Opening this week at a theatre near you:

The Woman in Black 2

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“The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death” (2014)

40 years after the first haunting at the Eel Marsh House, a group of children are sent to the countryside to escape the bombing of London during World War II. The horror they will encounter will be far worse than the bombings. Hammer Films Website

What to Watch For: The film is a sequel to the 2012 film starring Daniel Radcliffe.

Word on the Street: Like the first film, this one is being released by Hammer Film Productions, the legendary British horror film production company.

My Take: Since this is the only major release, it should do well at the box office.

 

If you can’t make it to the theater this weekend, then stay at home and watch movies on Atlanta’s CW.

Saturday

1:00 pm

“The Happening” (2008) Elliot Moore (Mark Wahlberg) is a high school science teacher and notices, in the newspaper, that honey bees are dying at a massive rate. It is soon discovered that a neurotoxin has been released, no one knows how and anyone exposed to commit suicide. Now, Elliot and his wife (Zooey Deschanel) must attempt to escape from this disaster.

3:oo pm

“Revenge” (1990): Kevin Costner plays a recently retired fighter pilot who goes to Mexico to visit an old friend, played by Anthony Quinn. Against his better judgment, Costner becomes involved with his friend’s wife, played by the beautiful Madeleine Stowe, and the trouble starts when Quinn finds out about the affair.

Sunday

1:00 pm

“Revenge” (1990): Kevin Costner plays a recently retired fighter pilot who goes to Mexico to visit an old friend, played by Anthony Quinn. Against his better judgment, Costner becomes involved with his friend’s wife, played by the beautiful Madeleine Stowe, and the trouble starts when Quinn finds out about the affair.

3:00 pm

“Kingdom of Heaven” (2005) Directed by Ridley Scott, this is a tale about a blacksmith (Orlando Bloom) who fights during the Crusades and leads an army that defends Jerusalem against an overwhelming force.

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