Posts Tagged ‘Stacy Martin’

The Childhood of a Leader on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Childhood of a Leader is a bizarre film set in an alternate world where the Third Reich, as we know it, aren’t going to come to power one day, but they may as well do. Set in France, 1918, young Prescott (a promising newcomer in Tom Sweet) makes his presence and opinion felt by […]

Tale Of Tales on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Tale Of Tales is a film from Matteo Garrone, who co-wrote the screenplay, based on 17th century Italian poet Giambattista Basile‘s The Pentamerone, which translates as “The Tale of Tales, or Entertainment for Little Ones”), yet, while on the one hand, some of the visuals are not what you’d want your children to see, on […]

High-Rise on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

High-Rise is classed as one of those ‘unfilmable novels’, although I don’t read books, probably having been put off early in life by being given Duncton Wood to read while I was in hospital. It had 736 pages and didn’t grasp me at all. At school, we were forced to read George Orwell’s 1984. I […]

Tale of Tales – Official Trailer #1 – Salma Hayek

Tale of Tales looks to be like a Grimm’s fairytale that goes just a bit further to be as less syrupy-sweet as possible, and so, for me, might actually be worth watching. It’s director Matteo Garrone’s first English-language movie and interweaves three separate story strands bookended by brief bits in which Italians Alba Rohrwacher and […]

The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun Trailer #1

The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun is a film I didn’t realise at first was originally made in 1970 with Samantha Eggar and Oliver Reed. This time round, Freya Mavor (right) plays the lady in question, Dany Dorému, and it’s based on the novel La Dame dans l’auto avec des lunettes […]

Nymphomaniac Vol I. & Vol II. on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Nymphomaniac shows that Lars Von Trier doesn’t do things by halves, as his latest opus makes it to Blu-ray and DVD in a 2-part story totalling a shade over four hours. Vol.I begins with Joe (Charlotte Gainsbourg) being found in an alley by an innocent, old man called Seligman (Stellan Skarsgård), since she’s been beaten […]

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