Posts Tagged ‘Die Hard’

Die Hard Trilogy on PSone – The DVDfever Review

Die Hard Trilogy: Welcome to the party pal! We are now in December and if you love it or hate it, Christmas is almost here. To some that means: family, gifts, a religious holiday or time for overeating to the point of throwing up; but to me it means it’s time to break out Die […]

Alan Rickman dies aged 69 from cancer

Alan Rickman has died at the age of 69 from cancer, it has been announced. This comes in the same week as the late, great David Bowie, whose death was announced on Monday, another death who was completely unexpected. An expert on stage and screen, I first saw Alan Rickman in the incredible genre-defining actioner, […]

A Good Day To Die Hard on Blu-ray – The DVDfever review

A Good Day To Die Hard begins with bad guy Yuri Komarov (Sebastian Koch) languishing in jail until he gives another bad guy what he wants, namely a file on some other bad guy called Chagarin (Sergey Kolesnikov). Meanwhile, bad son Jack (Jai Courtney) is in Russia bumping off bad guys in nightclubs, and John […]

A Good Day To Die Hard released on Blu-ray & DVD from June 10th

BRUCE WILLIS RETURNS FOR THE FIFTH INSTALLMENT OF THE LEGENDARY ACTION FRANCHISE A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD Unlocking an Extended Cut of the Film Not Seen in Theatres and More than Two Hours of Explosive Bonus Features, the Heart Pounding Thriller Comes Home Just in Time for Father’s Day Arriving on Digital HD™, Blu-ray […]

Mark Kermode on 12A Die Hard 5 ‘censorship’ by distributors for cinema audiences

Mark Kermode, I am so glad your video exists. This practice of trimming films for the cinema has got to stop. Or at least make 15-rated versions available, similar to having both 2D and 3D versions of some films in a cinema. I was so looking forward to seeing this in the cinema, where it […]

Taken 2 on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Taken 2?? I was never quite taken with Taken, and this sequel didn’t get great reviews at the cinema, but this film is short enough to not take up too much of my time (92 mins for the 12-rated cinema version, and 98 mins for the 15-rated ‘harder cut’, so we’re already subjected to certificate […]

A Good Day To Die Hard – Official Trailer 1

A Good Day To Die Hard: I’m looking forward to this. However, with a terrible title, I also find the timing of release rather odd as Jan/Feb is usually the place to hide rubbish films, eg. Rambo 4. I hope I’m wrong. Dom Robinson Reviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation […]

Why films on TV in their original widescreen ratio is good for you

Well, the reason it’s good for you is because you’re seeing the film as it was originally intended by the director. In times gone by, some people would baulk at the thought of black bars on their screen, but this has thankfully waned somewhat, thanks to the home cinemas that have taken over our living […]

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