Lewis Barnavelt, a shy but indomitable ten-year-old orphan, goes to live with his uncle Jonathan, a former entertaining magician, who hides too many creepy secrets, in a creaky old house with a mysterious tick-tocking heart which Jonathan is obsessed to find with the assistance of his enigmatic next-door neighbor Mrs. Zimmerman.
Too dark for us! Black magic (the little boy cuts himself!), demons, zombies, etc. We had to turn it off. Wish it was rated PG-13, I would have looked it up first.
Not worth it.
By Al Tilley The Bum
The trailer shows this film to be something of a fun family film. It’s actually the complete opposite. Lots of demonic activity and foul language make it not suitable for a PG audience. It overall was a massive disappointment. Even with Jack Black in it, it was still horrible. It would easily give a kid nightmares. It should’ve been rated PG-13. Glad I didn’t see it in theaters!
never ever ever
By the old Mr Hide
its so bad
It was pretty good
The house with a clock in its walls was pretty good because I felt like it was a pretty long movie it was pretty good it was good
The House with a Clock in Its Walls - Official Trailer 1
The House with a Clock in Its Walls - Official Trailer 2