Archive for the ‘DVD’ Category

Dark Crimes on DVD – The DVDfever Review

Dark Crimes shows that as much as Jim Carrey can be a great comedian, he excels in drama, and if you’ve never seen Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, directed by the great visionary that is Michel Gondry, you are missing a treat. As for what sort of crimes can get committed in this world […]

The Cured on DVD – The DVDfever Review

The Cured has an interesting premise in that, after a zombie outbreak, someone managed to cure a number of them, so they can rejoin the rest of society… but are they REALLY cured? What do you think?! After all, why else would they make such a film? 75% are deemed fine, including Abbie’s (Ellen Page) […]

Brigsby Bear on DVD – The DVDfever Review (and DVD unboxing!)

Brigsby Bear is a children’s show from years gone by, where the titular character would go on adventures, constantly trying to defeat the even Sun Snatcher but, of course, he never would so the programme would have a reason to continue. I’ll say at this point, that after watching the film, I had to re-watch […]

Thor: Ragnarok on DVD – The DVDfever Review

Thor: Ragnarok is another film from the Disney Marvel universe, and is the third (and rumoured to be the final) instalment from the Thor franchise, which sees Chris Hemsworth reprise his popular role. The first of the trilogy, titled Thor, was released in 2011, with the sequel, Thor: The Dark World, following in 2013. The […]

Daphne on DVD – The DVDfever Review

Daphne is a classic example of one of those films which really grabbed me from the trailer, below, but turned out to be considerably less than the sum of its parts. Portrayed by Emily Beecham, the titular lead drinks, does drugs, she’s stupidly dismissive of everyone, and as the film follows her as she goes […]

Maze on DVD – The DVDfever Review

Maze is the prison, in Northern Ireland, where, in 1983, Larry Marley (Tom Vaughan-Lawlor) ends up after ten of his friends have died from hunger strike, including Bobby Sands. Marley’s plan is to break out, and given his previous actions, he’s given one chance at being a cleaner, after volunteering for work duty. We can […]

Bad Day For The Cut – The DVDfever Review

Bad Day For The Cut is a good day for revenge movies, when farmer Donal (Nigel O’Neill) is naturally perturbed when his mother, Florence (Stella McCusker), is murdered, and he catches the bad guys still on his property, sort-of. It’s like a road/chase movie that goes from A to B to C, and so on, […]

England Is Mine on DVD – The DVDfever Review – Make the DVD yours

England Is Mine takes the period in Steven Patrick Morrissey’s life from first constructing thoughts about poetry, whether reading or writing, and up to the time when he would embark upon a career with Johnny Marr, in 1982. “Life, in its humdrum sense, is worth avoiding… and through it all, a sense that things are […]

My Feral Heart on DVD – The DVDfever Review

My Feral Heart centres around Luke (Steven Brandon, in a superb performance), a young lad with Down’s Syndrome, who dotes on his sick mother and is looking after her in the best way he can. However, life is never fair, and when she passes away, life is going to change more than he ever expected, […]

I Am Not Madame Bovary on DVD – The DVDfever Review

I Am Not Madame Bovary is so-called as the lead character, Li Xuelian (Bingbing Fan), is considered a woman of ill repute (as she had an affair), and all following her failed marriage to Qin Yuhe (Li Zonghan), even though we can see he’s not a very nice man. Hence, the lead character doesn’t associate […]

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