Border on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Border
Border stars Eva Melander as Tina, a border customs officer, similar to those I’ve been watching a lot of on Pick TV’s Stop Search Seize where, if you try and get one over Bruce Heller as you walk through the airport, he’ll snap your neck with a mere look!

Well, perhaps NOT as similar, since she sniffs a mobile phone and can tell that the micro SD card inside it is a bit dodgy, although I’d have to question that when she extracts the card, it’s already in one of those SD card shells you need to put it into a computer, so it definitely wouldn’t fit INSIDE a modern phone. Either way, she just senses such things.

New Blu-ray and DVD releases July 15th 2019

New Blu-ray and DVD releases July 15th 2019July 15th:

    Armstrong (Blu-ray and DVD)
    Blue (Derek Jarman) (Blu-ray)
    Border (Blu-ray and DVD)
    Captain Marvel (Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray, 4K Blu-ray and DVD)
    Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card – Part 2 (Blu-ray)
    Chernobyl: The Complete Series (DVD)
    Chill Factor (Blu-ray)
    Coming Home (The Masters of Cinema Series) (Blu-ray)
    Everybody Knows (Blu-ray and DVD)
    Fast and Furious: 8-movie Collection (4K Blu-ray)

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – Rated 18 by the BBFC

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has officially been rated an 18-certificate by the BBFC, so that’s no surprise for a Quentin Tarantino movie, but it does make me wonder: Is he the only director to have an 18-certificate for every single one of films?

The film has a running time of 161 minutes (so, yes, overlong for Tarantino, as usual), and it’s still out in the UK on August 14th, but the US get it earlier on July 26th.



Previously on DVDfever:

May 21st:

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood now has a second trailer, and I definitely want to see this, but again, Tarantino can’t keep a rein on the length of a film as this one runs to 2hrs 39 minutes, according to IMDB.

The film is out in the UK on August 14th, but the US get it earlier on July 26th.

Check out the trailer below:

Stranger Things 3 Breaks All Netflix Records

Stranger Things
Just when you thought that Netflix couldn’t get any bigger, along came the third season of the hit show, Stranger Things. Breaking all previous viewing records, Netflix has confirmed that 40.7 million household accounts watched the show in the first four days since it launched globally on Thursday, July 4th.

That is more than any other Netflix show or movie in the history of the company. And of those 40.7 million, 18.2 million have actually finished the entire season already.

The Dead Don’t Die leads the new cinema releases July 12th 2019

The Dead Don't Die
This week, there are FOUR new films out for you to choose from, led by The Dead Don’t Die. Here are the titles, with more info below:

    The Dead Don’t Die
    The Command
    Stuber
    Annabelle Comes Home

Dora and the Lost City of Gold – Trailer 2 – Isabela Moner

Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Dora and the Lost City of Gold now has a second trailer, and it finally does the one thing that no other trailer or picture has done – it explains why Isabela Moner is in the role, as she’s 17, and Dora is about ten years younger: This trailer shows that we’re NOT watching that Dora, we’re watching Dora as she would be when she’s a bit older, and at high school.

So now it makes sense. And as a film, it actually looks entertaining, and funny. And I’m looking forward to it!

Check out the new trailer below:

Mulan 2020 – Teaser 1 – Yifei Liu

Mulan 2020
Mulan 2020 is the live-action remake of the 1998 Disney animated movie, where this time, Yifei Liu (So Young 2: Never Gone) is Mulan, the young Chinese maiden, who disguises herself as a male warrior in order to save her father.

Burn – Trailer 1 – Josh Hutcherson

Burn
Burn centres around the deciedly odd Melinda (Tilda Cobham-Hervey, above), whose petrol station is held up at gunpoint by a desperate man in need of cash – Billy (Josh Hutcherson). Melinda is a lonely and unstable station attendant, and tired of being overshadowed by her more outgoing co-worker, Sheila (Suki Waterhouse), and finds an opportunity to make a connection with the robber.

The trailer gets more weird the longer it goes on, but I’m really looking forward to this.

Secret Obsession – Trailer 1 – Brenda Song

Secret Obsession
Secret Obsession centres around Jennifer (Brenda Song), who’s had an accident and is recuperating from trauma, but she remains in danger as she returns to a life she doesn’t remember.

Basically, the man who said is her significant other – Russell (Mike Vogel) – may or may not be telling porkies. And since this is a movie, he’s definitely telling porkies! As such, this looks like one of thos typical dumb psychological horror movies you’ve seen a million times before. Avoid.

The Dead Don’t Die – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Bill Murray

The Dead Don’t Die is a zombie horror comedy from Jim Jarmusch looked amazing from the trailer…

The premise is that time’s not behaving. It’s the summer and it’s not getting dark when it should. Whatever’s going on is causing the earth’s rotation to change… and that means zombies!

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