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Strangers Episodes 1 and 2 – The DVDfever Review – John Simm

Strangers puts Professor Jonah Mulray in the tragic situation of his wife having died, but under what circumstances and what has she been up to? That’s what he’s about to find out and which has been kept under wraps prior to broadcast, so no, I’m not letting on either. If I did tell you, then […]

Collateral Series 1 – The DVDfever Review – John Simm, Carey Mulligan

Collateral is a new four-part drama which begins with one situation, but then moves on quite neatly bringing in a slew of other characters, which is a little dizzying but still highly engaging. After pizza delivery guy Abdul (The State‘s Sam Otto) is picked at the last minute to take out some food to single […]

Trauma – The DVDfever Review – John Simm, Adrian Lester

Trauma centres around the two leads who have entirely different family lives. Jon Allerton (Adrian Lester) is one of the leading hospital surgeons in London, with a happy wife and daughter and an affluent lifestyle, while Dan Bowker (John Simm) is about to be made redundant from a factory, and back to his comparative hovel […]

The Doctor Falls – Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 12 – The DVDfever Review

The Doctor Falls followed a first part which concluded with a ‘next time’, making it look like Peter Capaldi would be leaving at the end of the series as he regenerates into a new Doctor, but he and Steven Moffat will still be around for the Christmas episode before that happens, so we know that […]

World Enough And Time – Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 11 – The DVDfever Review

World Enough And Time began with The Doctor doing that fake regeneration crap again, making my heart sink from the off, not least because the two-part finale is brought to you by the combination of Steven Moffat and Rachel Talalay, the latter who was responsible for… er… Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare – the worst […]

Code of a Killer Part 2 – The DVDfever Review

Code of a Killer Part 2 concluded the story about how DNA evidence was first used to identify and convict the murderer of teenagers Lynda Mann and Dawn Ashworth. Alec Jeffreys (John Simm), fearing his new-found fame in the press has put off any students from turning up to any of his lectures, finds it’s […]

Code of a Killer Part 1 – The DVDfever Review

Code of a Killer told the first part of a story about the murder of young teenager Lynda Mann, on November 21st 1983, whose body was found on park grounds the morning after she went missing. With not a clue as to the assailant, the police, led by DCS David Baker (David Threlfall), could only […]

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 […]

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