The Lodge – Trailer 2 – Riley Keough

The Lodge The Lodge is similar to Crawl in that the trailer has several elements being timed to its soundtrack and looking damn cool for it.

Grace (Riley KeoughThe House That Jack Built) is a soon-to-be-stepmum, who’s snowed in with her fiance Richard’s (Richard ArmitageInto The Storm) two children at a remote holiday village. Just as relations finally begin to thaw between the trio, strange and frightening events threaten to summon psychological demons from her strict religious childhood.

Vivarium – Trailer 1 – Jesse Eisenberg, Imogen Poots

Vivarium Vivarium looks to be one of the best films of 2020, as Tom and Gemma (Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots) go to look for a new house, which the estate agent deems their ‘forever home’, and then they find their on a housing estate from which they can never escape…

Even in a two-minute trailer, this gets the labyrinthine aspect of it across perfectly.

Intellivision Amico – Night Stalker 2020 and pre-order NEWS!

Intellivision Amico Intellivision Amico is coming on October 10th 2020, and today, Intellivision have announced the new-look version of Night Stalker, and you can pre-order the Founder’s Edition on Monday!

Check out my vlog below!


Previously on DVDfever:

December 9th:

Intellivision have released a cool new trailer for the Atari classic, Breakout!

I do wish this was a playable demo, but either way, check it out below as it makes me feel like the kind of futuristic thing I’d have loved in the ’80s as shown in the movies from the time…. and which has never left my head ever since 🙂

The Personal History of David Copperfield leads the new cinema releases January 24th 2020

The Personal History of David Copperfield This week, there are THREE new films out for you to choose from, led by The Personal History of David Copperfield. Here are the titles, with more info below:

    The Personal History of David Copperfield
    The Grudge 2020
    The Turning

Star Trek: Picard – The DVDfever Review – Patrick Stewart

Star Trek: Picard
Star Trek: Picard focuses on Enterprise Captain Jean-Luc Picard’s next chapter in his life, but we already know that’s accounted for by Patrick Stewart appearing as Professor X in the X-Men movies, as well as CIA director Avery Bullock in American Dad, and occasional appearances in Family Guy, including as Avery, himself, and baby Susie Swanson.

I watched the films, but never saw the Next Generation series beyond the first couple of episodes, so I know I am way behind on the lore of Star Trek TNG, but while I know this new series takes place after he has left Starfleet (the trailer mentions “15 years” whereas in the episode, he states it’s been “two decades”), it appears it takes its cue from the comics miniseries Star Trek: Countdown, set just before the 2009 Star Trek reboot, to a degree.

Uncut Gems – The DVDfever Netflix Review – Adam Sandler in career-best performance!

Uncut Gems Uncut Gems is a film I’ve been looking forward to immensely since I heard about it, as The Safdie Brothers, who direct and co-write this, also brought us 2017’s Good Time, starring Robert Pattinson, which was a wonderful movie.

It begins at the Welo Mine in Ethopia, back in autumn 2010 where… uncut gems are discovered following an accident, including a huge black opal, which serial gambler Howard Ratner (Adam Sandler) gets hold of, in 2012, for $100,000 with the intention of selling on for $1m, thus clearly all his endless debts, giving him a nice tidy profit, and helping him continue the life to which he has become accustomed where he’s juggling warring wife Dinah (Idina Menzel) and his affair with co-worker Julia (Julia Fox).

What Did Jack Do? – The DVDfever Review – David Lynch Netflix movie

What Did Jack Do What Did Jack Do? is a new 17-minute movie from David Lynch (recently-ish seen with Harry Dean Stanton in Lucky), which arrived by surprise, and celebrates the great director’s 74th birthday.

Why not release this on his 75th birthday? Well, when has Lynch ever done anything normal? As one person said on Twitter, “Netflix: Just give David Lynch $100m and stay the f**k out of his way!” 😀

Visible: Out on Television – Series Trailer – Apple TV+

Visible Visible: Out on Television is a forthcoming Apple TV+ documentary series.

From Emmy-nominated filmmakers Ryan White and Jessica Hargrave, and executive producers Wanda Sykes and Wilson Cruz, Visible: Out on Television investigates the importance of TV as an intimate medium that has shaped the American conscience, and how the LGBTQ movement has shaped television. Combining archival footage with interviews with key players from the movement and the screen, the docuseries is narrated by Janet Mock, Margaret Cho, Asia Kate Dillon, Neil Patrick Harris and Lena Waithe.

Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror – Doctor Who Series 12 Episode 4 – The DVDfever Review

Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror
Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror is the fourth episode of Doctor Who Series 12, and engineer Nikola Tesla (E.R.‘s Goran Visnjic – above) thinks he’s getting signals from Mars, which leads to an energy kerfuffle, someone unnamed kicks the bucket, the Doctor turns up with the Scooby Doo gang, and so does an alien, shooting at them all, and just as they’ve all been teleported onto the Orient Express and in full period dress.

Up pops an Orb of Thassor, from an ancient race, who builts these to share their information and legacy long after they’ve gone. Tesla’s rival, Thomas Edison (Robert Glenister), wants one because all he can see is dollar signs.

Saint Maud – Trailer 1 – Jennifer Ehle

Saint Maud Saint Maud is a forthcoming movie with Jennifer Ehle, and looks weird as hell.

There, but for the grace of God, goes Maud, a reclusive young nurse whose impressionable demeanor causes her to pursue a pious path of Christian devotion after an obscure trauma. Now charged with the hospice care of Amanda, a retired dancer ravaged by cancer, Maud’s fervent faith quickly inspires an obsessive conviction that she must save her ward’s soul from eternal damnation – whatever the cost. Making her feature film debut, writer-director Rose Glass cannily lures the audience into this disturbed psyche, steadily setting up her veritable diary of a country nurse for an unnerving and ultimately shocking trajectory.

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