Posts Tagged ‘Tag’

Tag (2018) on DVD – The DVDfever Review

Tag seemed rather childish from its premise, as lifelong friends have, annually during the month of May, been playing the same titular game since they were… children. In its opening scene, it was already beginning to lose me as Hogan ‘Hoagie’ Malloy (Ed Helms) takes a job as a janitor, does something to irritate black […]

New Blu-ray and DVD releases November 5th 2018

New Blu-ray and DVD releases November 5th 2018 are as follows: Adrift (Blu-ray and DVD) Batman: The Complete Animated Series (Blu-ray Deluxe Limited Edition Box Set) Black Earth Rising: The Complete Series (DVD) Children of Men (Blu-ray) Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (50th Anniversary Edition) Digimon – Digital Monsters Season 4 (DVD) Digimon – Digital Monsters […]

Movie Charts UK and US week ending July 1st 2018

Movie Charts UK and US week ending July 1st 2018 are as follows: 1. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (trailer) (review) 2. Oceans 8 (trailer) 3. Sicario 2: Soldado (trailer) (review) 4. Tag (trailer) 5. Sanju 6. Hereditary (trailer) 7. Adrift (trailer) 8. Patrick (trailer) 9. Deadpool 2 (trailer) (review) 10. Solo: A Star Wars Story […]

Tag 2018 – Trailer 1 – Jeremy Renner

Tag 2018 is not a remake of the 2015 gory Japanese horror movie, but a rather pointless new comedy about a small group of former classmates who organise an elaborate, annual game of titular event which requires many of them to travel all over the country. Given this trailer, I think I’ve seen all I […]

New Blu-ray and DVD releases November 20th 2017

New Blu-ray and DVD releases November 20th 2017 are as follows: 12 Deaths of Christmas (DVD) 1990: The Complete Collection (DVD Box Set) 89: How Arsenal Did The Impossible (Blu-ray and DVD) A Christmas Carol (aka Operation Christmas List) (2016) (DVD) Adam Hills: Clown Heart Live (DVD) Animal Factory (Blu-ray and DVD) Black Christmas (Blu-ray/DVD […]

Tag (Riaru Onigokko) on Blu-ray and DVD combo – The DVDfever Review

Tag begins on a bus full of Japanese schoolgirls with a jaw-dropping and mind-blowing opening, and all I can say to avoid spoilers is that one of them, Mitsuko (Reina Triendl) is separated from the rest of them and off running for her life. And there was me thinking that throwing around a burst feather […]

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