Posts Tagged ‘Faye Marsay’

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 […]

McMafia Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – James Norton

McMafia centres around dodgy Russians, the mafia and money laundering, with James Norton (Flatliners), who’s in a pickle as his business is under threat from rumours about dodgy financial investments, and he’s looking for a non-Russian investor to chip in to quell these rumours. Without that, he’s a bit stuffed. Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames […]

Shamed – The DVDfever Review – Channel 4 drama

Shamed is a one-off “What’s going on?” drama, where one minute, we see Nathan (Nick Blood, above) happy with fiancee Julia (Tanya Fear), and the next, he’s locked up in a small, red room; waking up and seemingly drugged, and unable to escape. What happened? It’s certainly not quite the stag party he was expecting… […]

Bancroft Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Sarah Parish ITV drama

Bancroft… Anne Bancroft… no, that’s The Graduate. This, however, begins in 1990, and the song “Killer“, by Adamski and Seal. Of course, anyone with a brain knows that 1990 was time for the Guru, but the former track is more appropriate as young Laura Fraser (Lily Sacofsky) is brown bread. Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames […]

Hated In The Nation – Black Mirror Series 3 Episode 6 – The DVDfever Review

Hated in the Nation, the final entry in the third series of Black Mirror, with cop Karin (Kelly Macdonald) taking the witness stand (or seat, in this court), to recount the events that began on May 15th last year, and which will unfold effectively, and it shows a return to form for the series after […]

Love, Nina Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Love, Nina begins with us first seeing the titular character walking barefoot, which she does constantly… because she’s quirky. However, there’s no way anyone would do that normally, given all the crap on the ground. Nina (Faye Marsay – Shona in Doctor Who: Last Christmas – one of the few good elements of that episode, […]

Game of Thrones Season 6 – HBO Red Band Trailer

Game of Thrones Season 6 is unleashed next month and the trailer has now been released. The first episode in the new season will be directed by Jeremy Podeswa, who also directs the second episode, and has previous done the honours for season 5’s episodes 5 (Kill the Boy) and 6 (Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken) and […]

Last Christmas – Doctor Who: Christmas Episode 2014 – The DVDfever Review

Last Christmas begins with perennial annoyance Nick Frost as Santa Claus/Father Christmas (his character is referred to as both, even though the credits only call him the former), when he’s spotted by Clara (Jenna Coleman). After a rather tedious exchange, The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) turns up and whisks her into the TARDIS, the Doctor then […]

Pride – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Pride is a new British film based on real events, set during the miner’s strike. Joe (George MacKay), nicknamed Bromley for a large portion of the film, since that’s from where he hails, is a young lad going to college and looking for somewhere to fit in. He inadvertently stumbles across a small group of […]

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