Posts Tagged ‘Mackenzie Crook’

Eat Locals on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Eat Locals is a play on the phrase ‘Eat Local’, same as ‘Shop Local’, i.e. buy from local independent shops rather than the big chain stores that’ll live forever, anyway, but Eat Locals – with an ‘s’ – refers to… yes… eating people. The main cast, including Eve Myles, Tony Curran and Annette Crosbie, are […]

The Will Ferrell Challenge Continued – Kermode Uncut

The Will Ferrell Challenge continued for Mark Kermode with a new vlog, following the first Kermode Uncut vlog, which centreds around the fact that people told him online that they assumed he would hate the new Will Ferrell movie, Get Hard, where he plays millionaire James King, who is nailed for fraud and bound for […]

Ordinary Lies Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Ordinary Lies last night broadcast its first episode in this new drama series, from writer Danny Brocklehurst (Clocking Off, Shameless, The Driver), following in the footsteps of Clocking Off where each episode revolves around a particular member of staff within a single workplace. Dom Robinson Reviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve […]

Ordinary Lies – Launch Trailer – BBC One

Ordinary Lies is a new drama starting on Tuesday which, as the BBC press release says, is full of drama, tragedy, warmth and humour, and each episode focuses on one of the colleagues and friends of JS Motors. From party-loving receptionists, Tracy (Michelle Keegan) and Viv (Cherrelle Skeete), to enigmatic salesman, ‘Paracetemol’ Pete (Mackenzie Crook), […]

Barking with David Walliams on DVD from November 7th

For the first time ever on DVD comes Barking With DAVID WALLIAMS, PETER KAY, MATT LUCAS, CATHERINE TATE and MACKENZIE CROOK. In the late 90s a talented bunch of up-and-coming comedians put their comedic heads together and wrote an hilarious sketch show for Channel 4; the result was Barking and their names: David Walliams, Omid […]

Sex Lives of the Potato Men on DVD – The DVDfever Review

If there was ever a film with unfair criticism heaped upon it by those who had never seen it, it was this year’s British comedy Sex Lives of the Potato Men. That’s not to say it’s the funniest film I’ve ever seen, but it’s definitely one worth a watch by those who are going to […]

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