Posts Tagged ‘Robert Glenister’

Journey’s End – Trailer 1 – Asa Butterfield

Journey’s End is the seminal British play about World War I, set in a dugout in Aisne in 1918. It tells the tale of a group of British officers, led by the mentally disintegrating young officer Stanhope (Sam Claflin), variously awaiting their fate. Possibly entertainming, but doesn’t look wildly different from anything we’ve seen before. […]

Paranoid Series 1 – Win on DVD – COMPETITION (now closed)

The winners were: Beverley Davies & Ali Thorpe. DVDfever.co.uk and Studiocanal have teamed up to give you a chance to win a copy of Paranoid Series 1 on DVD, starring Lesley Sharp, Robert Glenister and Indira Varma? There are two DVDs up for grabs in this competition! When a woman is murdered in a children’s […]

Live By Night – Official Trailer 2 – Ben Affleck

Live By Night is one of those films written, directed by and starring one main person, this one being… Ben Affleck, whose recent box-office success hasn’t been brilliant in my eyes. I’ve yet to see Gone Girl, but Argo was the last film I enjoyed with him in it, and he also directed it so […]

Paranoid Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – ITV Drama

Paranoid sadly didn’t begin with the classic Black Sabbath tune, but with local GP Angela Benton (Emma Bispham) being senselessly murdered in a children’s playground. Lesley Sharp was Lucy Cannonbury, a childless woman who spends her days reading her books in the playground, and who took the child to protect them, but then denies taking […]

Code of a Killer Part 2 – The DVDfever Review

Code of a Killer Part 2 concluded the story about how DNA evidence was first used to identify and convict the murderer of teenagers Lynda Mann and Dawn Ashworth. Alec Jeffreys (John Simm), fearing his new-found fame in the press has put off any students from turning up to any of his lectures, finds it’s […]

Code of a Killer Part 1 – The DVDfever Review

Code of a Killer told the first part of a story about the murder of young teenager Lynda Mann, on November 21st 1983, whose body was found on park grounds the morning after she went missing. With not a clue as to the assailant, the police, led by DCS David Baker (David Threlfall), could only […]

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