If you remember, some of the filming for The Woman in Black: Angel of Death took place at Nocton Hall.
Watch the official release trailer to see if you can recognise Nocton Hall and how the location was used during the film.
These are some generic photographs taken during the location shoot [N.B. there are none of the actual film set, as I was asked specifically not to publish these due to copyright restrictions]:
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'Ghost stories are well suited to the visual medium of film because what terrifies us aren’t the things we can see in the cold light of day but the unspoken horrors that lurk just out of shot or in the inky blackness of a dimly lit background.'
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'Director Tom Harper pieces it all together stylishly, as one might expect of the man behind the excellent TV drama Peaky Blinders.'
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'Just like the first movie, The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death can attribute much of its success to its setting.'
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'The Woman in Black: Angel of Death is the follow-up to the first film, based upon the original novel by Susan Hill from 1983. But Radcliffe, star of the Harry Potter franchise, would not be available to star in the sequel.'
'Woman in Black: Angel of Death'