Posts Tagged ‘David Buckley’

The Stranger – The DVDfever Review – Richard Armitage

The Stranger begins with something I never expected in a drama… scenes from my hometown of Stockport! Then there was something rather less palatable as we saw a naked man running through the woods before events went back 12 hours earlier, as Adam Price (Richard Armitage – The Hobbit Trilogy) is out driving in his […]

Angel Has Fallen – The DVDfever Cinema / Blu-ray Review

Angel Has Fallen is now out on Blu-ray, and I’ve updated my cinema review to include a look at the extras, which is later on in this review. The film 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 […]

Batman Arkham VR on PC – The DVDfever Review

Batman Arkham VR is set before the events of 2015’s Batman Arkham Knight, a game which had immeasurable issues on the PC, took months to fix and by the time it was ready, my button-bashing digits were busy with other electronic offerings. However, in the role of Batman (voiced by Kevin Conroy), you don the […]

Jason Bourne – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Jason Bourne is Matt Damon‘s titular hero who gave us ‘Die Hard in a Forgetful Man’s Head‘ in Robert Ludlum‘s Bourne Trilogy, beginning with Doug Liman‘s superb 2002 opener, The Bourne Identity which, even before I saw it, I had a vision in my head as to how it started based on what I’d heard… […]

Grimsby on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review – Uncut 18-certificate version

Grimsby started off with a better title, in my eyes – The Brothers Grimsby, it being a play on the Brothers Grimm, even though it’s not a fairy tale, so perhaps that’s why they changed it. Plus, their surname isn’t Grimsby, it’s Butcher. Not that any of that really matters. What does matter is that, […]

The Nice Guys – The DVDfever Cinema Review

The Nice Guys is another buddy-buddy action movie where the trailer promised a cracking run of hilarious gags as Jackson Healy (Russell Crowe) – who always lets his fists do the talking (usually his right hook) – teams up with Holland March (Ryan Gosling), family man to backtalking 13-year-old daughter Holly (Angourie Rice). He’s on […]

Call of Duty Ghosts on PS3 – The DVDfever Review

Call of Duty Ghosts is the latest in a 10-year line of Call of Duty titles and while it might sound it’s a cliche to say “It’s the best one yet!”, it really does feel like it. The basic premise is that ten years after an event which completely knackers much of America – which […]

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