Archive for the ‘Blu-ray’ Category

King Of Thieves on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

King Of Thieves is strange in its existence. 2017 brought us The Hatton Garden Job, a movie about the titular bank heist where old men robbed the bank over the Easter weekend of 2015, the team containing Larry Lamb, Clive Russell, Phil Daniels and David Calder, so that’s just four. This new film retreads the […]

The Nun (2018) on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Nun is set both before the Conjuring movies (which I have seen) and the Annabelle movies (which I haven’t), but as every continuation of strangely successful movies comes along, they’re always prequels so that’ll make them more accessible to everyone who hasn’t been around since the first, even though I can see some elements […]

Alpha Director’s Cut on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review – Kodi Smit-McPhee

Alpha Director’s Cut is out now and, before watching this, and upon realising in the menus, I didn’t even know there was a Director’s Cut version of this film as it’s not listed on the packshot. Similarly, IMDB doesn’t list any alternative version, but just to confirm, the Theatrical version runs 96 minutes and 30 […]

Yardie on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review – Idris Elba

Yardie starts off with gang violence in Kingston, Jamaica, and the wars between the Tappa and Spicer gangs, with D – aka Dennis (Aml Ameen) narrating the story as he sees his friends cut down in their prime, as well as children being killed, showing how depressing it is that such atrocities can take place. […]

Fifty Shades Freed Extended Edition – The DVDfever Review

Fifty Shades Freed has one saving grace – it’s the shortest of the trilogy, clocking in at 110 minutes in its (ahem) extended version. Yes, they haven’t even given it a fancy name this time, after Fifty Shades Of Grey‘s “Unseen Edition”, and Fifty Shades Darker‘s “Unmasked Edition”, for No.3, it’s simply “Extended Edition”. Dom […]

Matangi / Maya / M.I.A. on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Matangi / Maya / M.I.A. is a documentary about rapper M.I.A., who started off wanting to be a documentary film maker, but sadly, for the majority of time in this universe, we seem to have been saddled with Stacey Dooley on our screens, instead. Hence, M.I.A. took the next best step of telling her stories […]

Prince Of Darkness Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Prince Of Darkness is the low-budget film John Carpenter made after the high-budget, engaging summer actioner Big Trouble In Little China unfairly failed to do the business at the box-office, but just because he hasn’t got all the Hollywood bigwigs singing his praises doesn’t mean his work is any less worthy – far from it. […]

Escape From New York Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Escape From New York is one of those all-time classics I haven’t seen in a good few years, prior to watching this remastered Blu-ray, and just hearing the classic theme tune practically gave me an orgasm. 😀 This was later followed, again by writer/director John Carpenter, with his 1996 sequel, Escape From L.A., both with […]

Whitney on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Whitney comes around one year after 2017’s Whitney: Can I Be Me? which was a fascinating documentary about the lady, but even though I didn’t particularly care for her music, I’m always fascinated in a documentary to see what makes people in the public eye tick. The opening with Whitney Houston singing How Will I […]

Sicario 2: Soldado on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Sicario 2: Soldado was a film for which I didn’t even know was planned, until the first teaser came out, so I was certainly looking forward to this, as the first movie was great. Plus, given the weather, I was tempted to ask the cinema to turn off the air-conditioning, so it would actually FEEL […]

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