Posts Tagged ‘Joe Cole’

Happy New Year, Colin Burstead – The DVDfever Review

Happy New Year, Colin Burstead comes from Ben Wheatley who usually provides us rather off-the-wall movies such as Free Fire, Sightseers and A Field In England, so there’s always something going on, it’s almost always entertaining, and they’re pretty brief. This latest one, which was shown at the London Film Festival and now is only […]

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 […]

Hang The DJ – Black Mirror Series 4 Episode 4 – The DVDfever Review

Hang The DJ is the fourth episode of Black Mirror Series 4 and takes place in an alternate society where, as demonstrated by Frank (Joe Cole) and Amy (Georgina Campbell), you go on dates not only in the hope of meeting ‘the one’, but as confirmed by a new app/device which even orders your food […]

Thank You for Your Service – Trailer 1 – Miles Teller

Thank You for Your Service looks like a potentially interesting drama about how Post Traumatic Stress Disorder can affect American servicemen and women returning home from wars, primarily focusing on Adam Schumann (Miles Teller). It’s difficult based on just this one trailer as to how well-rounded a film it’ll be, however. Thank You for Your […]

Green Room on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Green Room with new young alt-rock band The Ain’t Rights, led by Pat (Anton Yelchin) trying to find themselves… But here, they find themselves in the middle of a cornfield, waking up after having crashed their car without any idea of who or what was responsible. Making their way to where they need to be, […]

The Falling on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

The Falling leads with Game Of Thrones and Cyberbully star Maisie Williams as Lydia, a precocious young schoolgirl, whose rebellious character would, these days, be doing the cyberbullying. However, in this film there is yet no internet for the mass market because it’s 1969 and, amongst the sexual awakening of these girls, led by Lydia […]

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