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SOBER CINEMA: Six Years Later - THE WOMAN IN BLACK and THE INNKEEPERS

Six years ago on February 3, 2012 this great country experienced two hauntings and the invasion of Daniel Radcliffe yet again to the top of the box office charts. And although THE WOMAN IN BLACK was popular enough to spawn a sequel (which was not so popular) we take this as an opportunity to play catch up with this ghost story as well as the one presented in Ti West's THE INNKEEPERS which had its limited release on the same weekend. Along the way we debate the roles chosen by the man previously known as Harry Potter, and also if a grown man is allowed to have a crush on Sara Paxton (SPOILER: Google says yes). Speaking of spoilers, stick around until the end of the episode as we debate both twist endings and how they add to the enjoyment of both films. Add to the enjoyment of your daily life by following us at the links below:
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