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In The Dark Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – BBC drama

In The Dark poses a dilemma for DI Helen Weeks (MyAnna Buring – Prey), a cop who’s pregnant, so really shouldn’t be chasing ne’er-do-wells down rainy Manchester streets (and I really felt the punch delivered to Helen’s stomach in the first scene, given her condition), but just as she breaks the news to her partner, […]

Ozark Season 1 – The DVDfever Review – Netflix

Ozark, or rather the Missouri Ozarks, is the location Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman, who also directs the first two episodes of this new Netflix series) and his family have to relocate to following a bit of a pickle in which he puts them. As he explains at the start, most Americans are in debt, and […]

The Doctor Falls – Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 12 – The DVDfever Review

The Doctor Falls followed a first part which concluded with a ‘next time’, making it look like Peter Capaldi would be leaving at the end of the series as he regenerates into a new Doctor, but he and Steven Moffat will still be around for the Christmas episode before that happens, so we know that […]

World Enough And Time – Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 11 – The DVDfever Review

World Enough And Time began with The Doctor doing that fake regeneration crap again, making my heart sink from the off, not least because the two-part finale is brought to you by the combination of Steven Moffat and Rachel Talalay, the latter who was responsible for… er… Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare – the worst […]

Host The Week Episode 1 – Scarlett Moffat – The DVDfever Review

Host The Week proves the depths at which TV has sunk to these days by Channel 4 getting the most inept idiot they can find and hoping they can muddle through a programme about the past week’s events without a script, without a rehearsal and without having met any of the guests. First up, educationally […]

The Eaters Of Light – Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 10 – The DVDfever Review

The Eaters Of Light sees Doctor Who series 10 practically crashing into the sun, it’s so bad, opening with kids hearing things, an inscription of the TARDIS on some stone, and a crow is… er… crowing, “Doc-Tor”. This crap really is being aimed at five-year-olds!! Anyhoo, there’s a beast called the Eater of Light… and […]

Fearless Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Fearless centres around Emma Banville (Helen McCrory – Harry Potter‘s Narcissa Malfoy), a solicitor who always wants to get to the bottom of things, no matter how much others try to put her off, or when she’s threatened by ne’er-do-wells. After being prompted by his partner, Annie (Rebecca Callard), Emma meets with Kevin Russell (Sam […]

The Loch Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – ITV Drama

The Loch is a new ITV drama which opens with fantastic, stunning views of Loch Ness and a murder mystery in which the only culprit who can be ruled out is the monster underwater… maybe. The victims in this one including a man whose body is weighted down in the drink, plus another having fallen […]

Empress of Mars – Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 9 – The DVDfever Review

Empress of Mars is the title of this 9th episode in series 10 of ‘new-Who’ and is also the title bestowed upon Iraxxa, the Ice Warrior Queen. After a pointless opening sequence where, on Earth, the Doctor learns that the Valkyrie device probes Martian ice caps, to see under the poles and beam back pictures […]

Ackley Bridge Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Ackley Bridge is Channel 4’s first foray into 8pm weekly drama in quite some time, and school-based dramas can last a long time, if BBC’s Waterloo Road is anything to go by, as that ran from 2006 to 2015. That said, Channel 4 regularly have college drama Hollyoaks at 6.30pm on weeknights, and when one […]

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