Christina wins £10000 on Tipping Point by the skin of her teeth!

Christina wins £10000 on Tipping Point Christina wins £10000 on Tipping Point by the skin of her teeth!

Yes, no-one can believe it! Especially herself!

The Haunting of Villa Diodati – Doctor Who Series 12 Episode 8 – The DVDfever Review

The Haunting of Villa Diodati
The Haunting of Villa Diodati is the eighth episode of Doctor Who Series 12…

It’s 1816 and we’re in the time of Mary Shelley, but referring to her 1818-published and best-known work, we’re told “Nobody mention Frankenstein. Nobody interfere. Nobody snog Byron.”

The Iron Mask – UK Trailer – Jackie Chan, Arnold Schwarzenegger

The Iron Mask The Iron Mask sees action legends Jackie Chan and Arnold Schwarzenegger (Terminator: Dark Fate) team up in a high concept fantasy historical epic featuring breath-taking fights and stunning visuals. Set in the 18th century, the film follows English traveller Jonathan Green as he journeys from Russia to China encountering dragons, black magic wizardry and a dragon king during an incredible but deadly adventure.

It looks a daft film, but it could be fun, and it also features the late, great Rutger Hauer.

Resistance – Trailer 1 – Jesse Eisenberg

Resistance Resistance tells the story of a group of Jewish Boy Scouts who worked with the French Resistance to save the lives of ten thousand orphans during World War II.

Love’s Great Adventure – Inside No.9 Series 5 Episode 3 – The DVDfever Review

Love's Great Adventure
Love’s Great Adventure is the third episode of Inside No.9 Series 5.

Christmas is coming up, and the days of the advent calendar are being opened one by one for the family, as we see their every day trials and tribulations, but nothing is plain sailing for this household, whether it’s something simple such as doing maths a different way in school now, compared to how we used to when we were kids, or something more taxing like juggling the family finances.

New Blu-ray 3D 4K and DVD releases February 17th 2020

New Blu-ray 3D 4K and DVD releases February 17th 2020 New Blu-ray 3D 4K and DVD releases February 17th 2020 are as follows:

    Come Drink With Me (Blu-ray)
    Contraband Spain (Blu-ray and DVD)
    Gemini Man (Blu-ray, 4K Blu-ray and DVD) (4K includes 60fps version)
    Heroes Shed No Tears (Blu-ray)
    How Not to Summon a Demon Lord (Blu-ray and DVD)
    Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Set Three: Stardust Crusaders Part Two (Blu-ray)
    Kizumonogatari: Part 2 – Nekketsu (Blu-ray)
    Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray, 4K Blu-ray and DVD)
    Maleficent 1 & 2 (Blu-ray and DVD)

First Love leads the new cinema releases February 14th 2020

First LoveThis week, there are SIX new films out for you to choose from, led by First Love. Here are the titles, with more info below:

    First Love
    Sonic The Hedgehog Movie
    Emma 2020
    A Guide to Second Date Sex
    365 Days
    Waiting for Anya

First Love – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Takashi Miike

First Love
First Love is the third film I’ve seen from director Takashi Miike, who has made over 100 in his time.

I loved Audition, but was woefully disappointed with Terra-Formars, so how does this one fare?

Warcraft III: Reforged on PC – The DVDfever Review

Warcraft III: Reforged Warcraft III: Reforged is out now, and the original first arrived 18 years ago, and I distinctly remember playing it when it was released in 2002.

I loved the fact that if you were defeated on a level you got the option to try again with a lower difficulty so you could get through it. This was great for me then, and even now as my plan of attack is having as many units as possible split into a few groups, attacking enemies at different points with even more units sitting back at the base, just waiting to head out if a group gets obliterated! I certainly don’t have a strategy, and just believe in strength in numbers! Warcraft III always did have a nice learning curve, though, that gradually eased you into things with both base building, exploration and the combat side of things.

Parasite – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Bong Joon Ho

Parasite has won a number of gongs during Awards Season, but did it deserve them all, or was it just the Academy pandering to diversity and ticking boxes, as this time is the first ever that a foreign language film, or “Film Not in the English language” has won Best Film?

And why is it, that outside of all that, all the so-called ‘movie critics’ all *love* the same films, and all *hate* the same films? It’s clearly so they can all get their publications’ names on the posters of the former by giviing them top marks.


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