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Strangled on Blu-ray and DVD combo – The DVDfever Review

Strangled centres around two men, both who look very similar, so much so, in fact, that it even confused me at first as to precisely what was going on. It has a plot which does seem rather improbable, but is actually based on real-life events, and paints a very tragic, but mostly gripping tale. In […]

Blade Runner 2049 on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review & Unboxing

Blade Runner 2049 comes 35 years after the original Blade Runner, but time has moved on just 30 years. It was certainly worth seeing on the big screen, but if you missed it, then the movie still packs a small-screen punch… as long as you’re watching on a BIG small screen 😉 I will add […]

Lies We Tell – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Gabriel Byrne

Lies We Tell starts off really well, even though I wasn’t aiming for poetry in my first line. Gabriel Byrne takes the lead as Donald, the driver to rich old man Demi (Harvey Keitel), who has a Muslim mistress, Amber (Sibylla Deen), but no sooner has Demi shuffled off his mortal coil, and Donald coldly […]

And The Winner Is… – Inside No.9 Series 4 Episode 5 – The DVDfever Review

And The Winner Is… is the fifth episode of Inside No.9 Series 4, and it centres around Jury No.9, who have to decide on the winner for Best Actress for a forthcoming TV awards ceremony. Those making the decision are West End star Paula (Zoe Wanamaker),screenwriter Clive (Reece Shearsmith), whose best days are behind him, […]

Requiem Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Lydia Wilson

Requiem centres around top cellist Matilda Gray (Lydia Wilson, who fans of Star Trek Beyond will remember as Kalara, the alien who sought help from Kirk et al after telling them Idris Elba’s Krall had attacked her ship), a young woman at the top of her game who’s about to embark on a concert tour […]

Altered Carbon – The DVDfever Review – Netflix

Altered Carbon takes place 300 years into the future, where you can live after you die, as your mind and memory can be “re-sleeved” into a new body, making it sound a bit like one of my favourite films of all time, Freejack. Most disgruntled of all is specially trained “Envoy” soldier Takeshi Kovacs (Joel […]

Kingsman: The Golden Circle on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Kingsman: The Golden Circle is the sequel to 2014’s Kingsman: The Secret Service, a film I didn’t get round to watching for ages because of the censored violence in the church fight scene for the UK version, so I kept intending to get round to watching the US uncut version… …until I eventually discovered that […]

Borg Vs McEnroe on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Borg Vs McEnroe, as the title suggests, catalogues the pair fighting it out for the 1980 Wimbledon Final, between No.1 seed Bjorn Borg (Sverrir Gudnason) – looking for his fifth consecutive title, and No.2 seed and ‘superbrat’ John McEnroe (Shia LaBeouf). The latter was also an eternal hot-head in his day… so LaBeouf was a […]

The Vanishing Of Ethan Carter on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

The Vanishing Of Ethan Carter is a mystery puzzle game where you take the lead as Paul Propsero, an investigator on your last case before retiring. You receive a letter from a young lad called Ethan Carter who, as the title suggests, has done a disappearing act, and you have to figure out what happened […]

To Have And To Hold – Inside No.9 Series 4 Episode 4 – The DVDfever Review

To Have And To Hold is the fourth episode of Inside No.9 Series 4, and as it begins, Adrian (Steve Pemberton) and Harriet (Nicola Walker from The Last Train) are about to renew their wedding vows after 20 years together, but at this point, their marriage is in the doldrums, with him preferring jigsaws to […]

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