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Upgrade Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Upgrade is a 2018 film which had a DVD-only released in January of this year, with the Blu-ray coming some time later, and as a Limited Edition with a stack of extras, and that is how I’m watching the film for the first time. We’re in a world where in-home technology is as advanced as […]

Midway – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Ed Skrein

Midway is a film I’ve been looking forward to since I first saw a trailer for it and, knowing it was from the unsubtle Roland Emmerich, I figured it would at least be visually entertaining from start to finish… But… how can you take such a piece of history and make the most utterly uninvolving […]

Godzilla: King Of The Monsters 3D Blu-ray Steelbook – The DVDfever Review

Godzilla: King Of The Monsters is the belated follow-up to the 2014 Godzilla reboot, and I figure if you’re going to have an action film, you want it wall-to-wall action, rather like the recent Terminator: Dark Fate. However, the 2014 movie fell way short of that as the big man didn’t show up for the […]

Satanic Panic Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Satanic Panic is a new schlock-horror movie which sees pizza delivery girl Sam Craft (Hayley Griffith, above) getting the worst delivery job ever as her trip ends in a posh mansion where a special evening is going on, and they need a virgin in order to give birth to the child of Satan… or something […]

Terminator: Dark Fate IMAX – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Terminator: Dark Fate begins with a flashback to 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgement Day, before we get to the present day, or rather, 2020, so it’s slightly near-future. Well, may as well get a nice round even number, eh? Plot-wise, this feels rather like a rehash of that classic sequel and, effectively, the original, but this […]

London Korean Film Festival 2019 Preview by Helen M Jerome

London Korean Film Festival 2019 Preview: Helen M Jerome marks your card As the temperature drops outside, it’s high time we all headed indoors to watch some of the best movies on offer, thanks to the annual treat known as the London Korean Film Festival… and as it also goes on the road outside the […]

Eighth Grade on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Eighth Grade is a film that looked superb from the trailer, but was one of those indie films that I knew would get short shrift from the multiplexes, so watching it on Blu-ray would be the answer when the release came round. The review disc arrived, but… had the release date slipped? Well, a bit […]

Gemini Man 3D HFR – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Gemini Man has been a film that’s been long in the making, but not long-awaited judging by its box-office performance in the first week. Usually a Hollywood heavy-hitter, Will Smith is Henry Brogan, a hitman with 72 kills under his belt, the latest and last playing out as the film begins, but although he now […]

Balloon – The DVDfever Review – World War II drama

Balloon takes us up, up and away… eventually, in a World War II tale of two families based in East Germany who would rather be in West Germany, because the Nazis are nasty. The first home-made balloon attempt fails, so they have to make a second, but the film goes on far long than is […]

X-Men: Dark Phoenix on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

X-Men: Dark Phoenix brings the X-Men saga to a conclusion after 19 years and 12 movies under the 20th Century Fox banner, as it gets absorbed into the Marvel canon behemoth, as has also happened to the Fantastic Four and Spider-Man… well, Spidey seems to be in AND out, since he appeared to have gone […]

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