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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Thunder Road – The DVDfever Review – Jim Cummings

Thunder Road begins with police officer Jim Arnaud (writer/director Jim Cummings) attending the funeral of his mother, Brenda, who has died at the young age of 54. He has to give a heartfelt eulogy at her funeral, and the title of the film comes from the Bruce Springsteen song which he wants to play at […]

Ad Astra in IMAX – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Ad Astra feels like a weird movie to be watching in 2019, as it’s rather like a road movie, but set in space, and feels a lot more like an indie movie than something mainstream that you’d expect to see on an IMAX screen, and with such wide distribution. Following electrical storms which are affecting […]

Rambo: Last Blood – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Rambo: Last Blood: Everybody’s favourite one-man killing machine, John Rambo is back. Back for one last time in the final chapter of what I’m sure wasn’t a planned quintology. So given we started with First Blood and we are now at Last Blood, it seems like the end.

The Fight – The DVDfever Review – Jessica Hynes

The Fight is the directorial debut of Jessica Hynes (Shaun of the Dead, Spaced, Years And Years). She also takes the lead as Tina, a mother whose life is in turmoil her daughter, Emma (Sennia Nanua), is being bullied at school, she and husband Mick (Shaun Parkes) are trying to pay the bills by working […]

Angel Has Fallen – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Angel Has Fallen 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 where did things go wrong with Angel Has Fallen? The film starts off well enough (well, after 15 minutes of padding, which made me wonder when the […]

Hobbs And Shaw: Fast And Furious in IMAX – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Hobbs And Shaw: Fast And Furious, or Fast And Furious Presents Hobbs And Shaw… whatever you want to call it, sees two characters from the Fast And Furious crowd coming together to save the world once again in their own spin-off movie. Given that Fast And Furious 9 is just around the corner (it was […]

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