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South Park: The Fractured But Whole on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

South Park: The Fractured But Whole: Yes, South Park is back for a sequel, and a long-awaited sequel at that, ever since it was first announced at E3 2016 in June last year… and which was due to be released in Christmas THAT year. The first game was based on popular culture at the time […]

Mario and Rabbids Kingdom Battle on Nintendo Switch – The DVDfever Review

Mario and Rabbids Kingdom Battle proves that some games take you a little by surprise, and this is definitely one of those. Firstly, how did the annoying rabbids find their way into a well-thought-of franchise like Mario? Also, who decided that they were going to make a turn-based strategy game involving said characters? Anyhow, this […]

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 […]

Your Name on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Your Name centres around two school children – Mitsuha, a girl living in the countryside, and Taki, a boy in the bustling city of Tokyo. It quickly gets on with the plot as once the opening credits are done, the film proper begins with them waking up in each other’s bodies, so it’s of great […]

Unspeakable – The DVDfever Review – Channel 4 drama

Unspeakable centres around Jo (Indira Varma) and her 11-year-old daughter Katie (Nina Sorrentino), who’s becoming increasingly distant, soon followed by Jo receiving a text message from someone unknown, who claims her nurse boyfriend, Danny (Luke Treadaway) has been touching Katie inappropriately. Dom Robinson Reviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation survivor […]

Assassins Creed Origins on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Assassins Creed Origins marks the 10th Anniversary for the Assassins Creed franchise, of which Origins is the 10th game in the main body of the series. On top of this, there have been many other titles – around 18, including main games including mobile. ‘Origins’, as you may tell from the name, is taking the […]

Sick Note Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Rupert Grint comedy

Sick Note had me from the trailer, simply because it’s the first time I’ve seen Don Johnson in a TV series since Miami Vice. However, the series mainly centres around Daniel Glass (Rupert Grint), who’s accidentally killed his girlfriend’s cat. Becca (Pippa Bennett-Warner) is already on the verge of throwing him out, and since he […]

888poker on PC – The DVDfever Review

Over the last few years there has been an explosion in online gaming, and in online poker in particular. According to Gambling Commission figures of the £13.8 billion spent on gambling between 2015-16, $4.5 billion was spent on remote gambling, a market share of around 32%. Sarah Robertson I’m a Media & Communication studies graduate […]

Living The Dream Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Philip Glenister

Living the Dream is a new Sky One ‘fish out of water’ comedy/drama where Mal Pemberton (Philip Glenister) thinks the answer to life’s problems is to move him and his family out to Florida for a life in the sun. Well, as long as that’s his plan, fine. Alas, wherever you are, you need money. […]

Blood Simple: Director’s Cut on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Blood Simple has a simple premise, but it’s far from simple how events will turn out. Texan Bar owner Julian Marty (Dan Hedaya) suspects his wife, Abby (Frances McDormand), of playing away with young barman Ray (John Getz), and has money to burn, in the hope that their corpses will be burning later, too. Step […]

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