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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 […]

In The Line Of Duty – The DVDfever Review – Aaron Eckhart, Ben McKenzie

In The Line Of Duty is a new cop thriller, which is simply called “Line of Duty” in the US, but…. y’know, the famous BBC series? This movie is certainly a world away from that, and cop Frank Penny (Midway‘s Aaron Eckhart, above) is so old-school that he still watches TV in his kitchen on […]

Once Upon a Time In Hollywood – The DVDfever Review

Once Upon a Time In Hollywood is billed at Quentin Tarantino‘s 9th film, even though he’s made more if you count short films and anything before Reservoir Dogs. Beginning on the weekend of Saturday February 8th 1969, the only real constants are Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio), a movie star whose best days are behind him, […]

The Wolf’s Call – The DVDfever Review

The Wolf’s Call had a trailer which made this look like it could be as gripping as 1994’s incredible Crimson Tide, but did it? It centres around submariner Chanteraide (Frank‘s François Civil – above), aka Socks, who has the ‘golden ear’ and can detect an evil submarine at 50 paces… or something like that. Basically, […]

Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise Of Skywalker – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise Of Skywalker is out now and brings not only this new trilogy of films to a close, but also the entire nonet of films (yes, that’s the word for a collection of nine things, and yes, I had to look it up). Okay, I could’ve just said ‘The Entire […]

Crawl on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review – Kaya Scodelario

Crawl starts with Haley (Kaya Scodelario) losing out in a swimming race, reminding her of her time back at school when the same thing used to happen, but now, a storm is about to hit the town and she might just have to swim for her life, because as per the trailer, the storm brings […]

Angel Has Fallen – The DVDfever Cinema / Blu-ray Review

Angel Has Fallen is now out on Blu-ray, and I’ve updated my cinema review to include a look at the extras, which is later on in this review. The film follows on from 2013’s Olympus Has Fallen, which I thought was brilliant, and 2016’s London Has Fallen, which I found to be even better, so […]

The Courier – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Olga Kurylenko

The Courier is one of those films that goes straight to home release/streaming, despite having big hitters in the cast like Olga Kurylenko (Quantum of Solace) and Gary Oldman (Darkest Hour), but as well as those two leads, one thing that drew me to this is that it’s an 18-certificate release in a world where […]

Gwendoline Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review – Tawny Kitaen

Gwendoline is a film I wanted to check out because… y’know, Tawny Kitaen (above centre). She was the better half of Whitesnake’s David Coverdale for a while after appearing in his band’s videos in the late ’80s. Here, she’s similarly attired. Before I get into the plot, such that it is, rest assured this is […]

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