Halloween (2018). Film review of the remade first sequel to John Carpenter’s 1978 horror

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Film review, by Claire Durrant, of Halloween (2018), starring Jamie Lee Curtis who returns as the character stalked by a sociopathic killer 40 years ago. 

Horror

star rating 3 out of 5 worth watching

 

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Halloween (1978). This short seasonal horror from John Carpenter is long on shocks

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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.

Horror

Image of 5 stars for an excellent film genius a classic movie

 

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Get Out (2017). Disappointing, cliched horror about an interracial relationship.

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Film review by Jason Day of Get Out, the horror movie about a young black man who visits his white girlfriend’s liberal family with terrifying and life-changing results. Starring Daniel Kaluuya and Allison Williams.

Horror

star rating 3 out of 5 worth watching

 

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A Quiet Place (2018). Cracking, silent horror about a family hiding from man-eating creatures.

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Film review, by Jason Day, of A Quiet Place starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski about a family who have to live in silence as they hide from creatures that hunt by sound. 

Horror

image four star rating very good lots to enjoy

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The Old Dark House (1932). Creaking, camp and comic chiller starring Boris Karloff.

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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.

Comedy

star rating 3 out of 5 worth watching

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Die, Die My Darling!/Fanatic (1965). Film review; 2/5 for this camp Hammer horror.

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Film review by Jason Day of Die, Die My Darling! The Hammer horror film about a young woman held captive by the psychotic mother of her deceased fiancee. Starring Stefanie Powers and Tallulah Bankhead.

Horror

2 stars film review fair passes the time

 

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Split (2016). Film review – the worst movie ever made?

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Film review by Jason Day of Split, the psychological horror movie by M. Night Shyamalan starring James McAvoy as a man with multiple personality disorder.

Horror

1 Star/Awful/Give this one a miss

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