Posts Tagged ‘Christopher Lennertz’

Baywatch: Extended Cut (2017) on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review – Extend your Johnson on Blu-ray!

Baywatch was a classic piece of escapist entertainment back in the day, and forget Pamela Anderson. For me, Erika Eleniak was my Baywatch babe, even if her breasts were similarly fake. Plus, don’t forget Billy Warlock in the brilliant Brian Yuzna horror movie, Society. When I first heard about this new incarnation, I figured it’d […]

Sausage Party on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Sausage Party features lots of rudeness as sausages meet buns, causing much innuendo, which made me feel that the number of ideas were so thin in the trailer that I was amazed it lasted two-and-a-half minutes. It began as a typical CGI movie where various items of food were bought in a supermarket – thinking […]

Bad Moms – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Bad Moms stars Mila Kunis as Amy. She’s 32 and feeling old. At the coffee company where she works, everyone is under 25 and spends their days playing ping pong and rollerskating round the office. Amy’s trying to be a good mother, but the stress of getting her daughter, Jane (Oona Laurence), to soccer* practice […]

The DVDfever Radio Show podcast Show 22 – latest show online now!

The DVDfever Radio Show is a weekly show where I look through the week’s releases in movies and videogames, plus the charts, a look at what’s new on TV, and news for all three! Show 22 includes reviews of Horrible Bosses on Blu-ray, starring Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Aniston, Colin […]

Horrible Bosses: Totally Inappropriate Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Horrible Bosses begins with stockbroker Nick Hendricks (Jason Bateman) telling us in a voiceover that in a lot of businesses no-one ever likes to take shit from anyone, and that such a design for life didn’t work for his grandma who came to the UK with $20 in her pocket and had only turned it […]

Horrible Bosses – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Horrible Bosses: Saturday night at the movies, Nottingham Cineworld screen 4 was packed and Mrs W and I were in need of a good giggle. I’d been informed by very reliable sources that we would be fulfilled by this film. Sadly, we were not. And, even more surprisingly, considering this film’s hype, neither was the […]

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