Posts Tagged ‘Nicholas Farrell’

The Cry: The Complete Series – The DVDfever Review – Jenna Coleman

The Cry is certainly going to win awards… for being the most confusing drama of the year. This was instantly noticeable when the first episode opened with Jenna Coelman in two different timeframes, both facing the press, and as she leads on to say, “Everyone wants to look at you and judge you… look for […]

Lies We Tell – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Gabriel Byrne

Lies We Tell starts off really well, even though I wasn’t aiming for poetry in my first line. Gabriel Byrne takes the lead as Donald, the driver to rich old man Demi (Harvey Keitel), who has a Muslim mistress, Amber (Sibylla Deen), but no sooner has Demi shuffled off his mortal coil, and Donald coldly […]

Mindhorn on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Mindhorn is a comedy which had me at ‘hello’ when I first saw the trailer, right before I was about to watch Free Fire, so I was gutted when the studio didn’t send enough prints round the UK, meaning my local Odeon (Trafford Centre) couldn’t show it. But now, it’s out on Blu-ray and DVD. […]

Mindhorn – Official UK Trailer – Julian Barratt

Mindhorn is the name of the late ’80s TV detective played by Julian Barratt (The Mighty Boosh), or so this film would have you believe as… yes, it’s a spoof/comedy! He plays Richard Thorncroft, the titular has-been British TV actor in the series, and in similar style to Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, must work with […]

Finding Altamira – Official Trailer #1 – Antonio Banderas

Finding Altimira (aka, simply Altimira, in the US) tells the tale of Marcelino Sanz de Sautuola y de la Pedrueca (Antonio Banderas) who, in 1868, accidentally discovered Patheolitic paintings with the help of a hunter named Modesto Cubillas inside Altamira’s caves, located in Cantabria, north to Spain. Trying to expose their discovery to the academic […]

Remainder – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Remainder stars Tom Sturridge as Tom, a man from London. Have you had a trip or fall, recently? Well, he’s certainly had an accident, as debris from above crashes down and puts him in a coma in hospital, to the extent that he has to learn everything from scratch including how to eat and walk. […]

Thirteen Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Thirteen is the first drama commissioned for BBC3 as an online-only channel, yet like all of its new programmes they’re clearly contractually obliged to air on normal TV as well, so basically they’re getting a one-week advance screening online before being shown on the main two channels, with this one being broadcast on BBC2 on […]

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