Posts Tagged ‘Morven Christie’

The Replacement Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – ‘The Hand That Rocks The Office’

The Replacement is a new three-parter which feels very much ‘The Hand That Rocks The Office‘ mixed with other ‘daft shocks’-style ’90s thrillers such as Pacific Heights and Single White Female, with up-and-comer Paula (Line of Duty’s Vicky Mcguire) taking over from Ellen (The A Word‘s Morven Christie), who’s taking time off to drop a […]

The A Word Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

The A Word centres on Joe Hughes, a five-year-old boy who, with the assistance from specialists, we can see will be diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum and this drama shows that for his parents, Alison (Morven Christie) and Paul (Lee Ingleby), the situation is starting to dawn on them, although there’s an element […]

Before The Flood – Doctor Who Series 9 Episode 4 – The DVDfever Review

Before The Flood begins with The Doctor talks about going back in time to meet Beethoven in a situation he refers to as “The Bootstrap Paradox”, going back to a time when no-one had ever heard of him. He would take all of his symphonies for the man to sign, yet the composer simply copies […]

Before The Flood – Doctor Who Series 9 Episode 4 preview videos

Before The Flood is the fourth episode in the new series of Doctor Who Series 9, and concludes the two parter where the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) and Clara (Jenna Coleman) ended up in an underwater nuclear reactor with ghosts, but now the story goes back to how all this came about, and The Doctor… has […]

Under The Lake – Doctor Who Series 9 Episode 3 – The DVDfever Review

Under The Lake was set in such an environment due to the fact that it wasn’t always underwater. The base is a flooded military town. Quite why such a place wouldn’t suddenly be abandoned, I don’t know, since it wouldn’t be built to withstand the pressures of all that water, but hey, I’m trying to […]

Under The Lake – Doctor Who Series 9 Episode 3 preview videos

Under The Lake is the third episode in the new series of Doctor Who Series 9, and with The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) telling Clara (Jenna Coleman) to be careful what she wishes for after she tells him she wants another adventure with monsters, and things blowing up. And so he gives her an unknown homicidal […]

Dragon Age: Inquisition on PS3 – The DVDfever Review

Dragon Age: Inquisition, the third instalment in Bioware’s fantasy universe is upon us, it is welcoming to new and old players alike. You don’t have to have played Origins or Dragon Age 2 to understand the story or what is going on, you literally just jump into this new game and start off questing to […]

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