Archive for the ‘Cinema films’ Category

London Korean Film Festival 2017 by Helen M Jerome

London Korean Film Festival 2017: Every year, as winter comes around, we look forward to this event, and 2017 certainly lived up to expectations. There seems to be a real urgency in the country’s exploration of so many genres, from the introspection of The First Lap and In Between Seasons – which respectively explore straight […]

Raw – The DVDfever Review

Raw centres around freshman University student and vegetarian Justine (Garance Marillier) who, together with her biology class, are liberally splattered with animal blood as part of an initiation, leaving her with a huge rash. It also doesn’t help that this vegetarian was also cajoled into eating raw meat. This leads her to getting a taste […]

BFI 61st London Film Festival Part 3 by Helen M Jerome

BFI 61st London Film Festival Part 3 brings us all the documentaries, plus the 2017 DVDfever Film Awards! No matter the quantity and quality of high-profile feature films spread across the London Film Festival, you always find excellent documentaries squirreled away amongst them. You know you’re in safe hands with some of the established filmmakers, […]

BFI 61st London Film Festival Part 2 by Helen M Jerome

BFI 61st London Film Festival Part 2: What a time for international filmmaking – and particularly European movies from our near neighbours, Spain, Italy and France, plus Hungary, Austria and Poland. Vive la difference! So let’s plunge straight into the richly rewarding pick-and-mix bag of delights from abroad, showcased at the 2017 London Film Festival. […]

BFI 61st London Film Festival Part 1 by Helen M Jerome

BFI 61st London Film Festival Part 1: Let me take you by the hand and lead you towards the films that are streets ahead of the rest, the ones you’ll need to track down, and the ones you should probably avoid. For the 2017 London Film Festival provides a fabulous insight into an incredible burst […]

Ava – The DVDfever Review

Ava (Noée Abita) is a girl of 13 years of age, who has just learned that her sight is failing. Sure, this happens to all of us, but not at that age, and it’s happening rapidly. It could be just a matter of two weeks before she’s unable to see properly in low light, if […]

Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi – A Mix Of Dark And Light – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi treads a very well-worn path: The First Order want to obliterate the Resistance out of existence, and the Resistance don’t really want that, and have to fight back. If I said I was really excited about The Last Jedi prior to watching this, I’d be lying. I was […]

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 […]

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