Posts Tagged ‘Andrea Riseborough’

The Grudge 2020 – Trailer 1 – John Cho

The Grudge 2020 – it’s back again for another reboot, after the Sarah Michelle Gellar reboot in 2004, and based on the Japanese original from 2002. Entertaininment Weekly came out with some complete horseplop about how you won’t sleep after watching this new ‘creepy’ trailer. Highly unlikely. I think everyone’s really tiring of such films, […]

Crocodile – Black Mirror Series 4 Episode 3 – The DVDfever Review

Crocodile is the third episode of Black Mirror Series 4 and, initially, centres on Mia (Andrea Riseborough) and Rob’s (Andrew Gower) car accident, which leads to a situation they’d rather forget, and which they’d rather no-one else found out about. She’s in a panic while he’s comparatively cool as a cucumber and resolves the issue. […]

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. […]

The Death of Stalin – Trailer 1 – Steve Buscemi

The Death of Stalin seemed an odd idea for a movie, but then I saw the name Armando Iannucci (The Thick Of It, In The Loop) and was sold on it immediately! The only plot details known so far are… well, it’s a comedy, so you don’t need to know a great deal, but it […]

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 […]

The Witness For The Prosecution (2016) – The DVDfever Review – BBC Drama

The Witness For The Prosecution is one of many TV and film adaptions based on the original Agatha Christie short story, based in London, August 1923. Emily French (Kim Cattrall) is a wealthy woman with an embittered maid, Janet McIntyre (Monica Dolan) and a penchant for younger men, her latest dalliance being Leonard (Billy Howle), […]

National Treasure Episode 1 – Robbie Coltrane drama – The DVDfever Review

National Treasure stars Robbie Coltrane as long-standing showbiz personality Paul Finchley, and he’s a perfect choice for this role, as he is, indeed, a national treasure. However, after many years in the public eye, it’s not long into the drama before the police come knocking as he’s accused of rape. Naturally, he denies all charges […]

Birdman – interviews with Ed Norton and Michael Keaton

Birdman is out this week to buy on Blu-ray and DVD and stars Michael Keaton in a return to form as washed-up actor Riggan Thompson, whose glory days are behind him. Co-starring Ed Norton and Emma Stone, the film won both the BAFTA and the Oscar for Best Cinematography for Emmanuel Lubezki. In addition, it […]

Birdman on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Birdman, or to give it its full title, “Birdman: or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)“, stars Michael Keaton as has-been actor Riggan Thompson, whose glory days are behind him, hence the rather self-referential aspect to the story because Keaton, himself, hasn’t headlined a major film for some time, and most recently, his performances in both […]

Birdman: or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Birdman, or to give it its full title, “Birdman: or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)“, stars Michael Keaton as has-been actor Riggan Thompson, whose glory days are behind him, hence the rather self-referential aspect to the story because Keaton, himself, hasn’t headlined a major film for some time, and most recently, his performances in both […]

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