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Star Trek: Picard – The DVDfever Review – Patrick Stewart

Star Trek: Picard focuses on Enterprise Captain Jean-Luc Picard’s next chapter in his life, but we already know that’s accounted for by Patrick Stewart appearing as Professor X in the X-Men movies, as well as CIA director Avery Bullock in American Dad, and occasional appearances in Family Guy, including as Avery, himself, and baby Susie […]

Uncut Gems – The DVDfever Netflix Review – Adam Sandler in career-best performance!

Uncut Gems is a film I’ve been looking forward to immensely since I heard about it, as The Safdie Brothers, who direct and co-write this, also brought us 2017’s Good Time, starring Robert Pattinson, which was a wonderful movie. It begins at the Welo Mine in Ethopia, back in autumn 2010 where… uncut gems are […]

What Did Jack Do? – The DVDfever Review – David Lynch Netflix movie

What Did Jack Do? is a new 17-minute movie from David Lynch (recently-ish seen with Harry Dean Stanton in Lucky), which arrived by surprise, and celebrates the great director’s 74th birthday. Why not release this on his 75th birthday? Well, when has Lynch ever done anything normal? As one person said on Twitter, “Netflix: Just […]

Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror – Doctor Who Series 12 Episode 4 – The DVDfever Review

Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror is the fourth episode of Doctor Who Series 12, and engineer Nikola Tesla (E.R.‘s Goran Visnjic – above) thinks he’s getting signals from Mars, which leads to an energy kerfuffle, someone unnamed kicks the bucket, the Doctor turns up with the Scooby Doo gang, and so does an alien, shooting […]

Avenue 5 – The DVDfever Review – Hugh Laurie

Avenue 5 is a new Sky One comedy from Armando Iannucci about life on the titular spaceship, helmed by Captain Ryan Clark (Hugh Laurie), who’s frequently joined by Iris Kimura (Suzy Nakamura), and they’re all frequently annoyed by shouty owner Herman Judd (Josh Gad). It begins with a few minor issues, such as given that […]

Little America – The DVDfever Review – Apple TV+

Little America is a new Apple TV+ series which has a hand in from The Big Sick‘s Kumail Nanjiani and is a series of eight individual tales about immigrants in America, all based on true stories, albeit with some fictionalisation thrown in, such is the way that TV drama works. The first one, The Manager, […]

Orphan 55 – Doctor Who Series 12 Episode 3 – The DVDfever Review

Orphan 55 is the third episode of Doctor Who Series 12, and sees The Doctor and the Scooby Doo gang get teleported to a free holiday at Tranquility Spa. Naturally, things are going to go tits up, starting with getting Ryan a virus from a vending machine… Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since […]

Neverwinter Nights Enhanced Edition on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

Neverwinter Nights Enhanced Edition is out now, and the game has been a Dungeons And Dragons fan favourite ever since its release back in 2002. At the time I passed it up, as I was more into Action RPGs like Diablo and Dungeon Siege, which released a few months prior to Neverwinter Nights. I finally […]

White House Farm – The DVDfever Review – Stephen Graham

White House Farm is a new six-part ITV drama which starts the new year by bringing us the doom and gloom of a mass murder, this time based on the true story of what happened to a family in an Essex farmhouse in August 1985. It begins with Jeremy Bamber (Freddie Fox) phoning the police […]

Detroit: Become Human on PC – The DVDfever Review

Detroit: Become Human was released in May 2018 by Quantic Dream, via Sony, as a PS4 exclusive, before coming to the PC just before Christmas. I didn’t get chance to play this as soon as the review code arrived, on release day, due to Christmas coming up. But then I found that there been a […]

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