Marriage Story – Trailer 1 – Scarlett Johansson

Marriage Story Marriage Story is billed as Academy Award nominated filmmaker Noah Baumbach‘s incisive and compassionate look at a marriage breaking up, and a family staying together, this film starring Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver.

Or, more accurately, it looks like 2019’s “One to miss!” as Black Widow and Kylo Ren are trying to get a divorce in the most ‘moping about’ way possible.

Bloodshot – Trailer 1 – Vin Diesel

Bloodshot Bloodshot effectively turns Vin Diesel (Fast And Furious 8) into a Universal Soldier as he’s brought back from the dead.

Taken from the comic book, written by Yvel Guichet, he plays Ray Garrison, a slain mobster, who is re-animated with superpowers. I’ve never heard of that one before, but anyone who follows me long enough will know I’ve rather had enough of this sort of thing in the main.

Eighth Grade on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Eighth Grade
Eighth Grade is a film that looked superb from the trailer, but was one of those indie films that I knew would get short shrift from the multiplexes, so watching it on Blu-ray would be the answer when the release came round.

The review disc arrived, but… had the release date slipped? Well, a bit more time went by and I realised that the film has come out as a download, but any signs of physical media have disappeared! It took me a while to realise that, since quite often, the release schedules I check will show a digital version coming out a week or two before a physical release.

Anyhoo, I wanted to see this, so here we are, and if you’re unfamiliar with what the title means, it’s the year where kids will age between 13-14. For me, that was the third year in Senior School, and the time when I went on a school trip to Russia, coming home just two weeks before the Chernobyl explosion in April 1986. In the US, it’s the time just before you start high school.

His Dark Materials Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – James McAvoy

His Dark Materials His Dark Materials is the Philip Pullman trilogy of novels which I have never read, nor did I see The Golden Compass, the 2007 movie made with the intention to kickstart a whole trilogy, but like Daniel Craig’s other trilogy attempt to redo The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, neither got beyond the first outing.

So, I come to this eight-part series completely afresh.

Shadowkeep: Destiny 2 DLC on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Shadowkeep is the latest DLC released now, and Destiny 2 is certainly a game with which I have a love/hate relationship, especially after last year’s Forsaken expansion, as well as the prior two expansions not really bringing anything in terms of vast improvements to the game. For this latest one, I was waiting in hope that the core experience would return to a bit more of an even balance, instead of huge sweeping changes like they did with Forsaken

Shadowkeep takes us back to the Moon under supervision from Eris Morn – you remember her from the first game don’t you? She is a bit of an expert on The Hive and was a hunter who led a fire team to their death trying to assassinate Crota and ended up helping coordinate the battle against Oryx: The Taken King.

Giri/Haji – The DVDfever Review – BBC drama

Giri/Haji Giri/Haji translates as Duty/Shame, and it’s one of those titles for a piece of entertainment which is anoying from a SEO point of view, because search engine optimisation really hates symbols in a keyword.

Anyhoo, this thriller takes place in both Tokyo and London, as two estranged brothers – Kenzo (Takehiro Hira) and Yuto (Yosuke Kubozuka) – live on opposite sides of the world, driven there by what the billing for the drama states is down to the spiralling consequences of one violent split-second decision.

Red Dead Redemption 2 – New trailer in 4K 60fps

Red Dead Redemption 2 Red Dead Redemption 2 and now has a new trailer in 4K 60pfs, and it’s absolutely gorgeous!:

Check out the new trailer below:

New Blu-ray and DVD releases October 21st 2019

New Blu-ray and DVD releases October 21st 2019 New Blu-ray and DVD releases October 21st 2019 are as follows:

    A Town Called Eureka Seasons 1-5 (DVD)
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    Adventure Time Season 3 (Blu-ray and DVD)
    Adventure Time Season 4 (Blu-ray and DVD)
    American Gangster (4K Blu-ray)
    Aniara (Blu-ray)
    Beatrice Cenci (Blu-ray)
    Ben 10: Top Ten Alien Battles (DVD)

Gemini Man 3D HFR – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Gemini Man
Gemini Man has been a film that’s been long in the making, but not long-awaited judging by its box-office performance in the first week.

Usually a Hollywood heavy-hitter, Will Smith is Henry Brogan, a hitman with 72 kills under his belt, the latest and last playing out as the film begins, but although he now wants to retire, there are baddies who want to ‘retire’ him by bumping him off, but only to him (because we’ve all seen the trailer), he’s surprised that the person coming after him looks pretty much identical to himself, albeit younger.

The Accident Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Sarah Lancashire

The Accident The Accident begins with an unexpected – but amusing – scene as Polly Bevan (Sarah Lancashire Kiri) finds 15-year-old daughter Leona (Jade Croot) in bed with a lad who’s far too old for her, but rather than get the cops involved, she shoots him out in her own inimiatable style.

Beyond that, while the adults are all involved in a fun run soon after, Leona and her friends kids break into a sectioned off area of a site where some construction work is going on, leading to a building that’s part of the works, and which we know from the trailer is going to be anything but safe.


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