Archive for the ‘Blu-ray’ Category

Paterson on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Paterson is the film is a young man called Paterson, who drives a bus in the town of Paterson, New Jersey. Taking in a week of his life, Adam Driver (Kylo Ren in Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens) narrates a series of poems he writes on a daily basis, but he won’t show […]

Vengeance: A Love Story on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Vengeance: A Love Story is a gritty thriller which its lead, Nicolas Cage, was originally slated to direct, but instead chose to produce alongside Michael Mendelsohn, who also took the same reins with Cage’s recent wartime real-life drama, USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage. Dom Robinson Reviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve […]

Pet on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Pet centres around loner Seth (Dominic Monaghan) who works in a dog pound by day, then chances across young waitress Holly (Ksenia Solo) and tries to chat her up, preteding he went to college with her – albeit the year above – when he clearly looks like a stalker and, in real life, is eleven […]

I, Daniel Blake on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

I, Daniel Blake begins with the 59-year-old carpenter titular character, portrayed by comedian Dave Johns, applying for ESA (Employment and Support Allowance), and being asked a succession of – irrelevant, to him – questions when he just wants to discuss the heart attack that’s led to his doctor signing him off from work until he […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

Hell Comes To Frogtown on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Hell Comes To Frogtown is centred in a world where nuclear war came and went after the government bigwigs through it would solve all problems and just require a few bombs going back and forth between warring countries… No, it set mankind back ten years (I’m surprised it wasn’t longer). 68% of the male population […]

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