Daniel Radcliffe's first outing on the big screen since Harry Potter_ _is the most complained about film of the year so far, according to the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC).
The Woman in Black, has attracted 120 complaints directly to the BBFC so far - three times as many as Black Swan which was the most complained about film of 2011.
The film stars Radcliffe as a young lawyer visiting a remote village terrorised by a vengeful ghost. The BBFC website warns that it contains "a number of scenes of supernatural horror and threat".
The most complained about film of the last decade was Batman: The Dark Knight, which attracted more than 300 complaints.