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BFI 62nd London Film Festival Preview by Helen M Jerome

BFI 62nd London Film Festival Preview: Five weeks before it even kicks off, this already has the feeling of a vintage year for the BFI London Film Festival. There wasn’t a seat to be had for the launch event in Leicester Square’s Cineworld in London’s West End, and such a buzz as the mouth-watering line-up […]

The Predator – The DVDfever Cinema Review

The Predator: Given how this movie ended, it seems that they certainly have ideas about taking this franchise further. So we can probably expect more movies like this one. And when I say more movies like this one, I mean much like some of its predecessors, a perfectly good concept that is – unlike most […]

Lucky – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Harry Dean Stanton

Lucky is the name given to character portrayeed by the late, great Harry Dean Stanton, who clearly must have earned it because how does he manage to get such a clean shave from an electric shaver? Or perhaps there’s another explanation? Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation survivor from […]

Revenge – The DVDfever Review – The ‘Kill Bill’ Tarantino should have made!

Revenge made me think one important question: Remember when Quentin Tarantino used to make great films? For me, it’s been almost ten years, as Inglourious Basterds was that film for me, and before that, Jackie Brown. So, step forward writer/director Coralie Fargeat taking a literal shot at the crown with this much more engaging ‘Roaring […]

Bad Samaritan – The DVDfever Review – David Tennant

Bad Samaritan centres around two chancers – Sean (Robert Sheehan) and Derek (Carlito Olivero) – who work at a posh restaurant as valet parkers, but while they drive the owners’ cars away from the front door, they don’t park them in the usual place… but instead, they take them back to their home and steal […]

Ant-Man And The Wasp – Can this small sequel win big? – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Ant-Man and the Wasp is released tomorrow in UK cinemas and before I discuss it, I will say that I was NOT a fan of the first one, but since I go into each film with an open mind, can the sequel be an improvement? In the pre-Marvel logo scene (which always appears instead of […]

Mission Impossible: Fallout – Limp-along-a-Cruise – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Mission Impossible: Fallout has such a title because Fallout relates to nuclear weapons, and with three plutonium warheads out there – and in the hands of a gang called The Apostles – they could be set off anywhere at any time with devastating consequences and, so, must be stopped. That’s the mission that Ethan Hunt […]

Escape Plan 2: Hades – The DVDfever Review – Sylvester Stallone

Escape Plan 2: Hades follows on from the 2013’s original movie which was hit and miss, but still watchable. Arnie is nowhere to be found, but Sylvester Stallone is back as prison escapologist Ray Breslin, in a sequel which may have felt like a great idea until it turned out to be straight-to-DVD fare. Well, […]

Skyscraper – Enjoy a nice, high piece of Johnson! – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Skyscraper is an action movie that’s all about one man’s heroic efforts to get to see a movie with Dwayne Johnson at Vue Cinemas called Skyscraper… but I’ll get to that. If you’ve seen the trailers, you’ll know Johnson (now taking over the crown from Arnie, Bruce and Stallone as the human special effect) plays […]

First Reformed – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Ethan Hawke

First Reformed is the name of the church run by Rev. Ernst Toller (Ethan Hawke), who begins to keep a diary for one year, with the intent that, after this time, he’ll destroy it. Quite why he starts is never explained, but then as well as it being a starting point for the story, it […]

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