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The Commuter on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Commuter starts with an overlong intro that shows Michael (Liam Neeson) living the same kind of day over and over, as we all do when going to work. So we get it – without all that faffing about. Anyhoo, one day, he realises just how much debt he’s in, and while having the day […]

Deadpool 2: Dead Pooler – The DVDfever Cinema Review – The Best Film of 2018?

Deadpool 2: You’ll laugh! You’ll cry! You’ll hear naughty words! First off, there’s a BIG Logan spoiler – as well as a non-spoilery note that the Wolverine was ‘riding on his coat tails’ for getting an R-rated film on the big screen (or 15-cert in the UK), but either way, if you haven’t seen that […]

Space Truckers on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Space Truckers initially centres around intergalactic delivery driver John Canyon (Dennis Hopper) taking wide loads from A to B across the universe, in his space truck known as Bitchin’ Betty, but when dropping into the diner where waitress Cindy works (Debi Mazar), to whom he’s forever proposing, and there he also meets drifter Mike Pucci […]

All the Money in the World on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

All the Money in the World is a film that feels like the real drama happened off-screen rather than on, but I’ll come to that in a bit. The premise is simple enough. J Paul Getty (Christopher Plummer) was the world’s first billionaire, and with the film starting on July 10th 1973, his grandson, John […]

The Cured on DVD – The DVDfever Review

The Cured has an interesting premise in that, after a zombie outbreak, someone managed to cure a number of them, so they can rejoin the rest of society… but are they REALLY cured? What do you think?! After all, why else would they make such a film? 75% are deemed fine, including Abbie’s (Ellen Page) […]

Allure – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Allure is another one of those films where I’m going to be out of step with a lot of people because when I checked IMDB, it had a score of around 4.6/10. They must have clearly been watching a different movie, since this is a great drama. House cleaner Laura (Evan Rachel Wood) comes across […]

Redoubtable – The DVDfever Cinema Review – aka Godard Mon Amour

Redoubtable tells a tale which I’d never come across before, showing the relationship in the late ’60s between French film director Jean-Luc Godard (Louis Garrel) and his muse, Anne Wiazemsky, from start to finish since, while she’s approaching 20, he’s in his late 30s. What can go wrong?! He thinks he knows everything. She’s young […]

Acts of Vengeance on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review – Antonio Banderas

Acts of Vengeance looks like a film which someone intended to present in 2.35:1 like most action movies, but instead, shot it at around 16:9 and forgot to mask it to 2.35:1 in the final edit. Also, the font of the opening credits, and how they appear onscreen, looks like they’ve been applied with Photoshop […]

Cargo – The DVDfever Review – Martin Freeman – Netflix

Cargo see Bilbo Baggins going on another quest… as couple Andy (Martin Freeman) and Kay (Susie Porter), who are stuck in the Australian outback, trying to get to a military base for reasons which, at the start we’re unaware, with Kay asking, “What IF we’ve outrun it?”, but what exactly is IT? Well, we know […]

Avengers: Infinity War – Tekken In Space – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Avengers: Infinity War is the big all-in CRASH!BASH!SMASH! superhero movie where they all get together in a handful of big fights, in all manner of places, all trying to stop genocidal maniac Thanos from aquiring all six of the Infinity Stones, since if he does, he’ll be able to destroy the entire universe. So, easy […]

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