The Private Life of Henry VIII (1933). Film review of the comic historical movie starring Charles LaughtonStandard
Bride of Frankenstein (1935). Film review of the camp horror movieStandard
A Star is Born (1937). The original movie star on the make and husband on the wane melodramaStandard
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.
Anna Karenina (1935). Film review of the adaptation of Tolstoy’s tragic-romance starring Greta Garbo.Standard
The Old Dark House (1932). Creaking, camp and comic chiller starring Boris Karloff.Standard
Film review, by Jason Day, of The Old Dark House, the horror film about people stranded during at a storm at an isolated house owned by the odd Femm family. Directed by James Whale and starring Melvyn Douglas and Gloria Stuart.
The 39 Steps (1935)Standard
Film review of the classic 1930’s thriller by Alfred Hitchcock starring Robert Donat as a man on the run from a false charge of murder and Madeleine Carroll as the women who might help him.
Director: Alfred Hitchcock. 86 mins. Gaumont. (U).