Posts Tagged ‘Anna Friel’

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 […]

Butterfly: The Complete Series – The DVDfever Review – Anna Friel

Butterfly is based around Max (Callum Booth-Ford), an eleven-year-old boy, who realises he’s not straight, nor gay, but transgender, choosing to dress up as a girl at home. This certainly makes for an interesting and different idea for a mainstream channel drama. One could argue that putting the idea in a child’s head may make […]

BAFTA 2018 Television nominations announced!

BAFTA 2018 Television nominations have been announced, and the awards will be broadcast on BBC1 on May 13th. Leading actor Sean Bean – Broken Joe Cole – Hang the DJ (Black Mirror) Tim Piggott-Smith – King Charles III Jack Rowan – Born to Kill Leading actress Claire Foy – The Crown Sinead Keenan – Little […]

Marcella Series 2 – The DVDfever Review – Anna Friel

Marcella Series 2 begins with the discovery of the body of Leo, a 9-year-old boy, who was kept prisoner in a room almost four years ago, occasionally trying – and in a futile attempt – to chisel his way out through the wall. However, while this is brief, there are a few flashbacks involved, later, […]

Broken Series 1 – The DVDfever Review – Jimmy McGovern BBC Drama

Broken is a new Jimmy McGovern six-part drama and one that’s difficult to assess from just a single episode. Sean Bean is Catholic priest Father Michael Kerrigan, a man with a large parrish who look up to him with great respect. He’s always there for his congregation and no-one has a bad word to say […]

I.T. – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Pierce Brosnan

I.T. centres around family man Mike Regan (Pierce Brosnan) who’s going to unleash a new business that allows you to call for a jet plane in the same way that the average Joe calls out for an Uber taxi (exactly how you get a plane outside your front door is never explained, but then neither […]

I.T. – Official Trailer #1 – Pierce Brosnan

I.T. stars Pierce Brosnan as Mike Regan, a man who has everything he could ever want – a beautiful family and a top of the line smart house. The company he owns is on the verge of changing flight leasing forever. That is, until the relationship with his closest advisor turns nasty, to the point […]

Marcella Series 1 – The DVDfever Review

Marcella opens with a shot of the lead character, played by Anna Friel, in the bath, bruised and bloodied, the bathroom looking slightly cleaner than that in The Young Ones. However, this is no dream sequence, it’s real and we then flash back to 12 days earlier… She took a career break several years ago […]

The Saboteurs on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Saboteurs tells the true story of the collaboration between Norway and England fighting to stop London being bombed off the planet by Germany during World War II. How will it be bombed? It’s all down to a project overseen by Werner Heisenberg (Christoph Bach), a scientist being blackmailed with being sent to the trenches […]

Odyssey Episodes 1 and 2 – The DVDfever Review

Odyssey is a new biopic series on a band who were fantastic, back in their day. They kicked off in 1977 with the dancefloor-filler Native New Yorker, which made No.5 over here in the UK, but are probably best known for their No.1 1980 track, Use It Up and Wear It Out, later covered by […]

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