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Dunkirk – Trailer 2 – Christopher Nolan

Dunkirk is coming to UK cinemas this summer, and it looks great, but I don’t want too many spoilers before I watch it. Dunkirk is the first Christopher Nolan movie to hit the big screen since 2014’s Interstellar. More down-to-earth this time, it tells the tale of the miraculous evacuation of Allied soldiers from Belgium, […]

SS-GB Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Sam Riley drama

SS-GB is set in an alternate past, beginning in November 1941, fourteen months after the Germans won the Battle of Britain… yes, you read that right. Due to extreme austerity, it’s not only a time for sharing bathwater, but also sharing other things, since we first see Detective Douglas Archer (Sam Riley) sleeping with his […]

Dunkirk – Survival Teaser – Christopher Nolan

Dunkirk is coming to UK cinemas next summer, and following yesterday’s poster, there’s now the Survival Teaser. Or, a 2-minute trailer, really. It looks great, but I don’t want too many spoilers before I watch it. Dunkirk is the first Christopher Nolan movie to hit the big screen since 2014’s Interstellar. More down-to-earth this time, […]

Dunkirk – first movie poster – Christopher Nolan

Dunkirk is coming to UK cinemas next summer and is the first Christopher Nolan movie to hit the big screen since 2014’s Interstellar. More down-to-earth this time, it tells the tale of the miraculous evacuation of Allied soldiers from Belgium, Britain and France, who were cut off and surrounded by the German army from the […]

Dunkirk – Official Teaser #1 – Christopher Nolan

Dunkirk is coming to UK cinemas next summer and is the first Christopher Nolan movie to hit the big screen since 2014’s Interstellar. More down-to-earth this time, it tells the tale of the miraculous evacuation of Allied soldiers from Belgium, Britain and France, who were cut off and surrounded by the German army from the […]

Thirteen Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Thirteen is the first drama commissioned for BBC3 as an online-only channel, yet like all of its new programmes they’re clearly contractually obliged to air on normal TV as well, so basically they’re getting a one-week advance screening online before being shown on the main two channels, with this one being broadcast on BBC2 on […]

The Scandalous Lady W – The DVDfever Review

The Scandalous Lady W apparently told the true story of Lady Seymour Worsley (Game Of Thrones and Hunger Games star Natalie Dormer), set in England, 1782, when a man’s wife was considred his property. Unfortunately, I also consider time a crucial property and I hate for it to be wasted, yet that’s precisely what happened […]

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