Posts Tagged ‘Tony Way’

Philip K Dick’s Electric Dreams Episode 1 – The Hood Maker – The DVDfever Review

Philip K Dick’s Electric Dreams begins the new 10-part series with The Hood Maker, airing on Channel 4 in the UK and Amazon in the US, and feels like their alternative to Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror, whose fourth series is due on Netflix later this year. As you’d expect with the creator of Blade Runner, […]

Mindhorn on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Mindhorn is a comedy which had me at ‘hello’ when I first saw the trailer, right before I was about to watch Free Fire, so I was gutted when the studio didn’t send enough prints round the UK, meaning my local Odeon (Trafford Centre) couldn’t show it. But now, it’s out on Blu-ray and DVD. […]

Loaded Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Loaded is a new sitcom/drama (it’s not just a sitcom because it lasts longer than 30 mins) which centres on four friends – Josh (Jim Howick – Broadchurch, Stag), Leon (Samuel Anderson – Danny Pink in Doctor Who), Ewan (Jonny Sweet – Him & Her) and Watto (Nick Helm – Uncle) – who’ve each made […]

Mindhorn – Official UK Trailer – Julian Barratt

Mindhorn is the name of the late ’80s TV detective played by Julian Barratt (The Mighty Boosh), or so this film would have you believe as… yes, it’s a spoof/comedy! He plays Richard Thorncroft, the titular has-been British TV actor in the series, and in similar style to Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, must work with […]

Nigel Farage Gets His Life Back – The DVDfever Review – Kevin Bishop

Nigel Farage Gets His Life Back is Kevin Bishop‘s take on what the UKIP leader did next. Farage is one of the idiots, alongside Boris Johnson and Michael Gove, who campaigned for Brexit and then quickly buggered off out of it. In his case, he returned to UKIP after resigning because they couldn’t find an […]

High-Rise on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

High-Rise is classed as one of those ‘unfilmable novels’, although I don’t read books, probably having been put off early in life by being given Duncton Wood to read while I was in hospital. It had 736 pages and didn’t grasp me at all. At school, we were forced to read George Orwell’s 1984. I […]

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 […]

Brian Pern: 45 Years Of Prog And Roll Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Brian Pern: 45 Years Of Prog And Roll brings Simon Day‘s aging rocker back to our screens for a third series, just over a year after the last one. Aptly, in that time, Pern has taken a year out, albeit to recover from a heart attack, and now is back to celebrate 45 years in […]

Cold Comfort – Inside No.9 Series 2 Episode 4 – The DVDfever Review

Cold Comfort is the fourth episode of series 2 of Inside No.9, and gave us a brief peek into the goings-on of Samaritans-style call centre, Comfort Suppor Line, where several volunteers try to help members of the public, most who are phoning up simply to have someone to talk to, while the occasional caller wants […]

Elite: Mostly Harmless on Audio CD, by Kate Russell – The DVDfever Review

Elite: Mostly Harmless charts the story of Commander Angel Rose, space-trading this and that to eke out a living, shooting into hyperspace across the galaxies, and trying to avoid not only vicious pirates out to destroy her, but even worse… having to return back to Slough Orbital, her home-based space station where her ignorant father […]

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