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An old-fashioned, tastefully constrained supernatural thriller, "The Woman in Black" embraces the elements of gothic horror movies with pleasing seriousness: If there's a door handle to rattle or floorboard to creak in the ruined mansion at the heart of the story's trouble, this production pauses for the sight and sound.

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