Posts Tagged ‘Laura Haddock’

Transformers: The Last Knight – the best IMAX 3D experience of 2017 – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Transformers: The Last Knight is the fifth in the possibly-never-ending series of films based on the Hasbro toys… I say ‘possibly’ because with the diminishing returns that this installment has brought in, it does question whether the next two films, pencilled in quickly for June 2018 and June 2019 – the former being a Bumblebee […]

The Level Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – ITV Drama

The Level shows that every cop has got a snout or three, who’ll give them the information they require when they need a tip-off, but Nancy Devlin’s (Karla Crome) bitten off more than she can chew, with haulier Frank Le Saux (Philip Glenister). Her association leads to a mysterious text: “Frank’s girl. I’m coming for […]

Luther Series 4 Episode 2 – The DVDfever Review

Luther Series 4’s conclusion began with apparent clairvoyant Megan (Laura Haddock) passing on Alice’s message as: “Tell John that Stacey Bell has the owl”, referring to a woman who killed her grandma when she was 17, and was something he only ever discussed with Alice, so how did she know? Was she a real medium […]

Luther Series 4 Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Luther Series 4 began with DCI John Luther still in a dark place after losing his partner, DS Justin Ripley (Warren Brown), which led me to hope that Series 3 would be followed by a movie going back in time, rather like a prequel. However, this sB018G7NUUUeries is a two-parter over two weeks which still […]

Luther Series 4 Trailer – BBC One – Idris Elba

Luther, John Luther. Rather like “Bond, James Bond”. Go on, give Idris Elba the role next time! Anyhoo, in the meantime, the actor, DJ enthusiast and Sky supporter returns this Christmas in a new two-parter, which is technically the fourth series, although they’ve got shorter over time. Series 1 was 6-parter, while series 2 and […]

Guardians of the Galaxy IMAX 3D – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Guardians of the Galaxy is a film where I had no knowledge of its connection with the Marvel Universe, since I only follow what gets released in cinemas, rather than scrutinising the minutiae of the comics. We begin in 1988, with a young Peter Quill sitting in a hospital waiting room, listening to a mix […]

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