Living With Yourself – Trailer 1 – Paul Rudd

Living With Yourself Living With Yourself is a new series with the ever-charmless Paul Rudd (Ant-Man and the Wasp) where he stars as a man who undergoes an experimental treatment to improve his life, and revitalise his DNA. However, it leads to there now being two of him. Oh, let hilarity ensue(!)

Maybe this might make a reasonable 90-minute comedy movie, but no, it’s an entire series.

In The Shadow of the Moon – Trailer 1 – Michael C Hall

In The Shadow of the Moon In The Shadow of the Moon centres around Philadelphia police officer Thomas Lockhart (Boyd Holbrook) who, in 1998, and hungry to become a detective, begins tracking a serial killer who mysteriously resurfaces every nine years. But when the killer’s crimes begin to defy all scientific explanation – as they can seemingly come back from the dead, his obsession with finding the truth threatens to destroy his career, his family, and possibly his sanity.

In The Shadow of the Moon is released on Netflix on September 27th, and looks superb.

Director: Jim Mickle
Writers: Geoffrey Tock, Gregory Weidman
Also stars: Michael C Hall, Bokeem Woodbine, Cleopatra Coleman, Sarah Dugdale

Check out the trailer below:

Defending The Guilty Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Katherine Parkinson

Defending The Guilty Defending the Guilty is a new BBC courtroom sitcom which saw a pilot episode produced last year, but this completely passed me by. Did I miss a gem?

The first episode in this six-part series is that very same pilot, so you can find out for yourself…

Ad Astra leads the new cinema releases September 20th 2019

Ad AstraThis week, there are FIVE new films out for you to choose from, led by Ad Astra. Here are the titles, with more info below:

    Ad Astra
    The Farewell
    Malibu Road
    The Kitchen
    Rambo: Last Blood

Japan with Sue Perkins – The DVDfever Preview

Japan with Sue Perkins Japan with Sue Perkins takes us to a country I’ve wanted to visit for so long, and it’s also the first time for this host, and the journey starts in Tokyo, the Sacred Forests of the Kii Peninsula, Kyoto and Hiroshima. However, given that she has three weeks to spend there, why do we only have two episodes?

The fact it’s just a two-parter means we only get to see snippets of her visit, whether it’s a trip to a sumo wrestling event (even though she did take part in an event a bit later), we see robots in the home, robotic hotel check-in staff, and also how there’s a strong work ethic which even extends to kids having to complete entrance exams to get into kindergarten.

New Blu-ray and DVD releases September 16th 2019

New Blu-ray and DVD releases September 16th 2019 New Blu-ray and DVD releases September 16th 2019 are as follows:

    Arrow Season 7 (Blu-ray and DVD)
    Arrow Seasons 1-7 (DVD)
    Ask Dr. Ruth (DVD)
    Bunny Lake Is Missing (Blu-ray)
    At Last the 1948 Show (DVD)
    Comes a Horseman (Blu-ray)
    Do Not Adjust Your Set (DVD)
    Eyes of Laura Mars (Blu-ray)
    High Noon (The Masters of Cinema Series) (Blu-ray Limited Edition)
    Jackie Chan’s Police Story and Police Story 2 (Blu-ray)
    John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum (Blu-ray, 4K Blu-ray and DVD)
    John Wick Trilogy (Blu-ray, 4K Blu-ray and DVD)

Remnant: From the Ashes on PC – The DVDfever Review

Remnant: From the Ashes Remnant: From the Ashes is out now, and I love new I.P.s, as they can take us right out of our modern gaming comfort zone, especially with first- and third-person shooters.

On top of that, it is great to see something a bit different instead of a years-old tried and tested formula – I’m looking at you Call of Duty! Gunfire Games – most notably known for Darksiders 3 and Darksiders 2: Deathfinitive Edition – have brought us Remnant: From the Ashes as a brand new I.P.

Control on PC – The DVDfever Review

Control
Control shows Remedy are back with a new I.P. after the success of both Alan Wake and American Nightmare, followed by Quantum Break, in recent years.

This time round they have brought us another story-rich single-player experience, which is exclusive to the EPIC Store on PC but also available on both Xbox One and PS4 (Alan Wake & Quantum Break initially being Xbox only titles when released).

Heavy Rain on PC – The DVDfever Review

Heavy Rain
Heavy Rain is a game which came out during the PS3 generation, in 2010, and which rather passed me by at the time as story-based games weren’t really quite my bag. However, I later played Quantic Dream’s Beyond Two Souls on PS3 and loved it. It got some poor reviews by some press, but that was only from so-called reviewers who either didn’t understand it, or didn’t care to, and so just gave it 2/5 and moved on.

In this review, I will mention some of the issues I’ve had with it, but what I must state upfront is that it has a very affecting storyline, and you’ll control a number of different characters as you progress, at first seemingly feeling like they all have their own separate storylines, but their paths will cross as time goes on.

Jesy Nelson: Odd One Out – The DVDfever Review – BBC Three

Jesy Nelson: Odd One Out Jesy Nelson: Odd One Out tells of the pop star’s time from 2011 onwards when she was put into the band Little Mix on X-Factor.

All four of them were told they HAD to have social media accounts, and while it can be used for good, she soon discovered “everyone had an opinion on me” and she was bombarded with a ton of ‘hate mail’ but in the form of tweets, which have severely affected her, and how these comments have stuck with her, such as “You’re fat, and you look like a chipmunk”. But she shouldn’t let them.

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