Category Archives: Classic Film Kid

Classic Film Kid: 12 Angry Men

SPOILER WARNING Hi once again people, it’s the Classic Film Kid here with another film review. Today we are looking at one of the true classics, and that is Sidney Lumet’s 12 Angry Men. This film stars Henry Fonda, Lee J. Cobb, Ed Begley, and

A Series Of Unfortunate Events Season 1: Classic Film Kid

CONTAINS SPOILERS “A Series Of Unfortunate Events: one of the most miserable and dour collections of children’s books ever written. So please someone tell me why this is so incredibly entertaining”? Hey guys, and I’m back with another review. This time, I’m doing a review

Classic Film Kid – Silent Running

Well, we’ve got an interesting one on our hands… Hello guys, and welcome to a review of another classic film! This time, we are looking at one of the first environmental films, as we look at the post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama, Silent Running. This film follows

The Classic Film Kid takes on Doctor Who… again

Hi guys, today we are reviewing Peter Capaldi’s swan song as the Twelfth Doctor, and Steven Moffat’s final episode as head writer, Twice Upon a Time. I saw this at a preview screening in Hartlepool, and then again on Christmas Day. And I’m just warning

Classic Film Kid – Coraline

Hello everyone, it is the Classic Film Kid and just in time for Halloween, I thought I would tackle a spooky stop-motion that just so happens to be one of my personal favourites, and that is Henry Selick’s Coraline, based on the dark fantasy novella

Classic Film Kid: Raiders of the Lost Ark

Hello, yet again, from the Classic Film Kid! After my step into TV last time, we’re getting into some classic films again, and today it’s none other than Harrison Ford’s action lead, Indiana Jones, in Raiders of the Lost Ark. In this, professor and archaeologist

The Classic Film Kid takes on Doctor Who

Hello guys, and even though it’s me, the Classic Film Kid, we’re not looking at classic films today. Instead, we’re taking a break from that, and looking at one of my favourite shows of all time, Doctor Who. Now I love Doctor Who. It is

Classic Film Kid: Star Wars

A long time ago in a galaxy far far away, spoilers lay ahead… Hello guys, and welcome again to my Classic Film Kid blog! Today we are summing the word classic up to a T by reviewing one of the most iconic and influential films

Classic Film Kid: To Kill a Mockingbird

hello everyone, and welcome to another review from the Classic Film Kid! Today we are looking at the 1962 adaptation of Harper Lee’s novel, To Kill A Mockingbird. This film is implied to be set during the Great Depression around the early 1930s and follows