New Blu-ray and DVD releases November 20th 2017

New Blu-ray and DVD releases November 20th 2017 New Blu-ray and DVD releases November 20th 2017 are as follows:

    12 Deaths of Christmas (DVD)
    1990: The Complete Collection (DVD Box Set)
    89: How Arsenal Did The Impossible (Blu-ray and DVD)
    A Christmas Carol (aka Operation Christmas List) (2016) (DVD)
    Adam Hills: Clown Heart Live (DVD)
    Animal Factory (Blu-ray and DVD)
    Black Christmas (Blu-ray/DVD Double Play)
    Buena Vista Social Club: Adios (DVD)
    Buster Keaton Collection – The Masters of Cinema Series (Blu-ray Limited Edition Box Set)

Tag (Riaru Onigokko) on Blu-ray and DVD combo – The DVDfever Review


Tag begins on a bus full of Japanese schoolgirls with a jaw-dropping and mind-blowing opening, and all I can say to avoid spoilers is that one of them, Mitsuko (Reina Triendl) is separated from the rest of them and off running for her life. And there was me thinking that throwing around a burst feather pillow would be one of their biggest problems…

It’s like she’s trapped in a world where nothing makes sense, where one minute she’s never going to see her friends again, and then she does find Aki, Taeko, Sur and the others before too long… and repeat.

The Wall on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Wall

The Wall is a crumbling, physical structure somewhere in Iraq.

It’s 2007 and the ‘war on terror’ is winding down. Bush Jr has declared victory and rebuilding taking place. Alas, for those contractors looking to make a quick buck, there’s a sniper out there and he’s bumped off all eight men in the space of 30 seconds…. and the film begins at the point where that has already happened, and soldiers Isaac (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) – better known as ‘Ize’, and Matthews (John Cena) have been sat still for 18 hours later and need to make a move.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – first image and title reveal

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of GrindelwaldFantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, the sequel to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is coming to UK cinemas on November 16th 2018 and the full title and first image have been revealed.

Okay, so you’ve seen one character on the right, but check out the full cast image below, and there’s also a ‘cinemagraph’ further down in the Youtube video, featuring the characters in motion. Terminator Genisys did the same thing with a ‘Living One Sheet‘ poster. I’m quite sure Fantastic Beasts 2 will be a better film, though 😉

UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e November 23rd 2017

UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e November 23rd 2017Staying at No.1, in the UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e November 23rd 2017, is Camila Cabello feat. Young Thug) with Havana, and I’ve heard worse No.1s, but at least it has an amusing video, which I’ll include below. Shame it also includes autotune.

Released this week is a great dance track for Giorgio Moroder and Phantoms feat Prince Charlez with Champagne, Secrets & Chanel. You can’t say no to Giorgio!

Justice League – The DVDfever Cinema Review – …And Justice For All?

Justice League

Justice League finds Gotham still in mourning from… (and I hope you’ve seen Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice before reading this!) the death of Superman, and there’s a brief bit of mobile phone footage from February 12th 2015, when he’s asked a number of questions by a member of the public including, “What’s the best thing about planet Earth?”

Well, if this was Buzzfeed, it would be tagged with the headline: “What he says next will shock and surprise you!”

Love, Lies and Records Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Kay Mellor

Love, Lies and Records

Love, Lies and Records is the latest Kay Mellor drama to hit TV screens and sees Ashley Jensen in a welcome return from the US to star in a UK series.

The rather wordy, alliterative and forgettable title relates to the fact that, as Kate, she works in the Births, marriages and deaths department of her local council. She’s also looking for promotion, but disgruntled colleague and stuck-in-the-mud Judy (Rebecca Front) wants, instead, to remind her of a situation she would like to forget, which might scupper her chances.

Movie Charts UK and US week ending November 12th 2017

Movie Charts UK and US week ending November 12th 2017This week’s Movie Charts UK and US week ending November 12th 2017 are as follows:

Justice League leads the new cinema releases and trailers November 17th 2017

Justice LeagueThis week, there are SEVEN new films out for you to choose from: DC superheroes unite for Justice League, Aubrey Plaza takes the lead in an f-word-laden comedy when Ingrid Goes West, there’s a Hungarian psycho-thriller in Strangled, Robert Pattinson and Barkhad Abdi are out for a Good Time, Annette Bening wants to prove to Jamie Bell that Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, a documentary follows big-game hunters in Trophy, and drama takes a tedious turn in Mudbound.

Justice League was originally envisaged as a two-parter movie, but the mediocre response to Warner Bros’ early DC movies, plus not all two-parters doing so well (such as the final Divergent movie ending up as a TV movie), this appears to be on its own. The same is also happening for next year’s Avengers: Infinity War.

Justice League – Why I think I’ll love it

Justice League - Why I think I'll love it

Justice League – am I the only one looking forward to this movie because the critics are ganging up against it?

Telegraph stated the “superhero embarrassment is beyond saving” while Vanity Fair called it “a big, ugly mess”. Meanwhile, the Metro just moaned that they couldn’t print their review today due to the press embargo, and concluded their brief few words “Enough said”, so we know they hate it, too. They also referred to it as the “troubled superhero movie” because it was started by Zack Snyder (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice) who stepped down from the project following the tragedy of his daughter’s suicide. Joss Whedon (Cabin In The Woods, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) took over and 15-20% of the film went through reshoots.


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