decomposing Jack used to terrify me at the time-classic British horror

  3. Not exactly original but for me it’s 28 Days Later. Ironically, what would be an original answer to this question is 28 Weeks.

  4. Wow…there are just so many to pick from and my no.1 choice changes as much as the British weather – at the moment I’d say ‘The Descent’ with it’s female-centric cast.

  5. I really enjoyed the Film “Creep” set in the London Underground. Some very scary moments in that film

  6. 28 Weeks Later- I liked the scene with the brother and sister walking through the empty London suburb

  7. Quatermass and the Pit, an oldie now, but when i first watched it it was terrifying, as if hell was let loose on the earth.

  8. Dog Soldiers it is a real toe curler and so gruesome you just have to watch it even though it scares the knickers off you 😳

  9. Easily the greatest horror movie set in England is Hellraiser, Pinhead is one of the greatest horror monsters in history up there with Michael Myers, Freddy Kruger, Jason Voorhies ect. Very well scripted film that is still very freaky today its one i watched behind my Mum and Dad’s back which truly pushed me into loving the horror genre with Halloween. 😈

  10. Although lacking in the sophistication of today’s horror films, I really enjoyed The Witches (1966) so it is my current favourite.

  11. Perhaps not a horror in the true sense of the word, but These Are The Damned had some scary moments in it (especially if you saw it as a kid)

  12. well I was going to say Dog Soldiers but that was set in Scotland then I thought the original Wickerman but that was also set in Scotland so I am going to end on Hellraiser as Pinhead is creepy as heck!

  13. Theatre of Blood – you’ve got to love any film in which Vincent Price is required to ham it up more than usual.

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