Because of bombing during the Second World War, teachers Eve Parkins (Phoebe Fox) and Jean Hogg (Helen McCrory) are forced to evacuate students in Crythin Gifford, a village not far from the city. They are staying in the same house, where, 40 years ago, Arthur Kipps investigated his first supernatural event. In a very short time, Eve and she realized that the house is haunted.
The house will stay longer, the more will be drawn into the horrifying past of former tenants, and the evil spirit roams around you will be closer to seize the souls of children. With Driver Jeremy Irvine, teachers trying to protect children and to learn the truth about Women in Black.
“The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death” is a film distributed by Freeman Entertainment and will be released in theaters on February 20, 2015.