Frightening movie wasn’t as scary as food and drink costs

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I tried my hardest not to look frightened when we went to the cinema to see The Woman in Black.

Daniel Radcliffe was excellent in the lead role of this ghost story set in Victorian times.

With a sinister plot, it has all the classic elements of a film that will keep you at your wits’ end. People around us were ducking under their chairs or covering their eyes.

I tried hard to stay calm and relaxed. Sadly, near the end of the film I jumped from my seat as all the hairs on the back of my neck stood on end.

I can tell you that the old adrenaline was really pumping by this point. A truly scary movie – but not as scary as the cost of two bottles of water and a small popcorn. Almost £10!