Posts Tagged ‘Carnage’

Carnage: Swallowing The Past – The DVDfever Review – Simon Amstell – BBC iPlayer Exclusive

Carnage: Swallowing The Past is set in 2067, a time when everyone in the world when everyone is vegan. Comedian Simon Amstell, who made a success on his brief presenting of Never Mind The Buzzcocks before jacking it in after two years to create the superb downbeat sitcom Grandma’s House, but now made a mis-step […]

London Film Festival 2011 Part 3: The DVDfever Awards (Oct 12th-27th)

AND THE AWARD GOES TO… This was such a richly rewarding London Film Festival that DVDfever split its retrospective coverage in three. In the first two, longer instalments we looked in depth at the movies that you should rush to – or do your best to avoid – and why. And we also gave you […]

London Film Festival 2011 Part 1: The Big Fellas (Oct 12th-27th)

London Film Festival 2011 Part 1: The Big Fellas: We’re going to mix it up a bit for this year’s look back over the London Film Festival. In fact, we’ve got so much to say that DVDfever is splitting its coverage into three parts. In this first instalment we’ll look at the big movies from […]

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