Posts Tagged ‘Willem Dafoe’

OSCARS 2019 Nominations announced!

The OSCARS 2019 will take place on Sunday February 24th in the US, and will be broadcast on Sky in the middle of the night from 1am on the Monday, if you’re in the UK. The nominations are as follows, and once again, it’s all the same few films dominating most categories: Best picture: BlacKkKlansman […]

Aquaman – CENSORED from a 15-cert to a 12-cert in the UK

Aquaman – the man-fish film, has been CENSORED from a 15-cert to a 12-cert in the UK. The BBFC info is as follows, but while they weedle out of it, claiming it’s not a cut, ask yourself this: Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation survivor from the same year. […]

Vox Lux – Trailer 1 – Natalie Portman

Vox Lux makes you feel really old, because this is the film where Natalie Portman plays a mother, even though she was only about 13 in Leon, released in Frances and the US in 1994, and that was about five minutes ago. The film follows the rise of Celeste from the ashes of a major […]

At Eternity’s Gate – Trailer 1 – Willem Dafoe

At Eternity’s Gate chronicles Vincent van Gogh’s time in Arles, with the painter portrayed by Willem Dafoe. With a trailer featuring Mads Mikkelsen as a priest, and Oscar Isaac as artist Paul Gaugin, this looks like there could be something in it of interest, but not necessarily. Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since […]

OSCARS 2018 Nominations announced!

The OSCARS 2018 will take place on Sunday March 4th, and will be broadcast on Sky in the middle of the night if you’re in the UK. The nominations are as follows, and once again, it’s all the same few films dominating most categories: Best Picture: Call Me By Your Name Darkest Hour Dunkirk Get […]

BAFTA 2018 nominations announced!

The BAFTA 2018 Awards will take place on Sunday February 18th and will be broadcast on BBC1 that evening. The nominations are as follows and, as usual, they include a stack of films which haven’t even been released yet in the UK. Best Film: Call Me By Your Name Darkest Hour Dunkirk The Shape Of […]

Murder on the Orient Express (2017) – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Murder on the Orient Express – Listen very carefully; I shall review this only once! The flim centres around… yes, a murder, on the train known as the Orient Express. Bet that surprised you, eh? Someone has died, and someone is going to be fingered for the crime. And who better to do the fingering […]

Murder on the Orient Express (2017) – Trailer 2

Murder on the Orient Express retells Agatha Christie‘s many-told tale with plenty of dodgy cod-French accents, as shown by the trailer, on a lavish train ride, on which unfolds a stylish & suspenseful mystery, it says here, and all in a race for thirteen stranded strangers and one man’s race to solve the puzzle before […]

Death Note – The DVDfever Cinema / Netflix Review

Death Note has the simple premise about a book which passes from one owner to another, and whoever possesses it at the time can write the name of the person they want to die, as well as the method of dispatching them, and can then just sit back and wait for the Grim Reaper’s actions […]

What Happened To Monday – The DVDfever Cinema / Netflix Review

What Happened To Monday? Usually, I’m more familiar with ‘What Happened to Saturday’ when I wake up at 4pm after a night out in Manchester… but I digress. Set in the 2073, the world has become a futuristic North Korea where overpopulation and famine have led to drastic measures with children being exterminated if you […]

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