Posts Tagged ‘Joel Fry’

Requiem Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Lydia Wilson

Requiem centres around top cellist Matilda Gray (Lydia Wilson, who fans of Star Trek Beyond will remember as Kalara, the alien who sought help from Kirk et al after telling them Idris Elba’s Krall had attacked her ship), a young woman at the top of her game who’s about to embark on a concert tour […]

W1A Series 3 Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

W1A enters its third series, so is doing brilliantly well, given that it was spawned from the two-series Twenty Twelve, which did for the London Olympics what The Thick Of It did for politics. That said, this is rumoured to be the W1A‘s last. This time, the BBC is heading towards its charter renewal, and […]

Ordinary Lies Series 2 Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Ordinary Lies Series 2 changes location to sports clothing company Coopers, and specifically, the warehouse and call centre behind it. I loved the first series (even the performance from the usually-irritating Jason Manford), and once again, each episode is set around one particular employee, the first this time being head of sales, Joe (Con O’Neill). […]

You Me and the Apocalypse Episode 2 – The DVDfever Review

You Me and the Apocalypse Episode 2 begins with the world about to end, as the first one did, yet this time we also see a man sat on the floor with blood pouring out of his stomach, and then it flashes back to 33 days earlier. Jamie is still coming to terms with the […]

You Me and the Apocalypse Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

You Me and the Apocalypse sees its first episode with fifteen people trapped underground in a bunker, one minute from the end of the world. One of these fifteen is Jamie Winton (Matthew Baynton – Bill, Horrible Histories, The Wrong Mans), a banker who really needs to lighten up as he thrives on routine, all […]

Svengali on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Svengali tells the tale of Dixie, aka Paul Dean (Jonny Owen), who dreams of coming to London and following in the footsteps of the likes of Brian Epstein and Alan McGee to manage a very successful band. Of course, not every band can be massively successful, which you can imagine he’s about to find out. […]

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