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Play Expo 2017 – The DVDfever Review

Play Expo 2017 saw another two full days of gaming and cosplay, plus some talks I wish I could’ve gone to, particularly the panel for Andy Remic’s Memoirs of a Spectrum Addict, but it clashed with the Cosplay Masquerade on the Sunday, and for me, that’s the pièce de résistance of the whole event and […]

Gunpowder: The Complete Series – The DVDfever Review – Kit Harington

Gunpowder is centred around the 1605 Gunpowder plot, as Guy Fawkes wants to blow up the Houses of Parliament. However, this three-parter begins in 1603, at which point Elizabeth I has died, and James I has taken over, although it doesn’t take long before everyone wants HIM dead, too… as if any further replacements would […]

Churchill on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review – Brian Cox

Churchill… Winston Churchill… like Solo… Han Solo… and Bond… James Bond… Okay, let’s be serious for a moment. Churchill probably sounded like a great idea on paper. Wartime movies are sprinkling their way through the cinema schedules of late, so inbetween Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk and Gary Oldman’s Oscar/BAFTA-contender The Darkest Hour, someone thought: Brian Cox […]

The Party on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Party is an invite I’d not accepted until now… yes, that’s a lame joke with which to introduce a review for a comedy from Pink Panther collaborators Blake Edwards and Peter Sellers which was consistently funny almost from start to finish. Sellers takes the lead as Indian actor Hrundi V Bakshi, who we first […]

Rogue Trooper Redux on PC – The DVDfever Review

Rogue Trooper Redux reminds me that Rogue Trooper happens to be one of my all time favourite characters from 2000AD alongside Dredd, Slaine and Nemesis the Warlock. I purchased the original game on its day of release back in 2006 for the PC and recently sourced a copy for my PS2, since I enjoy it […]

A Man Called Ove on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

A Man Called Ove portrays Rolf Lassgård in the titular role as the grumpiest of grumpy old men, not understanding why he can’t get one bunch of flowers for 35krone, simply because he has a voucher that states two bunches are 70kr. I’ve seen that happen before in shops, so clearly this man’s trials are […]

Earth Atlantis on Nintendo Switch – The DVDfever Review

Earth Atlantis is out now on the Nintendo Switch, and the unit, itself, seems to be a changing console. With third party games coming at a fast rate and even the inclusion of some more adult-orientated titles, we may finally be seeing the ‘Switch’ Nintendo had to do. The new game is one which seems […]

George Michael: Freedom – The DVDfever Review – Channel 4 documentary

George Michael: Freedom is the documentary he co-directed, himself, last year, unaware at the time that it would end up screening after he passed away, on Christmas Day 2016, from heart failure. An immense talent of singing and songwriting, he made some incredible tunes over the years, hitting the peak in 1990, for me. I […]

Real Life – Philip K Dick’s Electric Dreams Episode 5 – The DVDfever Review

Real Life is the fifth episode of Philip K Dick’s Electric Dreams, and as well as PKD’s stories being quite weird, I understand a fair emount of the content has been changed, and to those who know the originals, this hasn’t always been for the better, so these TV dramas are loosely based on his […]

Double Date – The DVDfever Cinema Review – The perfect Halloween horror-comedy!

Double Date centres around two women on dates with a difference – they’re homicidal murderers. Yes, if you’ve ever wondered why you didn’t get a second date with a woman – Did she not fancy you? Did you wear the wrong shoes? Is she not impressed by your Xbox Gamertag score? …well, with these two, […]

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