Archive for the ‘TV Series’ Category

Brassic – The DVDfever Review – Michelle Keegan

Brassic is slang for the Cockney rhyming term ‘boracic lint’, meaning ‘skint’. So, we have a comedy/drama series about a bunch of young men who want to participate in endless ‘get rich quick’ schemes which you can guarantee are going to end in disaster. The two leads are best friends Vinnie (Joseph Gilgun – Lockout), […]

Deep Water Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Anna Friel

Deep Water begins with a family of two adults and four children (led by Rosalind Eleazar – National Treasure, out on a boat whilst on Lake Windermere, when one of the kids falls out and into… yes, deep water. Dad rushes in to save the day, and all is fine, but then this isn’t a […]

Jade Goody: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain: The Complete Series – The DVDfever Review

Jade Goody: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain is a three part series (yes, they strung it out for THREE HOURS), which looks at Jade Goody, one of the most divisive individuals ever to appear on a UK reality TV show and clearly brought in to cause trouble with her gutter mouth and propensity for […]

This Way Up Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Aisling Bea

This Way Up gives us Aine (Aisling Bea, above) – pronounced Anya, who’s been staying in a treatment facility designed for people suffering from addiction, while she’s had a a nervous breakdown, then heads back to her job as a teacher (as if that would happen in real life). Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and […]

I Am Hannah – The DVDfever Review – Gemma Chan

I Am Hannah begins with Hannah (Gemma Chan) going on a first date with a man, before we see her going on more, but as an aside early on in this review, the WORST thing to ask anyone on a date is “What have your other dates been like?” Why? Because we’re on THIS ONE! […]

I Am Kirsty – The DVDfever Review – Samantha Morton

I Am Kirsty sees the lead portrayed by Samantha Morton (Two For Joy, Minority Report), a busy mother of two girls, and dealing with an absolute b’stard of an other half, Steve, as we see early on when she returns home from the shops. Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve […]

I Am Nicola – The DVDfever Review – Vicky McClure

I Am Nicola centres around Nicola (Vicky McClure – Line of Duty), who’s very unsatisfied with her lot in life because, as a hairdresser, everyone else’s life sounds far more interesting than her’s, such as when she asks them what they’re doing for the weekend, while she has no plans whatsoever, other than to spend […]

Extinction Rebellion: Last Chance to Save the World? – The DVDfever Review – BBC Documentary

Extinction Rebellion: Last Chance to Save the World? is the British Brainwashing Corporation’s the latest foray furthering the pretence that we’re in the middle of a “climate emergecy”, that thing which has been around for the past three months, ever since David Attenborough’s Climate Change: The Facts, where there were few facts outside of the […]

Dark Money (Dark Mon£y): The Complete Series – The DVDfever Review

Dark Money – or Dark Mon£y in its official title – puts Manny (Babou Ceesay – Free Fire) and Sam (Jill Halfpenny – Three Girls) in a horrendous position when they’re initially happy that their son, Isaac (Max Fincham), has landed a part in a Hollywood movie and is now on his way back home […]

Beecham House Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – ITV drama

Beecham House centres around Beecham, John Beecham (Tom Bateman), in Delhi, 1795, who helped out the locals three years earlier after they came under some strife from some pesky pistol-packers. He used to be a soldier in the East India Company, who wants to start a new chapter in his life, so splashes out on […]

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