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Widows – Trailer 1 – Viola Davis

Widows adapts the 1983 Lynda La Plante TV series, but updates it by putting it in Chicago and adding in big explosions. It’s the story of four women with nothing in common except a debt left behind by their dead husbands’ criminal activities. Set in contemporary Chicago, amid a time of turmoil, tensions build when […]

The Commuter on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Commuter starts with an overlong intro that shows Michael (Liam Neeson) living the same kind of day over and over, as we all do when going to work. So we get it – without all that faffing about. Anyhoo, one day, he realises just how much debt he’s in, and while having the day […]

The Commuter – Teaser 1 – Liam Neeson

The Commuter is Non-Stop on a train, as it comes from the same director and also stars Liam Neeson. Again, he’s taking directions from someone over the phone to do some bad stuff, but this time, he knows who’s asking, as he’s met them on the seat opposite in a ridiculoudly over-CGI’d train carriage. You […]

Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House – Trailer 1

Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down The White House tells the story of the titular individual (Liam Neeson), who upset the applecart over the whole Watergate affair, and went under the name “Deep Throat” when he helped journalists Bob Woodward (Julian Morris) and Carl Bernstein uncover the whole scandal in 1974. It’s been a […]

A Monster Calls – Official Trailer #1 – Felicity Jones

A Monster Calls features a monster in a tree. Or is the tree the monster? When I first saw the teaser, I didn’t care either way, but now I’ve seen this trailer which gives more to get stuck into this time round, and has left me feeling that I do now want to catch this […]

A Monster Calls – Official International Teaser Trailer #1 – Liam Neeson

A Monster Calls feaures a monster in a tree. Or is the tree the monster? Maybe kids will care, but I did not. According to the billing, the monster does not come walking often. This time it comes to Connor (Lewis MacDougall), and it asks for the one thing Connor cannot bring himself to do. […]

Doctor Who Level Pack – LEGO Dimensions on PS3 – The DVDfever Review

Doctor Who Level Pack – this is far more fun than the latest series of Doctor Who! This is out now as an additional pack to use with Warner Bros Interactive’s LEGO Dimensions and I’ll answer the main question you’ll want to know – Yes, this one level pack will work across all formats of […]

LEGO Dimensions on PS3 – The DVDfever Review

LEGO Dimensions is the ultimate mash-up of many of the biggest and best box-office successes over the years, with a sprinkling of televisual hits to boot. There’s Batman, The LEGO Movie, The Lord Of The Rings, The Simpsons, The Wizard Of Oz, Back To The Future, Doctor Who, Superman, Ghostbusters, and so many more. And […]

Ted 2 – Official Thunder Trailer – Mark Wahlberg

Ted 2 is the sequel to 2012’s Ted, a film which I never got round to seeing at the time but everyone seemed to rave about a bear that swears. Well, I later saw it when it was shown on TV and… it was terrible. In this sequel, Ted wants to marry his girlfriend and […]

Taken 3 on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Taken 3 is a film I didn’t expect to be reviewing when I saw the comparatively low-budget original Taken movie, where Bryan Mills’ daughter, Kim, was kidnapped… sorry, taken. It was okay but nothing more. However, the modest $25m investment led to a return nearing $150m in the US, alone, by the time it left […]

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