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UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e March 2nd 2017

Patriots Day – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Patriots Day is the third Monday in April, on which the Boston Marathon takes place, but the one in 2013 is the focus here as it was the day two ISIS terrorists planned to set off explosions and do what all those nutjobs do in causing death and destruction – claiming to be Muslims when […]

Video Games Charts week ending February 18th 2017

The Video Games Charts week ending February 18th 2017 are as follows: 1 (-) For Honor (Ubisoft) (review) 2 (-) Sniper Elite 4 (Sold Out Sales and Marketing (review) 3 (1) Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar Games (review) 4 (4) FIFA 17 (EA Sports) (review) 5 (6) Battlefield 1 (EA Games) (review) 6 (3) Resident […]

Fortitude Season 2 Episode 5 – The DVDfever Review

Fortitude Season 2 Episode 5 is where I am this increasingly ridiculous series part ways. I have tried, but while the first series was occasionally “so bad it’s good”, this one has stumbled along like a lame calf being led to the slaughter, desperate to be put down. Dom Robinson Reviewer of movies, videogames and […]

Movie Charts UK and US week ending February 19th 2017

This week’s Movie Charts UK and US week ending February 19th 2017 are as follows: 1. The Lego Batman Movie (trailer) (review) 2. Fifty Shades Darker (trailer) 3. John Wick Chapter 2 (trailer) 4. Sing (trailer) 5. The Great Wall (trailer) 6. Hidden Figures (trailer) 7. T2 Trainspotting (trailer) (review) 8. Lion (trailer) 9. La […]

Alien: Covenant – Prologue: Last Supper

Alien: Covenant seemed hit or miss as to whether Ridley Scott would be directing again, or just hanging about for the producer reins a la Blade Runner 2049, but he’s back in the hot seat for the long-awaited follow-up to 2012’s Prometheus, which I loved in IMAX 3D. Bound for a remote planet on the […]

A Cure For Wellness leads the new cinema releases and trailers February 24th 2017

This week, there are NINE new films out for you to choose from: Weirdness abound in A Cure For Wellness, Deepwater Horizon’s Peter Berg and Mark Wahlberg team up again for Patriots Day, Mommy’s Xavier Dolan is back with a new engaging French drama in It’s Only the End of the World, border patrol guards […]

Logan – the first official X-Men 15-certificate theatrical movie

Logan is the third and (allegedly) final solo outing for Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, and takes places in the near future, where the aging character and the always-old Professor X (Patrick Stewart) have to protect a young female clone of Wolverine, Laura Kinney (Dafne Keen), from an evil organisation, while dark forces are afoot… Today, […]

Hyper Sentinel – a new retro arcade shoot-em-up Kickstarter

Hyper Sentinel is a forthcoming arcade shoot-em-up for ’80s retro gaming fans which has recently been launched as a Kickstarter courtesy of Rob Hewson and Andrew Hewson, who fans of videogaming back in the day will remember as Hewson Consultants, responsible for two of my all-time ZX Spectrum favourites. Dom Robinson Reviewer of movies, videogames […]

The Riddle of The Sphinx – Inside No.9 Series 3 Episode 3 – The DVDfever Review

The Riddle of The Sphinx proved that The Bill wasn’t just streets ahead of the rest of the series so far, but that it has strong competition. Based around crossword puzzles with Nina (Utopia‘s Alexandra Roach) letting herself into her professor’s study (which is room No.9, naturally), he – Professor Squires (Steve Pemberton) – is […]

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