Posts Tagged ‘James Gunn’

Brightburn CENSORED to a 15-cert in the UK!

Brightburn has been rated by the BBFC and although you can’t blame them, they originally rated the film as an 18-certificate uncut, but the studio, Columbia Pictures, chose to go with a censored 15-cert. Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation survivor from the same year. Running DVDfever.co.uk since 2000. […]

James Gunn re-hired for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3

James Gunn has been re-hired for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3. In short, Disney and Gunn had a lot of meetings, and since he gave a public apology and showed contrition, and is also directing Suicide Squad 2 for Warner and DC Comics, Disney still want him for their Marvel movie. In long, Dom RobinsonReviewer […]

Pacific Rim: Uprising on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Pacific Rim: Uprising follows on from 2013’s Pacific Rim, and I’d never seen the original beforehand so watched it before settling down to this. Back then, the arm were battling Kaiju with big mech-robots called Jaegars, but after a few years, the Kaiju had evolved and the remaining Jaegars are no longer fit for purpose, […]

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 is kinda stuck in the past…. 2014, to be precise. It’s a bit like Rogue One in that it hops from planet to planet at the start before settling down, but starting off with a pre-credits scene on Earth – Missouri to be precise – and in 1980 when Peter’s […]

The Belko Experiment Red Band Trailer 1 – John C McGinley

The Belko Experiment looks like Battle Royale in an office block of 80 Americans, in high-rise corporate office in Bogata, Colombia as a message booms out over the tannoy that they each have to kill 3 of their colleagues, or six of them will be killed instead. Naturally, they try to rally against this situation, […]

Guardians of the Galaxy IMAX 3D – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Guardians of the Galaxy is a film where I had no knowledge of its connection with the Marvel Universe, since I only follow what gets released in cinemas, rather than scrutinising the minutiae of the comics. We begin in 1988, with a young Peter Quill sitting in a hospital waiting room, listening to a mix […]

Super – The DVDfever review

Super is a film I never expected to like, as it just looked too ridiculous for words and I’ve never got into the American version of The Office, which also features its lead actor, but when I saw the trailer it really grabbed me. Frank D’Arbo (Rainn Wilson) is a dorky chef in a dog-eared […]

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