Morgana Robinson’s The Agency Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Morgana Robinson's The Agency Morgana Robinson’s The Agency is the comedienne’s first solo impressions show, fimled in the style of a documentary series following a number of telvision and radio celebrities who come in and out of a casting agency, run by Cavan Clerkin.

Her impressions include Natalie Cassidy, Russell Brand, Danny Dyer, Mel and Sue, Fearne Cotton, Gregg Wallace, Adele and Joanna Lumley.

Video Games Charts week ending September 24th 2016

Video Games Charts week ending September 24th 2016 In the Video Games Charts week ending September 24th 2016, there are 1 new entry and 2 re-entries.

    1 (1) Bioshock: The Collection (2K)
    2 (2) Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 (Konami) (review)
    3 (3) NBA 2K17 (2K)
    4 (-) Destiny: The Collection (Activision)
    5 (4) Overwatch (Blizzard) (review)
    6 (6) Rocket League (505 Games)
    7 (18) Fallout 4 (Bethesda) (review)
    8 (8) Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar Games) (review)
    9 (11) LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Warner Bros Interactive) (review)
    10 (7) Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End (Sony)

Crisis In Six Scenes Season 1 – Woody Allen – The DVDfever Review


Crisis In Six Scenes

Crisis In Six Scenes is the new TV project for prolific writer/director Woody Allen, a man who churns out a new film every year, even as he approaches his 81st birthday.

Set in the ’60s, he takes the lead role as Sid Munzinger, a novelist working on a new TV show, and having written a lot of television commercials in the past, but not everyone’s a fan. For example, the series begins with him at the barber shop wanting to get a haircut like James Dean, where he learns the man attending to his hair took ages to read his latest book… because it made him fall asleep.

Syndrome – sci-fi survival horror – Steam October 6th

Syndrome Syndrome is a new first-person sci-fi survival horror adventure game coming to Steam, which takes place inside a drifting spaceship. The title isn’t due out until October 6th, but has already been nominated for two of this year’s awards, making it a highly-anticipated Steam title released this autumn.

The story unfolds as you awake from cryosleep and realise that all your crew members are gone and that the ship is full of bloodthirsty monstrosities reacting to every sound around them. Having limited ammunition you will have to put your stealth skills in use evading the creatures and exploring surroundings to uncover what had happened to the spaceship and if there’s any hope of surviving this living nightmare.

Check out the 13-minute gameplay video below, you can find the game on Steam here, and click on tne top-right image for the full-size version:

New Blu-ray and DVD releases September 26th 2016

New Blu-ray and DVD releases September 26th 2016 New Blu-ray and DVD releases September 26th 2016 are as follows:

    Akame Ga Kill: Collection 2 (Blu-ray Collector’s Edition)
    Assassination Classroom: Season 1 Part 2 (Blu-ray and DVD)
    Bananas (Blu-ray)
    Bonded By Blood 2: The Next Generation (Blu-ray and DVD)
    Carmen Jones (Blu-ray)
    Clean Hands (DVD)
    Count Arthur Strong Series 2 (DVD)
    Dag Season 3 (DVD)
    Early Murnau (Blu-ray Box Set)
    Electra, My Love (Blu-ray and DVD)
    Elementary Season 4 (DVD)
    Everest (4K Blu-ray)

UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e September 29th 2016

UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e September 29th 2016 The Chainsmokers Feat. Halsey stay at No.1, in the UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e September 29th 2016, with Closer, and it’s a typical dire, autotuned track.

There’s a new entry into the Top 10 at No.5 for Calvin Harris with My Way.

New out this week is a great new track from Sting called 50,000, and there are definite echoes of The Police’s Invisible Sun in there.

Movie Charts UK and US week ending September 18th 2016

Movie Charts UK and US week ending September 18th 2016This week’s Movie Charts UK and US week ending September 18th 2016 are as follows, and Bridget Jones’ Baby takes it with £8m!:

The Magnificent Seven 2016 – morelike The Mephitic Seven – The DVDfever Cinema Review


The Magnificent Seven The Magnificent Seven, like Ben-Hur, is another of the current crop of remakes where I’ve never seen any previous version, whether the 1960 movie with Yul Brynner, the late ’90s TV series, or 1954’s original The Seven Samurai, by Akira Kurosawa.

The plot is not a complex affair. It’s the 1870s, the Civil War has just ended, and cardboard cut-out baddie Bartholomew Bogue (Peter Sarsgaard hamming it up), strolls into Rose Creek with his heavies and puts fear into the town, resulting in a burned-down church and the husband of Emma Cullen (Haley Bennett) not coming out of it too well. Revenge is on everyone’s mind.

The Commitments 25th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review


The Commitments

The Commitments is one of those all-time classics. I loved it in the cinema, I loved it on DVD and I’m loving it again on Blu-ray.

It’s the tale of an unlikely band being brought together, against the odds, to sing soul. They bicker, they fight, they fall out, they argue, they fight some more, they practice (occasionally), and it’s all leading up to the gig of their lives, in the hope of being signed by a major label, and with the promise of soul legend Wilson Pickett attending.

The Magnificent Seven leads the new cinema releases & trailers w/e September 23rd 2016

The Magnificent Seven This weekend there are ELEVEN new films out for you to choose from: a Western remake in The Magnificent Seven, Daniel Radcliffe goes undercover in Imperium, there’s low-budget scifi in The Girl with All the Gifts, British cockney comedy in Gangsters Gamblers and Geezers, Scots-based comedy in Scottish Mussel, the Chelsea Flower Show comes up in Dare to Be Wild, tedious family drama in Little Men, Rob Zombie brings us another horror movie in 31, two foriegn dramas – Baden Baden and Aloys, and concluding with a musical number – The Rolling Stones: Havana Moon.

The Magnificent Seven, with its cover version of The Animals’ House Of The Rising Sun, shows that Hollywood’s well of ideas has run dry yet again.

Director Antoine Fuqua (Olympus Has Fallen) brings his modern vision to a classic story (it says here). With the town of Rose Creek under the deadly control of industrialist Bartholomew Bogue (Peter Sarsgaard), the desperate townspeople employ protection from seven outlaws, bounty hunters, gamblers and hired guns. As they prepare the town for the violent showdown that they know is coming, these seven mercenaries find themselves fighting for more than money.

The cast includes Ethan Hawke, Denzel Washington, Vincent D’Onofrio, Byung-hun Lee, Chris Pratt, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Martin Sensmeier, Haley Bennett, Matt Bomer, Cam Gigandet, Sean Bridgers, Luke Grimes and Vinnie Jones.

The script comes from John Lee Hancock, Richard Wenk and Nic Pizzolatto, based on the screenplay by Akira Kurosawa, Shinobu Hashimoto and Hideo Oguni.

I’ll go and see this, but I’m in two minds whether or not it’ll be any good.

Hit or Miss? Verdict:


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