Posts Tagged ‘Marco Beltrami’

Logan – The way ALL superhero movies should be made – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Logan is purportedly the final Wolverine movie, and I’ll only go into as much detail as the Red Band Trailer 2 shows below, as it’s often difficult to know what you can and can’t say about an X-Men film, without giving spoilers. There’s a lot more to discover throughout the long but necessary 137 minutes, […]

The Shallows on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Shallows was pitched as a shark vs. Blake Lively, an actress so deathly dull in never-grow-old drama The Age of Adeline that I willed for the big fish to take her. Will the shark eat her? Will she eat the shark, washed down by a waffer-thin mint? After some initial setup where she laments […]

Gods of Egypt – Win on DVD – COMPETITION (now closed)

NOTE: The competition is now closed and the winners were Debbi Ruskin, Diane Howkins and Charmain Filewood. DVDfever.co.uk and Entertainment One have teamed up to give you a chance to win a copy of Gods of Egypt on DVD, starring Brenton Thwaites, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Gerard Butler. There are 3 DVDs up for grabs in […]

Ben-Hur 2016 – Rodrigo Santoro, as Jesus, nails it – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Ben-Hur 2016 begins with some mad, macho-style posturing, as it fast-forwards to the eventual chariot race when brothers Judah Ben-Hur (Jack Huston) and Messala (Toby Kebbell), his brother from another mother, are at odds with each other: Messala: “You should have stayed away!” Judah Ben-Hur: “You should have killed me!” Messala Severus: (decidedly) “I will.” […]

Gods Of Egypt – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Gods Of Egypt takes place in a time when everyone relies on the Gods to provide everything they need, which is usually a thinly-veiled excuse to burgle. Channel 4 used to run a similar event in weekly form, calling it Benefits Street. It’s also a time when tears salt the earth, whatever that means. In […]

The Night Before on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Night Before is a Christmas film getting a Blu-ray and DVD release just as spring is attempting to… er… spring. But that’s better than studios waiting a whole year to put such a film out to buy. Ethan’s (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) parents both died just before Christmas Day, 2001, so every year, he, Isaac (Seth […]

Hitman Agent 47 – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Hitman Agent 47 is the second attempt at bringing the big baldy bastard with his big Ballers to the silver screen. The key to being a good hitman is to appear ‘invisible’. That is, to hide in plain sight. Being a nearly-middle-aged man, I find this very easy, indeed. Most people ignore me, particularly women. […]

Fantastic Four (2015) – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Fantastic Four. Yes, it’s only been ten years since we last saw these four characters get their special powers, and then come together to sort out big baddie Dr Doom, followed by a lame sequel in 2007. And now, ten years on, we’ve got to sit through another near-two-hours watching the four characters get their […]

COMPETITION (now closed) – Win The Gunman on Blu-ray!

NOTE: This comp is now closed and the winners were: Adam A Smith, Diane Whale and Helen Lee. DVDfever.co.uk and Studiocanal have teamed up to give you a chance to win a copy of The Gunman on Blu-ray, which stars Sean Penn, Javier Bardem, Ray Winstone, Mark Rylance, Idris Elba and Sarah Moyle! There are […]

The Gunman on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Gunman stars Sean Penn in the lead role as action man Jim Terrier. He’s one of a number of men, involved in an operation far away, where they all did very bad things that they were bound to regret later in life, partly because it plays on their minds, but mostly because they end […]

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