Posts Tagged ‘Dexter Fletcher’

Eat Locals on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Eat Locals is a play on the phrase ‘Eat Local’, same as ‘Shop Local’, i.e. buy from local independent shops rather than the big chain stores that’ll live forever, anyway, but Eat Locals – with an ‘s’ – refers to… yes… eating people. The main cast, including Eve Myles, Tony Curran and Annette Crosbie, are […]

Eddie The Eagle on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Eddie The Eagle is a film that the man in question has been looking to make for about 17 years, and looked great from the trailers, but fell strangely fairly flat in the full telling, early on at least. It takes some time to get going as we see Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards (real name […]

Eddie The Eagle – Official Trailer #1 – Hugh Jackman

Eddie The Eagle tells the story of one of Britain’s great underdogs – Michael Edwards, aka Eddie The Eagle Edwards, the most famous ski jumper in British history. The film’s portrayal of Edwards’ never-say-die approach to the sport, celebrates the human spirit and resilience in the face of extraordinary odds and challenges. Taron Egerton, who […]

The Long Good Friday Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Long Good Friday is a film which I didn’t really ‘get’ when I was younger. i would’ve been in my teens when I first saw it. The late, great Bob Hoskins plays Harold Shand, a gangster with a finger in every pie, wheeling and dealing all over the place, but there’s dodgyness abound as […]

London Film Festival 2011 Part 3: The DVDfever Awards (Oct 12th-27th)

AND THE AWARD GOES TO… This was such a richly rewarding London Film Festival that DVDfever split its retrospective coverage in three. In the first two, longer instalments we looked in depth at the movies that you should rush to – or do your best to avoid – and why. And we also gave you […]

The Elephant Man on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Elephant Man is how John Merrick (portrayed by John Hurt, who was nominated for an Oscar and won a BAFTA for his performance) was dubbed when appearing at the local circus show, in the 19th century, but the one thing he didn’t have was the condition of elephantitis. However, the condition is still one […]

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