Posts Tagged ‘Julia Davis’

Fighting With My Family on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Fighting With My Family didn’t look like it was going to win me over from the trailer, but I like to check out as many films as I can, so did it flex its muscle in the ring? (Oo-er, missus!) It tells the true story of a wrestling family as they vent their spleens in […]

Sally4Ever Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Julia Davis

Sally4Ever gives us Catherine Shepherd (above-centre) as Sally, a woman in her early 40s who’s trapped in a 10-year relationship from which she should have long since escaped. She feels pressured into marriage, and really needs a massive change in her life, and that’s what is coming soon in the form of Emma (Julia Davis, […]

Crazy Diamond – Philip K Dick’s Electric Dreams Episode 4 – The DVDfever Review

Crazy Diamond is the fourth episode of Philip K Dick’s Electric Dreams, although it was originally scheduled to be the fifth, as it’s swapped places with next week’s Real Life. Not quite sure why as, while it’s stars Steve Buscemi and Borgen‘s Sidse Babett Knudsen, it’s not as good as those we’ve had already. That […]

Black Mirror: The Complete Series – DVD of the week – Charlie Brooker

Black Mirror: The Complete Series is our DVD of the week and contains every single episode of Charlie Brooker’s series to date including the Christmas special, White Christmas. The episodes and stars are as follows: Series 1 1. The National Anthem: Prime Minister Michael Callow (Rory Kinnear) faces a huge and shocking dilemma when Princess […]

Four Lions on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Four Lions, the feature-length directorial debut for Chris Morris (here listed as Christopher Morris), takes a sideways look at suicide bombers supposedly focussing on being part of the mujahideen, i.e. terrorists, and wanting to blow up the kuffar, aka disbelievers, which, to them, is generally anyone who isn’t a muslim. Omar (Riz Ahmed) works as […]

Sex Lives of the Potato Men on DVD – The DVDfever Review

If there was ever a film with unfair criticism heaped upon it by those who had never seen it, it was this year’s British comedy Sex Lives of the Potato Men. That’s not to say it’s the funniest film I’ve ever seen, but it’s definitely one worth a watch by those who are going to […]

Jam: The Complete Series on DVD – Chris Morris – The DVDfever Review

Jam was Chris Morris‘ TV version, to a point, of his Radio 1 show “Blue Jam”, something which I tried to listen to but could never get into. Back then I found TV a more pleasing medium, whereas in the past year or two I’ve been listening to many Radio 2 and Radio 4 comedies […]

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