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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 […]

I Am Not A Serial Killer on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

I Am Not A Serial Killer, so claims teenager John Wayne Cleaver (Max Records), but if that’s the case, who’s doing away with half the town, with the film first showing us a dead body being wheeled out of a building. John certainly seems to know a lot about them, which helped when writing about […]

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter 3D IMAX – The DVDfever Review

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter: before this even began I knew that, in a few years, I’d be back in almost the same seat to watch No.7 in the series. Oddly, this one didn’t start straight after the last one left off (which I expected, since 2012’s Resident Evil: Retribution did exactly that), but it […]

The Lego Batman Movie – It’s pretty awesome… like Batman and I – The DVDfever Cinema Review

The Lego Batman Movie comes at a time when we were originally expecting the second Lego Movie, but with that one now not due for release until February 8th 2019 (coming five years after the original The Lego Movie), there’s a slew of other Lego movies to come in the meantime, starting with Batman, and […]

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children begins with a preamble where Jake (Asa Butterfield) dotes on his elderly grandfather, Abe (Terence Stamp), who – after being attacked – he tells him to get away to the island, plus a load of nonsensical gibberish, concluding, “I know you think I’m crazy, but the bird will explain […]

The Girl On The Train – The DVDfever Review

The Girl On The Train stars Emily Blunt as Rachel, the titular lady and functioning alcoholic, staring out from her train cabin, spotting the young woman who leans out of 15 Beckett Road, and over-imagining that she has the perfect life which Rachel’s been longing for. Why so obsessed? Sure, as the intro tells us, […]

Life, Animated on DVD – The DVDfever Review

Life, Animated looks at the life of Owen Suskind (below), a young man with autism who has only been able to make sense of the everything through the animated films from Disney, since he otherwise was unable to effectively communicate with the outside world. Over the course of this documentary, we learn how these have […]

T2 Trainspotting – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Choose T2 Trainspotting. Choose following up the original film 20 years later with a film that’s a mixture of Irvine Welsh‘s sequel novel, Porno, and a new story, and realising that T2 Trainspotting is a much better title to beam out of the cinema box office laser display screen than that of the original book. […]

Raising Cain Director’s Cut Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Raising Cain is a film I loved first time I saw it, but since it’s been a long time since then, and with this new release featuring both versions, I delved straight into the director’s cut. Carter (John Lithgow) is a a child psychologist who’s taken two years off work to raise his daughter, Amy, […]

The Childhood of a Leader on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Childhood of a Leader is a bizarre film set in an alternate world where the Third Reich, as we know it, aren’t going to come to power one day, but they may as well do. Set in France, 1918, young Prescott (a promising newcomer in Tom Sweet) makes his presence and opinion felt by […]

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