Archive for the ‘Blu-ray’ Category

The Piano 25th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Piano is a film I first tried watch on video when it was first released, but I gave up halfway through as I found it too dull. So, why try to watch it again 25 years on? Because as times change, tastes change, too, and I’ve enjoyed a number of films these past few […]

Mom And Dad – The DVDfever Review – Nicolas Cage

Mom and Dad is out now on Blu-ray and DVD, and I have to say right off the bat that I love the way the opening credits are done in the style of a ’70s movie, showing pictures of the cast with their names, and before that, a copyright logo with the year the film […]

Red Sparrow (Censored) on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Red Sparrow brings us Jennifer Lawrence as Dominika Egorova, an expert ballet. Have you suffered a trip or fall at work? Could you claim compensation? Call Claims Direct now, since that’s what befalls this Russian lady who doesn’t look at all Russian. Anyhoo, this stops her from being able to continue, but being out of […]

Tomb Raider 2018 on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Tomb Raider 2018 is out now on Blu-ray, DVD and all formats to view at home and for when you journey all over the world, like Lara Croft and she’s reborn in the guise of the 2013 reboot game, of which I was not a big fan, unlike the 1996 original and a number of […]

You Were Never Really Here on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

You Were Never Really Here brings us Joaquin Phoenix, an actor with so much gravitas, but who rarely appears in films which are widely seen. Here, he’s Joe, a private eye who can’t escape traumatic memories from his childhood, which still haunt him to this day. However, he still feels indebted to his sick mother, […]

Loveless on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Loveless is a film that, at the start, tells an intensely strong tale of a relationship’s break-up, and if, as a child, you’ve been through the same situation, it really resonates. What’s causing the split? Neither Zhenya (Maryana Spivak) nor Boris (Aleksey Rozin) is entirely blameless, but these two parents are so wrapped up in […]

The Defiant Ones on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Defiant Ones does its best for race relations when the van containing a bunch of convicts, including John ‘Joker’ Jackson (Tony Curtis) and Noah Cullen (Sidney Poitier), crashes off road and the pair go on the run. Conflicting themes come up at that point, since not only does the crash involve a toy truck […]

Welcome To Curiosity on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Welcome To Curiosity centres around a serial killer on the loose called Lee Hunting. The cops are on the hunt, and, within 90 minutes, this will also take in four stories that cross over each other. The plot’s fairly standard stuff – good guys, bad guys, double-crossing, and a shoot-out where someone jumps over a […]

Journey’s End on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Journey’s End takes place towards the conclusion of World War I, for a few days from Monday, 18th March 1918 onwards, in St Quentin, Northern France. There’s a stalemate, and the Germans want to break this. It’ll mean an attack from their side, but as each company of soldiers must spend 6 days, out of […]

Den Of Thieves on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Den Of Thieves: When I first heard of this, I couldn’t see how it could last almost two-and-a-half hours, as I don’t think most films should run more than two, but was I right? Well, to my surprise, this is one of those films where the extended running time gives the plot room to breathe. […]

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