Posts Tagged ‘Dominic Coleman’

Bridget Jones’ Baby – Even men will like it! – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Bridget Jones’ Baby – let’s get this right from the start. For me, that’s the title, NOT “Bridget Jones’s Baby”. Who puts the extra, redundant ‘s’ in these things? Probably the same people who say ‘forward slash’ in a web address, when it’s just ‘slash’. You’d only have a ‘back slash’ if you had an […]

Porridge (2016) – The DVDfever Review

Porridge, aka, the slop once served up for breakfast in the nick, which led to “doing porridge” being slang for serving a prison sentence, doesn’t bring Ronnie Barker’s character back into it, but attempts to brings some elements up-to-date for the modern era with Kevin Bishop as Norman Stanley Fletcher’s grandson, Nigel Norman Fletcher. Dom […]

Upstart Crow Episode 1: Star Crossed Lovers – The DVDfever Review

Upstart Crow is Ben Elton and David Mitchell‘s contribution to the BBC’s 400th ‘dead Shakespeare’ month-long love-in and, following, Peep Show, I didn’t think the latter could put a foot wrong… But then I heard canned laughter within just 7 seconds of the opening credits ending. Set in the 17th Century, the period setting for […]

Unforgotten Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Unforgotten was more ‘uneven’, blending a story about bones being found under a house – not an uncommon occurence these days as housing estates are redeveloped, and in this case it was thanks to some builders looking for the mains supply. But whose were they? When were they put there? And were they murdered before […]

The Delivery Man Series 1 Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

The Delivery Man had a fair bit to live up to, following on from the first new episode of Newzoids, and ITV’s track record of sitcoms shows that for every The Job Lot, there are several instances of Babes In The Wood, Brighton Belles and Duck Patrol… The premise is that Matthew Bunting (Darren Boyd, […]

Paddington on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Paddington is the one about the bear from darkest Peru who came to live with the Brown family in London, whilst having a fetish for marmalade sandwiches. From his origins in book form in 1958, to the TV series I remember, created in 1975 and repeated for many years afterwards, into the early ’80 which […]

We Are The Freaks – unleashed on DVD on May 5th

We Are The Freaks is a surreal and anarchic anti-teen movie about three misfits on a disastrous night out, released in cinemas last Friday and now out on DVD on Monday courtesy of Metrodome Distribution. Set against the social and political turmoil of 1990’s Thatcher’s England, over the course of one evening they come to […]

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