Posts Tagged ‘Quentin Tarantino’

Ronin Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Ronin is the name given to Japanese Samurai swordsmen sworn to protect their liege after they had failed in their duty, forcing them to wander the land looking for work as hired swords and bandits. Now the Cold War has ended, this is the age of the freelance killer. In Paris a five-strong group, each […]

The Internet In Stupid Volume 1

The Internet In Stupid is my collection of a number of articles from the internet in the past week which go some way to highlight the amount of shoddy journalism out there from overlong headlines, to headlines that are complete gibberish, to articles which are just utter, twisted rubbish. Maybe they already get so many […]

The Hateful Eight – The DVDfever Review – Quentin Tarantino’s latest gun-show is a huge misfire

The Hateful Eight starts with two of the octet, hangman John Ruth (Kurt Russell) taking his prisoner, Daisy Domergue (Jennifer Jason Leigh), to Red Rock to hang. What’s her crime? Well, you’ll find that out eventually, but for a film that runs almost three hours in its standard form, it takes almost 90 minutes before […]

She’s Funny That Way – Official Trailer #1 – Owen Wilson, Jennifer Aniston Movie HD

She’s Funny That Way stars Owen Wilson as Arnold, a married Broadway director, who falls for prostitute-turned-actress Izzy (Imogen Poots), and works to help her advance her career. With a large cast including Jennifer Aniston as therapist Jane, plus Lucy Punch, Kathryn Hahn, Jennifer Esposito, Rhys Ifans, Debi Mazar, Will Forte, Cybill Shepherd, Joanna Lumley, […]

Winston Wolf – Pulp Fiction-inspired Direct Line “Break In” TV advert

Winston Wolf is the character portrayed by Harvey Keitel (right) towards the end of Quentin Tarantino‘s classic second movie, Pulp Fiction, which also starred John Travolta, Uma Thurman and Samuel L Jackson. Winston, aka “The Wolf”, fixes problems. It’s a contraversial choice, for sure, since in Pulp Fiction, he was telling Jules and Vincent to […]

Django Unchained – The DVDfever Cinema review

Django Unchained begins in 1858, two years before the start of the American Civil War, where we see dentist Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz) trying to buy Django (Jamie Foxx) when he lies in wait for the slave, who’s walking amongst a group of them being led through the forest, but is forced to take […]

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