Posts Tagged ‘James Frain’

Star Trek: Discovery Episodes 1 and 2 – The DVDfever Review – Netflix

Star Trek: Discovery (or STD, for short… oh, hang on… I’ll just call it Discovery, then) begins with a far from original premise, but there are still surprises to come which, following this double bill, are making me look forward to next week’s third episode more than I expected. For the first televised adventure of […]

Star Trek: Discovery – Official Trailer and Pictures – Netflix

Star Trek: Discovery launches on Monday September 25th, exclusively on Netflix everywhere excluding the US and Canada. Brand new episodes will then be available each week on a Monday. The 15-episode season is sreleased in two chapters, the first 8 running up until November 6th, with the season resuming in January 2018. Star Trek is […]

There Is No End – Intruders Series 1 Episode 8 – The DVDfever Review

There Is No End takes us into the final episode of Intruders, and back to Queens, New York, 23rd July 1931, the time of Bix Beiderbecke when he was at the height of his fame and talent, playing for all he’s worth. He’s with Rose, and she knows they can be together again when, two […]

The Crossing Place – Intruders Series 1 Episode 7 – The DVDfever Review

The Crossing Place takes us into the penultimate episode of Intruders, and clearly the BBC have lost interest in this show by junking it to the weekend graveyard on BBC2, but I’m prepared to see it through to the bitter end… Much like Jack, who had a shock revelation when he found out what Rose/Amy […]

Bound – Intruders Series 1 Episode 6 – The DVDfever Review

Bound begins with Frank talking to the Rose Gilchrist through Amy’s body, now that her past life has been fully triggered, and she needs him to track down someone else who is due for triggering. But who? Well, for the purposes of TV, she writes it down on a piece of paper for him to […]

The Shepherds And The Fox – Intruders Series 1 Episode 5 – The DVDfever Review

The Shepherds And The Fox starts going back to Seattle, 9 years ago, where police search Marcus Fox’s house where they can see he fills his house with knives, there’s Mozart on the turntable, those funny circular, prawn cracker-like things, and in the cellar, there’s the bodies of 8 of his victims… and then they […]

Ave Verum Corpus – Intruders Series 1 Episode 4 – The DVDfever Review

Ave Verum Corpus is the Mozart piece which Madison (Millie Brown) described to Karen early on in the last episode, shortly before smashing her brains in, in the roadside bathroom, and the piece we see her playing on a piano in a flashback just before she and her family moved into their current house, even […]

Time Has Come Today – Intruders Series 1 Episode 3 – The DVDfever Review

Time Has Come Today begins with Karen (Rukiya Bernard), the woman who was paid by 9-year-old Madison (Millie Brown, acting everyone off the screen) to drive her to a destination of her choosing, having reservations about taking this on, switching off a piece of classical music, which is playing on the radio, and deciding to […]

Intruders – She Was Provisional & And Here… You Must Listen – Series 1 Episodes 1 & 2 – The DVDfever Review

Intruders episode 1, She Was Provisional, begins in 1990, in Barstow, California, with a young girl called Donna (Katherine Evans) being woken up in the middle of the night by some unmasked men claiming they’re there to return to her a secret which she gave to them some years ago, apparently due to her asking, […]

TRON Legacy 3D – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Tron, back in 1982 at the age of 10, was a film for me which changed my life. Not only was I at an impressionable age, although I can still be impressed at 38, but a fascination with computers and a love of the look of the film just made me want to jump into […]

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