J: She's terrifying! Ed Hardy -- is that his name?
M: As in the guy that's in the movie?
J: No, as in the guy that's in Anchorman! I can't believe you missed that...
M: Well, maybe if you'd said Ed Harkin...
J: I got the initials right. But really, as for the movie, I jumped a lot. It was pretty scary.
M: Indeed. What did you think of Mr. Harry Potter's foray into non-Potter-ness?
|Honestly, nothing more|
frightening than creepy children.
M: Brilliant. Though a professed scary-movie hater, I was quite taken with this fim. How would you say it compares to others of its genre? (That's the wine talking...)
J: I'm a recent convert to the scary-movie church, and this one was brilliant, in my opinion. Very little gore, but a lot of suspense, and a significant psychological element, which for me is scarier than any fake blood I've ever seen. Very classic in its execution and very satisfying in its conclusion.
|I'm here, Daniel!|
M: Ow-oww! I need some more wine...
J: You know, it really was a pretty simple movie.
M: That it was. It made great use of its scenery...
J: Its monochromatic palate...
J: The Woman In Black, it was nearly black and white.
M: Quite true.
|And I'm there. Just kidding! It's her! Watch out!|
J: And the brogues were the least of our worries.
M: Yes, how did you find the brogues?
J: They were satisfying!
M: Can I saw "ow-oww" again? Too much? Too much.
J: It's Daniel Radcliffe, so, never.
|This guy was in the movie too. The end.|
J: Only that if you're enjoying an evening at home alone, this is an excellent way to--
M: Scare the pee out of yourself?
J: Ha! I was gonna say, "Pass the time!" So, I'd recommend it. Let's leave it at that.
M: And so we did....