Archive for the ‘Blu-ray’ Category

Baywatch: Extended Cut (2017) on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review – Extend your Johnson on Blu-ray!

Baywatch was a classic piece of escapist entertainment back in the day, and forget Pamela Anderson. For me, Erika Eleniak was my Baywatch babe, even if her breasts were similarly fake. Plus, don’t forget Billy Warlock in the brilliant Brian Yuzna horror movie, Society. When I first heard about this new incarnation, I figured it’d […]

Journey To The Centre Of The Earth on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Journey To The Centre Of The Earth sees uber-wealthy Sir Oliver S Lindenbrook (James Mason) looking to make a name for himself in town, yet again, and his friend Alec McEwan (Pat Boone – yes, the singer), who’s into geology, turns up trumps when he gives Oliver a piece of lava which contains the heaviest […]

Don’t Torture A Duckling Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Don’t Torture A Duckling is one of horror maestro’s Lucio Fulci‘s first films where he used specific gory effects. The plot revolves around a child murderer in the made-up Italian town of Accendura, but you’ll be pleased to know that that is NOT where the gross goriness comes out. There’s not a huge amount else […]

My Life As A Courgette on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

My Life as a Courgette – aka My Life as a Zucchini in other territories, depending on what you call the vegetable in question – centres around 9-year-old lad Icare (Erick Abbate), who refers to himself as Courgette, who is taken into care after his mother disappears following an altercation at home. He long since […]

Ronin Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Ronin is the name given to Japanese Samurai swordsmen sworn to protect their liege after they had failed in their duty, forcing them to wander the land looking for work as hired swords and bandits. Now the Cold War has ended, this is the age of the freelance killer. In Paris a five-strong group, each […]

Mindhorn on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Mindhorn is a comedy which had me at ‘hello’ when I first saw the trailer, right before I was about to watch Free Fire, so I was gutted when the studio didn’t send enough prints round the UK, meaning my local Odeon (Trafford Centre) couldn’t show it. But now, it’s out on Blu-ray and DVD. […]

Whitney: Can I Be Me on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Whitney: Can I Be Me is one of those documentaries about an individual where I wasn’t particular enamoured with their output, but I was fascinated with how their rise and fall played out. There’s no doubt that Whitney Houston had one of the most incredible voices you’ve ever heard, best shown off with her cover […]

The Endless Summer Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Endless Summer is documentary filmmaker Bruce Brown’s movie about the search for the perfect wave, and how the ultimate achievement is to get covered by the wave, as if you’re riding through a tube. In addition, you want an ‘endless summer’, i.e. to have the warm water and waves, but without the crowds. The […]

Their Finest on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Their Finest – based on the novel, Their Finest Hour And A Half – in case you wondered why the title didn’t make a huge heap of sense and was wildly ambiguous – centres around a film company trying to make morale-boosting movies during World War II, where everyone’s overacting… in this movie, not the […]

Clash on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Clash has nothing to do with the popular London band during the ’70s and ’80s, but is more a clash of cultures and beliefs, and shows quite a rarity in filmmaking in that the entirety of the movie is set in a single location, in this case, a van. The easiest way to set the […]

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