Posts Tagged ‘Kevin Eldon’

Zanzibar – Inside No.9 Series 4 Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Zanzibar is the name of the hotel in which the first episode of Inside No.9 Series 4 is set, and it looks at the residents on the 9th floor. It’s a difficult episode to describe because most of it centred around everyone talking at cross purposes, with situations getting confused between them all, and the […]

Gunpowder: The Complete Series – The DVDfever Review – Kit Harington

Gunpowder is centred around the 1605 Gunpowder plot, as Guy Fawkes wants to blow up the Houses of Parliament. However, this three-parter begins in 1603, at which point Elizabeth I has died, and James I has taken over, although it doesn’t take long before everyone wants HIM dead, too… as if any further replacements would […]

Damned Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Jo Brand comedy

Damned is a new sitcom about social workers who are damned if they do, and damned if they don’t. In reality, they can never get a break. Too much is expected from them, and the moment something goes wrong, the press jump on them. So far, I’ve seen the first two episodes, and both have […]

Red Dwarf XI Episode 1 – Twentica – The DVDfever Review

Red Dwarf XI is here, and the unexpected juggernaut shows no sign of stopping. However, for me, I loved series 1-3 – and actually went to see the first episode of the latter, Backwards, filmed in Manchester, although I particularly didn’t like the change to the more comical opening theme music from that one onwards. […]

Hancock’s Half Hour – Lost Sitcoms – The DVDfever Review

Hancock’s Half Hour is another in the Lost Sitcoms three-parter, following last week’s Till Death Do Us Part. The recreated episode, this time, is The New Neighbour, where Hancock (Kevin McNally) and John (Kevin Eldon) are being right noseybonks when a new guy moves in next door. Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since […]

Brian Pern: The Complete Series 1-3 on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Brian Pern is the prog-rock brainchild of Rhys Thomas OBE and The Fast Show‘s Simon Day, and this boxset takes in all three series – The Life of Rock, A Life in Rock and 45 Years of Prog and Roll – each of which comprised of just three episodes… not enough, but then I’d rather […]

Game of Thrones Season 6 – HBO Red Band Trailer

Game of Thrones Season 6 is unleashed next month and the trailer has now been released. The first episode in the new season will be directed by Jeremy Podeswa, who also directs the second episode, and has previous done the honours for season 5’s episodes 5 (Kill the Boy) and 6 (Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken) and […]

Danger Mouse – new 2015 Series Teaser – CBBC

Danger Mouse was one of my favourite cartoons back in the early 80s when I was a child, and now he’s back for a new generation. Back then, he was voiced by David Jason with Penfold’s voice provided by the late, great Terry Scott. For this new series, the voices come respectively from Pointless host […]

Set Fire to the Stars Official Trailer – Elijah Wood

Set Fire to the Stars is a film shot in black-and-white, starring Elijah Wood as John M Brinnin, an aspiring poet in 1950s New York, who has his ordered world shaken when he embarks on a week-long retreat to save his hell raising hero, Dylan Thomas, played by Celyn Jones, who also co-wrote the script […]

Four Lions on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Four Lions, the feature-length directorial debut for Chris Morris (here listed as Christopher Morris), takes a sideways look at suicide bombers supposedly focussing on being part of the mujahideen, i.e. terrorists, and wanting to blow up the kuffar, aka disbelievers, which, to them, is generally anyone who isn’t a muslim. Omar (Riz Ahmed) works as […]

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