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Snowpiercer on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review – Chris Evans

Snowpiercer is one of those films I meant to get round to watching for ages, and then came the news that a Blu-ray was finally being released in the UK. However, like buses, there’s none for ages and then 2 come along at once, because as this 2013 movies is scheduled for release on May […]

Tombstone Rashomon on DVD – The DVDfever Review – Alex Cox

Tombstone Rashomon is a new Alex Cox movie where… well, it was technically released in 2017, but is just coming to the home market now, so it was new to me. Everyone remembers what went down at Tombstone, when Kurt Russell and Val Kilmer took part in the Gunfight at the OK Corral, resulting in […]

Now You See Me 3 is now in the works

Now You See Me 3 is on the way, and the first movie of this franchise was released in 2013, quickly gaining a lot of popularity and love due to its high-quality production and fascinating plot which centers around the actions of a team of illusionists named ‘The Horsemen’, who pull off near impossible heists. […]

The Half Of It – The DVDfever Review – Netflix – Leah Lewis

The Half of It is similar, to a point, with Never Have I Ever, in that it’s a school-based tale of love where things don’t always go to plan. This time round, the female protagonist is Chinese-American Ellie Chu (Leah Lewis, above), living in the fictional area of Squahamish, New York – living alone with […]

Extraction – The DVDfever Review – Chris Hemsworth

Extraction (aka Out Of The Fire) begins with a battle-weary and ridiculously-named Tyler Rake (Chris Hemsworth), in a scene which is clearly giving us a chronically late scene in the story, before flashing back 2 days earlier to Mumbai, to begin how this all happened… A rich man’s son, Ovi (Rudhraksh Jaiswal), has been kidnapped […]

Birds Of Prey on Digital Download – The DVDfever Review – Margot Robbie

Birds Of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn – or Birds Of Prey, for short, doesn’t count 2019’s Joker movie which is a standalone affair (albeit one which will be getting a sequel), but technically follows on from 2016’s Suicide Squad, here, with Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) having broken up from said […]

Villain on DVD – The DVDfever Review – Craig Fairbrass

Villain is a rare thing in cinema these days – an 18-certificate. Too many studios steer away from it, sometimes reducing violence and other scenes in a bid to get a 15-certificate, even if it means compromising artistic integrity. Then again, that extends mainly to mainstream Hollywood cinema, and not indie movies like this, which […]

The Rhythm Section – The DVDfever Review – Blake Lively

The Rhythm Section is a tale of revenge for Stephanie Patrick, played by Blake Lively, who I first came across in The Age Of Adaline, a tedious romantic borefest masquerading has having interesting time-bending elements that led me to wish I could get those two hours back. Then, in 2016’s The Shallows, I was rooting […]

Honey Boy on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review – Shia LaBeouf

Honey Boy is a film I was drawn to because the older Shia LaBeouf seems to get, the most bizarre films me makes, and often a lot more interesting than what you’d expect from a Transformers movie, as we’ve seen from his recent film, The Peanut Butter Falcon. In this film, which Shia also wrote […]

Le Mans 66 (aka Ford v Ferrari) on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Le Mans 66 (aka Ford V Ferrari, in the US, and some other countries) looks at the relationship between Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) and Ken Miles (Christian Bale). Shelby won the 24hr Le Mans in 1959, then immediately retired due to health reasons, before selling and designing cars. This leads to him managing Miles, who […]

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