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Below, check out the forthcoming Blu-rays and DVDs, many of which are in the cinema now (plus more here), and also check out upcoming videogame releases!!

Date TBC:

    1917 (Blu-ray, 4K Blu-ray and DVD)
    A Beautiful Day In The Neighbourhood (Blu-ray and DVD)
    Bad Boys For Life (Blu-ray, 4K Blu-ray and DVD)
    Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (Blu-ray, 4K Blu-ray and DVD)
    Black Christmas (Blu-ray and DVD)
    Blue Story (Blu-ray and DVD)

Thinking Out Loud – Inside No.9 Series 5 Episode 5 – The DVDfever Review

Thinking Out Loud
Thinking Out Loud is the fifth episode of Inside No.9 Series 5.

Seven people, seven voices on camera, and the billing for this states “their fates inevitably, inextricably, and unknowingly set for a head-on collision”… in the same way as The League of Gentlemen Series 3? Hopefully not involving Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen again.

Relaxer on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Relaxer
Relaxer gives us something we’ve never seen before: a movie where Abbie is a character portrayed by a man.

Okay, so his name is really Abner, but sticking with it, this Abbey (Joshua Burge) is approaching the year 2000 – when we were told we’d get the Y2K apocalypse – by playing Tony Hawk Skateboarding on his Nintendo 64, but what he really wants to achieve is level 256 on Pac-Man, apparently the “unbeatable” level, yet all the time he considers what he’s doing is relaxing.

Mokoko on PC – The DVDfever Review – Gals Panic-style Ecchi anime

Mokoko Mokoko – Classic Qix with anime chicks!

Yes, it’s Gals Panic-style anime in an Ecchi style, which is something for which I’ve only just learned while playing this. It’s not my usual sort of game, but ones should enjoy all the meats of our cultural stew!

Holiday on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review – Victoria Carmen Sonne

Holiday
Holiday begins with young Sascha (Victoria Carmen Sonne) arriving at the Turkish Riviera, being picked up by Bobby (Yuval Segal), on behalf of her new beau, drug lord Michael (Lai Yde), and does herself no favours when she helps herself to some of his dodgy money.

However, while she’s seeing him, she also has a chance meeting with a couple of guys in an ice cream parlour and takes a shine to one of them, Thomas (Thijs Römer).

Flesh And Blood – The DVDfever Review – Russell Tovey, Stephen Rea

Flesh And Blood
Flesh And Blood is a new four-part drama on ITV with the premise that someone’s lying injured on the beach, but who? Ah, there’s the rub!

And no, I’m not going to tell you. That’s for you to find out when the drama reveals the answer, because that’s how television works.

Ascension of the Cybermen – Doctor Who Series 12 Episode 9 – The DVDfever Review

Ascension of the Cybermen
Ascension of the Cybermen is the penultimate episode of Doctor Who Series 12…

The Timeless Children – Doctor Who Series 12 Episode 10 – Trailer

The Timeless Children
The Timeless Children is the series finale of Doctor Who Series 12, or season finale if you’re American…

New Blu-ray 3D 4K and DVD releases February 24th 2020

New Blu-ray 3D 4K and DVD releases February 24th 2020 New Blu-ray 3D 4K and DVD releases February 24th 2020 are as follows:

    A Silent Voice (Blu-ray/DVD Double Play)
    Anne of the Thousand Days (Blu-ray and DVD)
    Brothers Till We Die (Blu-ray)
    Calamity of a Zombie Girl (Blu-ray)
    Chained for Life (Blu-ray Limited Edition)
    Cyrano De Bergerac (Blu-ray)
    Dragon Ball Super Part 10 (Blu-ray and DVD)
    Endless Night (Blu-ray Limited Edition)
    Father Came Too! (Blu-ray and DVD)

I Am Not Okay With This – The DVDfever Review – Netflix

I Am Not Okay With This I Am Not Okay With This centres around 17-year-old Sydney (Sophia Lillis IT Chapter Two), who says in the narration that she’s white, and boring, “…and I’m okay with that”.

She lives in a place she can’t stand (Pennsylvania – I’ve never been, but she doesn’t like it at all) with her mother and younger brother, having moved there since her father passed away; and is still trying to find herself as well as making sense of a great deal of things in the world.

Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

Pillars of Eternity 2: DeadfirePillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire
Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire is out now and has been a while coming to consoles after the PC version launched on Steam and GOG back in May 2018. From what I have read and understand, there is also a Nintendo Switch port coming some point in December 2020 so that’s one to watch out for if you have a Switch.

This sequel is set 5 years after the events of the first game. Once again, the game is set in Eora and you – the player – takes on the role of The Watcher. Eothas, the god of rebirth and light, who was believed dead, awakens under you stronghold Caed Nua. His awakening isn’t peaceful, however, and he obliterates your stronghold and drains the souls of everyone within the vicinity. The Watcher does have part of his/her soul torn away, but does survive as Berath, the God of death, offers to restore the soul in exchange of becoming a herald and take on the task of pursuing Eothas across the Deadfire Archipelago to find out what he is doing.

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