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Home From Home Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Johnny Vegas

Home From Home started life as one of BBC2’s rather poor pilots, with Johnny Vegas in the lead role as Neil Hackett, father of a family who up sticks and move to the Lake District (so, very reminiscent of Jack Dee’s Bad Move when he and his missus move to he country). This first episode […]

True Horror: Hellfire Farm – The DVDfever Review – Channel 4

True Horror is a new four-part series of dramatised documentaries, starting with Hellfire Farm, which centres around artist Bill Rich (Adam Leese, above) and his wife, Liz (Amy Morgan), who together with their children, inhabit a haunted farm, presumably not moving in intentionally, i.e. selecting a haunted one, as that would be completely hatstand. The […]

Rampage – Does It Suck? – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Rampage is one of those films I was intially in two minds about seeing. I was caught in the middle of “Well, if I see it, I may as well do so on the big screen as it’ll look better” and “It’s just junk with Dwayne Johnson taking over from Arnie in the role of […]

Brigsby Bear on DVD – The DVDfever Review (and DVD unboxing!)

Brigsby Bear is a children’s show from years gone by, where the titular character would go on adventures, constantly trying to defeat the even Sun Snatcher but, of course, he never would so the programme would have a reason to continue. I’ll say at this point, that after watching the film, I had to re-watch […]

Titan Quest on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Titan Quest is out now for PS4, and this is the second time I’m writing a review for this game, since I did so prviously for the PC version, back in 2006 when it was first released. However, the site I wrote it for didn’t put my name on the review once published….. go figure!! […]

Operation Warcade on PS4 PSVR – The DVDfever Review

Operation Warcade is the classic arcade run-and-gun shoot-em-up Operation Wolf (with a gun sited on the unit, itself) but with two arcade machines – Immersive Edition and Classic 3D edition. It’s a side-scrolling shooter from left to right, as per the arcade game, and both versions presented here are similar, but different. With the former, […]

Lost In Space – found on Netflix – The Complete Series – The DVDfever Review

Lost In Space – We all know how this works: The Space Family Robinson head out to look for ways to solve the Earth’s problems, but once out in space, they get… er… lost. We had the camp ’60s series and the rather good, but heavily criticised, 1998 movie with William Hurt and Mimi Rogers, […]

Extinction on PC – The DVDfever Review

Extinction is a game with a launch trailer which makes it look rather like Shadow of the Colossus. There are are similar elements to that one, in that you’re, ultimately, trying to kill giants, but is Extinction a giant-killer… er… killer? First off, there are ginormous orc-like creatures called the Ravenii who are stomping about […]

Dungeonette on ZX Spectrum Next – The DVDfever Review

Dungeonette is the first official boxed game to be released for the ZX Spectrum Next, due out for release next month. Fans of Atic Atac will remember this one instantly as it’s like a modern update on that, ‘modern’ being in terms of the ZX Spectrum Next, that is, but if you love the retro […]

Far Cry 5 on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Far Cry 5 comes after the prehistoric setting of Far Cry Primal, and we are returning to modern day and a more familiar setting. This time, we’re in Montana, up in the North West of the United States of America. This state has plenty to see with Yellowstone National Park, a stack of wildlife and […]

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