Archive for the ‘Cinema films’ Category

Justice League – The DVDfever Cinema Review – …And Justice For All?

Justice League finds Gotham still in mourning from… (and I hope you’ve seen Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice before reading this!) the death of Superman, and there’s a brief bit of mobile phone footage from February 12th 2015, when he’s asked a number of questions by a member of the public including, “What’s the […]

Bad Moms Christmas – The DVDfever Cinema Review – serving up an early Christmas turkey

Bad Moms Christmas is actually titled “A Bad Moms Christmas”, but as well as it being bad for SEO (search engine optimisation) – given the ‘A’ at the start, calling it that will just file it ‘incorrectly’ when it comes to Blu-ray and DVD, as people will be looking for it until ‘B’, when it […]

Murder on the Orient Express (2017) – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Murder on the Orient Express – Listen very carefully; I shall review this only once! The flim centres around… yes, a murder, on the train known as the Orient Express. Bet that surprised you, eh? Someone has died, and someone is going to be fingered for the crime. And who better to do the fingering […]

Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Amazing Grace!

Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami opens with Miss Grace’s iconic Slave To The Rhythm, with the leady singing whilst using the hula hoop, same as when she appeared at the Queen’s Jubilee Concert in 2012 (below), making me smile so much I felt myself beaming from ear to ear as this began. The film follows […]

Double Date – The DVDfever Cinema Review – The perfect Halloween horror-comedy!

Double Date centres around two women on dates with a difference – they’re homicidal murderers. Yes, if you’ve ever wondered why you didn’t get a second date with a woman – Did she not fancy you? Did you wear the wrong shoes? Is she not impressed by your Xbox Gamertag score? …well, with these two, […]

Blade Runner 2049 – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Good, but not iconic

Blade Runner 2049 comes 35 years after the original Blade Runner, but time has moved on just 30 years. Is it worth seeing on the big screen? It is, but bear in mind that it’s long, if you didn’t like the original then your opinion won’t change with this sequel, and if you did enjoy […]

Brimstone – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Brimstone is a bit of an odd film, but one I enjoyed a lot more than I expected to after seeing the rather middling trailer. It’s essentially a story of revenge and retribution, told over four chapters (Revelation, Exodus, Genesis and Retribtion), so the naming of those, as well as the way they’re divided up, […]

London Korean Film Festival 2017 Preview by Helen M Jerome

London Korean Film Festival 2017 Preview: We’re giving you the heads-up early this year, so you can book to see the hottest Korean films around – and some of the biggest directors and stars, too. Yours truly is a sucker for Korean movies, and for this annual film festival in particular, so I’m rubbing my […]

American Assassin – The DVDfever Cinema Review

American Assassin features an effervescent, but brutal, opening as Mitch Rapp (Dylan O’Brien – The Maze Runner) is on a Spanish beach with his love, Katrina (Charlotte Vega), and about to pop the question when, out of the blue, terrorists open fire in the holiday resort, taking casualties everywhere they go. For a scene so […]

IT (2017) – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Stephen King

IT gets moving quite early on, beginning in October 1988, with introducing Pennywise the dancing clown (Bill Skarsgård) into the proceedings as he meets young Georgie Denbrough (Jackson Robert Scott) shortly after his paper boat heads down into the sewer and he’d rather like it back. Well, he can have it, but there’s a price […]

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