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The Girl In The Spider’s Web on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Girl In The Spider’s Web comes from the same director as the Evil Dead 2013 reboot, Fede Alvarez, and while it wasn’t a great film by any stretch of the imagination, it did have an incredible visual style. It comes from a new series of books by David Lagercrantz (and were this to be […]

Nogalious on PC and MSX – The DVDfever Review

Nogalious is a new platformer out on both PC, and also recently on the MSX. Yes, it’s another great example of new games being made for old hardware. It’s also one of the hardest platformers I’ve ever played, which thus mirrors some of the platforms I used to play in the ’80s, which made me […]

ToeJam and Earl: Back in the Groove on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

ToeJam and Earl: Back in the Groove is here! But… unfortunately, it’s a tragic effort at trying to stay relevant. I remember playing Funkatron when I was a kid and having great fun. Even though there were definitely some ‘dope’ elements to the game, overall it was, sadly, just a bore. The story is set […]

The Unholy: Vestron Collector’s Series on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Unholy is part of the Vestron Collector’s Series which came out in late February, and I’m late reviewing this, but I did end up watching it on March 20th, and at one point in the film, two characters are studying a mysterious entry in a diary, written on… March 20th! Ooooh – spooky! The […]

The Bay Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Morven Christie

The Bay in this new drama is Morecambe Bay, the setting for a new police drama where Holly and Dylan Meredith – two 15-year-old twins who – didn’t come home from a trip to a youth club, and have gone missing. Assigned to the task is DS Lisa Armstrong (Morven Christie), and while I’m obviously […]

Devil May Cry 5 on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Devil May Cry 5 is out now, and Capcom are on a roll as of late with the Resident Evil remasters (especially Resident Evil 2) and not forgetting the awesome Resident Evil 7. On top of those you have Monster Hunter World and Mega Man 11 to name but a few releases over the past […]

The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann – The DVDfever Review – Netflix

The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann is a new documentary series looking at the most high-profile case potential abduction which has ever happened relating to a child from the UK. We get anecdotes and comments about the case from other holidaygoers, journalists, those who have written about it, as well as local residents, including one-time big […]

Burning Men – The DVDfever Review – British Indie movie

Burning Men begins with witnessing the fact that Ray Shearsmith… is dead. Maybe. He’s reciting the tale from beyond the grave, though, if he has left this world. He might not have, but you get that this is being told in flashback, and we’ll get back to this moment when we reach the end. Ray […]

Lost In London – The DVDfever Review – Woody Harrelson

Lost In London was fascinating from the trailer, since it’s a film that was shot in just one-take. It reminded me of the superb 2015’s Victoria, starring Laia Costa, which did the same thing, although in that case, they filmed it 3 times over 3 nights, and the final one was the best take and […]

Cheat: The Complete Series – The DVDfever Review – Katherine Kelly

Cheat begins with University lecturer Dr Leah Dale (Katherine Kelly – Doctor Who spin-off Class) and final year student Rose (Molly Windsor – Three Girls) on opposite sites of a prison cell window, before we go back to the start of this four-parter, stripped across all of this week, as we find out how things […]

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