Category: Star Actor

Star Actor | September 29, 2018

The House With A Clock In Its Walls (2018)

If there is one thing that I would never associate director Eli Roth with, it is films made for children! With pictures like Cabin Fever, The Green Inferno, Knock Knock […]

Star Actor | September 24, 2018

A Simple Favor (2018)

It would be fair to say that director Paul Feig has been very much at the forefront of a female centric comedy films for the past decade. With films like […]

Star Actor | September 22, 2018

The Little Stranger (2018)

For his first film since the 2015 triumph Room, director Lenny Abrahamson has chosen to adapt a Sarah Waters novel, but not the kind of novel you might be imagining. […]

Star Actor | September 18, 2018

Lucky (2017)

From Pretty In Pink to The Green Mile to Alien to Christine, it feels like Harry Dean Stanton is one of those figures who has always been present in my […]

Star Actor | September 15, 2018

American Animals (2018)

Without really thinking too much about it, I would have to say that the majority of my cinematic heist experience has been at the hands of the various Oceans movies […]

Star Actor | September 10, 2018

The Miseducation Of Cameron Post (2018)

When it comes to LGBTQ+ literature, it might be fair to say that the queer coming of age tale is sub genre, of young adult fiction in particular, that gets […]

Star Actor | September 5, 2018

Cold War (2018)

I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t see nearly as many foreign language films as I should. My 2018 total so far stands at a pitiful two, having […]

Star Actor | August 29, 2018

BlacKkKlansman (2018)

Can you smell that? That’s right, it’s the first hint of autumn, which means that it’s the first hint of awards season! I like to think that I made it […]

Star Actor | August 22, 2018

Christopher Robin (2018)

You wait for a Christopher Robin movie, and all of a sudden two come along at once. That’s the famous saying, isn’t it? Last year audiences were treated to Goodbye […]

Star Actor | August 15, 2018

The Meg (2018)

My past two cinema trips have been to see small, heavy, sombre British dramas which tackle themes and subject matter that really challenge you and leave you thinking for hours […]