Archive for the ‘TV Series’ Category

8 Days – The DVDfever Review – Acht Tage

8 Days is so-called because there’s 8 days left until the world ends… Well, it’s a German drama so it’s actually called Acht Tage, but anyway…. A comet is due to hit the planet in just over a week, and all efforts to bring it down have failed. Of course, if they watched The Simpsons, […]

Upright – The DVDfever Review – Tim Minchin

Upright is a new comedy/drama from comedian/musician Tim Minchin, and the first thing I noticed online is that there’s a review from the Financial Times (reviewing comedy shows? They must be desperate for clicks) branding it as being short on laughs. Well, it’s NOT a laugh-a-minute comedy. It’s more a bittersweet comedy/drama, so bear that […]

Mallorca Files – The DVDfever Review – BBC drama

Mallorca Files is a new ten-part daytime cop series which brings a bit of sunshine to the telly when the afternoons are getting all dark and horrible way too soon. Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation survivor from the same year. Running since 2000. Nobel Peace Prize winner […]

Cold Call – The DVDfever Review – Channel 5 drama

Cold Call is a new four-part drama over four nights where the first thing I noticed is that Sally Lindsay‘s house is a damn sight more tidy than mine! Okay, it turned out it wasn’t her’s, as June (Lindsay) was standing over man’s bed before it cut to the opening credits. After that, she was […]

Gold Digger – The DVDfever Review – Julia Ormond

Gold Digger stars Julia Ormond as Julia Day who, at 60, she’s single after splitting up from a 35-year-marriage, but then she falls into a relationship with a young man. She’s in love, but the kids sense danger. We gather from the title that he’s a… yep. Or is he? That’s the billing for this […]

The Cockfields: The Complete Series – The DVDfever Review – Joe Wilkinson

The Cockfields are a family headed by Sue (Sue Johnston) and Ray (Bobby Ball), respectively mother and stepfather to Simon (Joe Wilkinson, who also co-writes). The pair live on the Isle of Wight where Simon’s returning to celebrate his 40th birthday, and taking girlfriend Donna (Diane Morgan) in tow. Sue is the typical overbearing mother […]

The Mandalorian – The DVDfever Review – Disney Plus Star Wars series

The Mandalorian is a bounty hunter who’s here to take out the trash… so that’s most of the recent Star Wars movies, then. Rogue One was the only one I really enjoyed, whilst Force Awakens was a disappointment, The Last Jedi was even worse, and Solo was the biggest stinker ever in the canon, especially […]

For All Mankind – The DVDfever Review – Joel Kinnaman

For All Mankind takes us back to the time when the Great Space Race was at its height and man was heading to land on the moon… and it rewrites history because the Russians got there first, leading to the first episode’s title being Red Moon. But what happened to Apollo 11 getting there? That […]

Dickinson – The DVDfever Review – Hailee Steinfeld

Dickinson takes an inside look at the world of TV presenter and mahoghany lookalike David Dickinson…. sorry, I mean, writer Emily Dickinson. Yes, Emily Dickinson… the poet. She wrote words which you find in books. Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation survivor from the same year. Running since […]

See – The DVDfever Review – Jason Momoa

See is a new Apple TV+ series starring Aquaman‘s Jason Momoa… and watch as everyone leaves the review and rushes over to just watch the programme because he’s in it… 😉 Okay, for those of you still with me, or with the ability to multitask between reading a review AND watching a TV show, it […]

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