Film review, by Jason Day, of The House with a Clock in Its Walls, the fantasy movie about a young orphan who moves in with his uncle, who turns out be a Warlock with a terrible secret. Starring Jack Black and Cate Blanchett.
Film review, by Jason Day, of A Star is Born (1937), the melodrama about a famous but drunken film star (Fredric March) who falls in love with a wannabe actress (Janet Gaynor), only to see her fame eclipse his own.
Film review by Jason Day of The Predator, the latest movie in the sci-fi franchise about a race of intergalactic trophy hunters. A young boy accidentally receives alien articles, leaving a ragtag crew of a scientist and mentality unstable soldiers to prevent the end of humanity.
Film review by Jason Day of Halloween, the 1978 horror starring Jamie Lee Curtis as an innocent babysitter stalked by a serial killer who, 15 years previously, stabbed his elder sister to death. Directed by John Carpenter.
Film review Jason Day of BlacKkKlansman, the Spike Lee directed thriller about a black policeman going undercover and posing as a new member of the Ku Klux Klan with a view to dismantling it from within. Starring John David Washington and Adam Driver.