Posts Tagged ‘Peter Ferdinando’

Happy New Year, Colin Burstead – The DVDfever Review

Happy New Year, Colin Burstead comes from Ben Wheatley who usually provides us rather off-the-wall movies such as Free Fire, Sightseers and A Field In England, so there’s always something going on, it’s almost always entertaining, and they’re pretty brief. This latest one, which was shown at the London Film Festival and now is only […]

Blue Iguana – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Sam Rockwell

Blue Iguana is one of those films where I’m not really sure *what* I watched, but I know I really enjoyed it, as all the scenes put one after the other don’t feel like the sum of their parts, and the film does, at times, feel less than coherent, but at the heart of it […]

Ghost In The Shell 3D IMAX (2017) – Stunning but soulless – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Ghost In The Shell centres around Major (Scarlett Johansson), a refugee whose boat sunk, and she was almost brown bread, but the powers that be used pioneering techniques to bring her back to life. On the plus side, she has the same brain and mind, but a whole new body, so she’s very much like […]

High-Rise on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

High-Rise is classed as one of those ‘unfilmable novels’, although I don’t read books, probably having been put off early in life by being given Duncton Wood to read while I was in hospital. It had 736 pages and didn’t grasp me at all. At school, we were forced to read George Orwell’s 1984. I […]

Safe House Part 1 – The DVDfever Review

Safe House… Yes, they’re never particularly safe, are they? In 2012’s Safe House, we saw Ryan Reynolds trying to find one for bad guy Denzel Washington and that didn’t work out too well for either of them, so when ex-cop and widower Robert (Christopher Eccleston) is asked about opening his house up to the proposition, […]

Deep Breath – Doctor Who: Series 8 Episode 1 plus screenshots – The DVDfever Review

Deep Breath is the first full new episode of Doctor Who to star the superb Peter Capaldi, after his all-too-brief appearance at the end of the Christmas episode, after he regenerated from Matt Smith’s incarnation, much to the shock of Clara (Jenna Coleman). The first thing that struck me in this new series was – […]

A Field In England – The DVDfever Review

A Field in England is a film that, I had a feeling would be an odd little movie and, on that score, I certainly wasn’t disappointed. Set in 1648, during the English Civil War, Whitehead (Reece Shearsmith) and his band of men are doing their best to flee the ensuing melee, just as their Commander-in-chief […]

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