Maze Runner: The Death Cure – Final Trailer

Maze Runner: The Death Cure Maze Runner: The Death Cure is finally coming out, and centres around Thomas (Dylan O’Brien), who embarks on a mission to find a cure to a deadly disease known as the “Flare”. Apparently, this will be the final film, but there’s several books in the series, so… huh?

This time, Thomas leads his group of escaped Gladers on their final and most dangerous mission yet (it says here). To save their friends, they must break INTO the legendary Last City, a WCKD-controlled labyrinth that may turn out to be the deadliest maze of all. Anyone who makes it out alive will get answers to the questions the Gladers have been asking since they first arrived in the maze.

So, it’s like Prison Break. First, Michael Schofield had to break out, then break IN to another one. Hey ho.

House IV: The Repossesion: Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

House IV: The Repossesion

House IV: The Repossesion is the final of the four House movies which were released, and as well as a return to the franchise for William Katt, it also features Denny Dillon, who Dream On fans will remember as Martin Tupper’s put-upon secretary Toby Pedalbee.

Now, Roger Cobb has a wife and daughter, but hands up who’s spooked by Ezra (Ned Romero), their Indian spirit guide… Ah, everyone? Good! Glad it’s not just me, since it’s not long before you find one big fat reason not to trust him as far as you could throw him.

House III: The Horror Show: Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

House III: The Horror Show

House III: The Horror Show comes with two versions on the same disc – a US Theatrical version (94 mins, 19 seconds) and an uncut European version (95 mins, 16 seconds). Since I’ve not seen either before, I watched the latter. Also, note that in Europe, the film was known as House III, but the US release was called The Horror Show, as both versions show here. That’s because the studio wanted to reboot the franchise.

Either way, you can’t say no to a Lance Henriksen movie!

House II: The Second Story: Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

House II: The Second Story

House II: The Second Story begins with a couple having their baby taken away, followed by a weird Wild West-type guy who wants a fancy glowing skull, and he’s prepared to kill for it!

Fast-forward to the then-present day (1987) and Jesse (Arye Gross) tells how his great-great-grandfather, also called Jesse (and who is that Wild West-type guy), fell out with a friend over the cranium, but that there’s one with jewels in the eyes will bring eternal life to whoever possesses it.

Ataribox – Pre-order from December 14th. Pre-order what?

Ataribox
Ataribox has a pre-order date of this Thursday, December 14th, but while we saw some pictures of the first prototypes, back in September (and in this post), we’ve still no-idea what we’re pre-ordering!

Atari stated in September, that everyone who’s seen it first-hand loves it, they feel that… oooh, the Atari 2600 influence, yet it still has a modern design. Well, I’d love to check one out for myself. Below is the other info that we have for it so far.

Robin Hood 2018 – Taron Egerton – First pictures!

Robin Hood 2018! Yes, the enemy of the Sheriff of Nottingham is returning to cinemas yet again, and for the first time since Ridley Scott’s 2010 movie which I couldn’t get a handle on, although in the last 3 decades, the one the stands out most, for many reasons, is the 1991 entry from Kevin Costner, and not the one with Patrick Bergin from that same year.

This new movie is directed by Otto Bathurst (Peaky Blinders, Black Mirror: The National Anthem), with Taron Egerton in the lead role, plus Jamie Foxx as Little John, Jamie Dornan as Will Scarlet, Eve Hewson as Maid Marian, and Tim Minchin as Friar Tuck. The cast also includes Paul Anderson as Guy of Gisborne, and Ben Mendelsohn as the Sheriff of Nottingham. The screenplay comes from Joby Harold, who brought us King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.

A little bit about Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, to date, it’s the most rewatchable of the recent films and I remember when it came out in the cinema in the UK, it was badly censored to get a PG, since 12-rated films couldn’t allow kids under 12 like they can now, so violence in the opening scene was cut, and Christian Slater’s f-word line changed to “Blow me! They made it!” as Kevin Costner and Morgan Freeman were catapulted over a wall, but back to the forthcoming movie…

Synopsis: Robin Hood (Taron Egerton) a war-hardened Crusader and his Moorish commander (Jamie Foxx) mount an audacious revolt against the corrupt English crown in a thrilling action-adventure packed with gritty battlefield exploits, mind-blowing fight choreography, and a timeless romance.

Check out the new images below, and Robin Hood 2018 is released in UK cinemas on September 21st 2018.

House: Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

House

House opens with Aunt Elizabeth (Susan French), who’s having a swinging time in the bedroom…

Since she’s twisting in the wind, as she’s dangling by her neck, enter nephew Roger Cobb (Big Wednesday‘s William Katt), an author who’s writing a book about his personal experiences in Vietnam, who extolls to his manager at a book-signing, when he’s being surrounded by wacky indivuduals…

    Roger: “Who are these lunatics, Frank?”
    Frank: “Your most devoted fans(!)”

Syberia 2 on Nintendo Switch – The DVDfever Review

Syberia 2

Syberia 2 is out now, and generally sequels are better than the originals, or even the game in the middle. I reviewed Syberia 3 for the PS4 and really couldn’t get on with it. Even after reading so much about the first two games, my patience ran thin with the third instalment. However, as soon as I saw that the second game was coming to the Nintendo Switch, I was excited to review it. It’s a shame there were no codes available for Syberia 1 when released on the Switch, as it would’ve been great to complete a series of reviews.

Clearly, my venture into the world of Kate Walker has not been ideal and I hadn’t played the series before. Saying that, there were a number of times whilst playing this game I felt the sense of deja-vu. Having played so many games in my life, I couldn’t put my hand on my heart and say whether I have or haven’t played Syberia 2 before.

Bancroft Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Sarah Parish ITV drama

Bancroft

Bancroft… Anne Bancroft… no, that’s The Graduate. This, however, begins in 1990, and the song “Killer“, by Adamski and Seal. Of course, anyone with a brain knows that 1990 was time for the Guru, but the former track is more appropriate as young Laura Fraser (Lily Sacofsky) is brown bread.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – Trailer 1 – Chris Pratt

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom finally has a trailer…

I thought it was madness when Universal released one 15-second teaser at the start of this week, but a lot of studios do that and it’s crazy. However, Universal must’ve lost their marbles as they released SIX OF THEM! WHY??!!

Jurassic World was a nonsense and I have yet to see ANYTHING in these which convince me otherwise, so please, Universal, just concentrate on a decent script for a change because we’ve seen dinosaurs onscreen countless times since 1993, and it’s an old idea.

But as for this trailer, well, apart from it looking disappointing that Jeff Goldblum‘s role looks small, the rest looks like everything we’ve seen before: It’s the same island, and they go back to it… the rescue nice dinosaurs before it explodes! Really?? Is that the best they could come up with??

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