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Okja – The DVDfever Review – Netflix

Okja is a film that had an initial trailer which made me unsure as to whether it would be good or bad. When I saw the film, it could well be my favourite of the year. What you might not know is that in New York, 2007, Nancy Mirando (Tilda Swinton) gave a press conference […]

Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni on PC – The DVDfever Review

Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni is a fighter game with a difference – the protagonists are big-boobed females with skimpy skirts and a passion for feeling fruity. Okay, so this may be an experience others have had before – and it’s a while since I’ve got stuck into a fighting game, but I’m normally bashing robot’s heads […]

World Enough And Time – Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 11 – The DVDfever Review

World Enough And Time began with The Doctor doing that fake regeneration crap again, making my heart sink from the off, not least because the two-part finale is brought to you by the combination of Steven Moffat and Rachel Talalay, the latter who was responsible for… er… Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare – the worst […]

Host The Week Episode 1 – Scarlett Moffat – The DVDfever Review

Host The Week proves the depths at which TV has sunk to these days by Channel 4 getting the most inept idiot they can find and hoping they can muddle through a programme about the past week’s events without a script, without a rehearsal and without having met any of the guests. First up, educationally […]

Underworld: Blood Wars on 3D Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Underworld: Blood Wars is the fifth in the ‘Vampires vs Werewolves’ action/horror series, only four of which have started Kate Beckinsale as ‘death dealer’ Selene, but if you’re not up to speed, then Blood Wars begins with a very brief potted history of events so far. For anyone new to the franchise, I would recommend […]

One-Eyed Jacks Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

One-Eyed Jacks is a film I reviewed by chance, and which has completely turned around my opinion of its lead actor and director, Marlon Brando. Generally, when I review films, I put in a request, they arrive through the post, I watch them and post my review online. For this one, I hadn’t requested it, […]

The Eaters Of Light – Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 10 – The DVDfever Review

The Eaters Of Light sees Doctor Who series 10 practically crashing into the sun, it’s so bad, opening with kids hearing things, an inscription of the TARDIS on some stone, and a crow is… er… crowing, “Doc-Tor”. This crap really is being aimed at five-year-olds!! Anyhoo, there’s a beast called the Eater of Light… and […]

The Mummy (2017) – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Ending Universal’s Dark Monsters Universe?

The Mummy is another reboot of the series which begins with London’s £15bn Crossrail project coming across the tomb of Princess Ahmanet (Sofia Boutella – who gave us a great turn as Jaylah in last year’s Star Trek Beyond) as they dig underground, even though they’re going ABOVE the Tube, so that lot must’ve just […]

The Hatton Garden Job on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Hatton Garden Job is a relatively quick turnaround for a real-life heist which took place in April 2015, so its cinema release was just two years after that. Matthew Goode narrates as the unnamed – and youngest – participant in the robbery. Well, his name is given in the credits as ‘XXX’, but he’s […]

Fearless Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Fearless centres around Emma Banville (Helen McCrory – Harry Potter‘s Narcissa Malfoy), a solicitor who always wants to get to the bottom of things, no matter how much others try to put her off, or when she’s threatened by ne’er-do-wells. After being prompted by his partner, Annie (Rebecca Callard), Emma meets with Kevin Russell (Sam […]

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