Doctor Who 2018 – The NEW Doctor Who Logo

Doctor Who 2018
Doctor Who 2018 indicates that new showrunner Chris Chibnall is making big changes with the new Doctor Who series with a brand new logo. I wonder what other changes he’s got in store, as this feels decidedly different.

Jodie Whittaker took over the role of The Doctor after Peter Capaldi hung up his sonic screwdriver on Christmas Day. I’m not 100% sure whether she’s the right decision for the part, but I know she’ll be a damn sight better than other contenders including Kris Marshall and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, from the godawful men-hating Fleabag.

The Housemaid on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Housemaid

The Housemaid centres around the fact that someone’s done a murder and bumped off Captain Sebastien Laurent (Jean-Michel Richaud), but with four members of staff at the French plantation, Sa-Cat, namely Mrs Han (Kim Xuan), Mrs Ngo (Phi Phung), Mr Chau (Kien An) and newcomer Linh (Kate Nhung) – the titular housemaid, the only likely culprit appears to be the ghost of Laurent’s dead wife, Madame Camille (Svitlana Kovalenko), who went mad and topped herself, and now is being blamed for every other odd thing going on at Sa-Cat…

Hmm… I can’t quite seeing BBC1’s Crimewatch buying that as a resolution to a case.

Burnout Paradise Remastered races out on March 16th!

Burnout Paradise Remastered Burnout Paradise Remastered is coming to PS4 and Xbox One from March 16th, inviting players to wreak havoc and unleash automotive anarchy once more. Players will be transported back into the world of Paradise City to tear it up in the ultimate driving playground, from hectic downtown avenues to the wild mountain roads. Pull off high-octane stunts and create insane car destruction in one of the greatest arcade-driving games ever created.

Felicity Montagu joins This Time With Alan Partridge

Felicity MontaguFelicity Montagu has been confirmed by Steve Coogan that she’ll be returning to the Partridge fold in This Time With Alan Partridge, which is coming to BBC1 later on in 2018, some 25 years after Alan Partridge’s BBC debut, so yes, Partridge finally gets that second series at the BBC! Smell my cheeeeeese!

She played his forever put-upon assistant, Lynn, in the two series of I’m Alan Partridge, as well as the excellent Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa.

The show will see Alan (Steve Coogan, also known for The Trip trilogy) handed a career lifeline – the chance to stand in (temporarily) as co-host on This Time, an evening weekday magazine show.

Extinction videogame – get salvation on April 10th


Extinction is a forthcoming videogame from Iron Galaxy and Modus Games, which is released on April 10th in Standard and Deluxe Editions, and as you’ll see from the trailer below, there are elements of Shadow of the Colossus in here, as well as it being a fighting game that breaks free of the usual games by mixing cel-shaded graphics with a hugely colourful and 21st Century update, and upgrades itself from the kind of game I’ve played many times before, to one I can’t wait to get my hands on!

A little bit of story first of all, and the world of Extinction has always been at war with itself. When a giant portal opens in the land of Dolorum, the massive threats only spoken of in children’s fairy tales suddenly come to life. Our hero in this story is named Avil, a new trainee inducted into an ancient order known as the Sentinels, dedicated to preserving the knowledge of the monstrous threats called Ravenii – and the techniques to eliminate them. Unfortunately, the Sentinel order has degraded over the years and Avil is now the last hope for humanity.

The Most Memorable Gambling Scenes from TV and Film

Gambling Scenes
Viewers love gambling scenes for a variety of different reasons, but often it can be because they like to see someone defeat the odds and win big, when they have put everything on the line beforehand. Some gambling scenes have even involved the highest stakes of all, people’s lives. There have been some great films and TV shows over the years that have featured superb gambling scenes, so let’s take a look at some of the most memorable ones to ever hit the screens.

Marcella Series 2 Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Anna Friel

Marcella Series 2

Marcella Series 2 begins with the discovery of the body of Leo, a 9-year-old boy, who was kept prisoner in a room almost four years ago, occasionally trying – and in a futile attempt – to chisel his way out through the wall. However, while this is brief, there are a few flashbacks involved, later, so there’s definitely more to this than meets the eye.

This is set five months after the first series finished, although I had completely forgotten what happened. Plus, with a series like this, it would be best to watch the whole lot back to back, rather than weekly, given how weird and in-depth the last series became, but then it does come from the same writer as the original version of the fantastic, The Bridge.

Ice Cold In Alex 60th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Ice Cold In Alex

Ice Cold In Alex is, before now, a film from which I’ve only seen one scene over and over and over… when John Mills is drinking Carlsberg and everyone else is staring at him.

The M*A*S*H unit in World War II have to get from A to B in the desert, B being the British lines in Alexandria. Captain Anson (Mills) is having to leave behind one of his men, even though he did offer to stay behind, himself. Anthony Quayle puts on a dreadful Afrikaans accent as Captain van der Poel, who tags along for the ride, as does Anson’s colleague Pugh (Harry Andrews) and nurses Diana (Sylvia Syms) and Denise (Diane Clare).

21 – The DVDfever Review


21 centres around Ben Campbell (Jim Sturgess), a young and promising MIT student with a dream of getting a scholarship to join Havard in order to study Medicine and become a professional doctor. Unfortunately, he learns that he cannot raise the required $300,000 fee because of his background.

Out of his desperation, Ben is introduced by his slick Mathematics professor, Micky Rosa (Kevin Spacey), to a group of five students Jill, Choi, Kianna, and Fisher

Video Games Charts week ending February 17th 2018

Video Games Charts week ending February 17th 2018The Video Games Charts week ending February 17th 2018 are as follows:

    1 (4) FIFA 18 (EA Sports) (review)
    2 (-) Kingdom Come: Deliverance (Deep Silver)
    3 (5) Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar Games (review)
    4 (3) Monster Hunter World (Capcom)
    5 (-) Bayonetta 2 (Nintendo)
    6 (2) EA Sports UFC 3 (EA Sports)
    7 (-) Shadow of the Colossus (Sony)
    8 (6) Call of Duty WWII (Activision) (review)
    9 (7) Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo)
    10 (9) Assassins Creed Origins (Ubisoft) (review)

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