Shaping up to be one of the spookiest movies of the season, the drama/thriller flick "The Woman in Black" made its way to theaters today (February 3).
Earning rave reviews for his first real cinematic departure from "Harry Potter," the Daniel Radcliffe starring motion picture is directed by James Watkins while Janet McTeer and Ciarán Hinds helm supporting cast duties.
During a recent interview about his latest gig, Daniel dished his thoughts about the movie's scariest scene, telling The Christian Science Monitor, “I think it’s the hand going up to the window. When I touch the window and the face [of the Woman in Black] appears [in the reflection]. And that was one I knew was there, and it still got me."
"Actually, when I was filming, I didn’t know – you know that shot in the trailer [where I’m looking out the window and she appears behind me]? That shot, which is brilliant — I had no idea that that’s what was eventually going to happen […], so when I saw the trailer for the first time, I did go [lurches backward, makes indescribable frightened noise]," Radcliffe added.