Posts Tagged ‘Paul Kaye’

Anna and the Apocalypse Special Edition on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Anna and the Apocalypse is a film which was released in UK cinemas just before Xmas 2018, with the DVD in April 2019. For some unknown reason, like Upgrade, it’s taken some time for a Blu-ray to get released, but thankfully, the wait has been worth it as it has a ton of extras. Now, […]

Catherine The Great – The DVDfever Review – Helen Mirren

Catherine The Great is a new four-part series from Sky about the titular lady who came to power in circumstances which didn’t exactly please everyone. Personally, I know nothing about this period of history, but Helen Mirren is always superb, and as for Jason Clarke (as Grigory Potemkin), well, let’s see if I can now […]

I Am Kirsty – The DVDfever Review – Samantha Morton

I Am Kirsty sees the lead portrayed by Samantha Morton (Two For Joy, Minority Report), a busy mother of two girls, and dealing with an absolute b’stard of an other half, Steve, as we see early on when she returns home from the shops. Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve […]

Year Of The Rabbit Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Matt Berry

Year Of The Rabbit gives us Matt Berry as Matt Berry, this time in the Victorian era as Detective Inspector Rabbitt, who’s quickly annoyed when being given a cop partner for the first time, in the form of Strauss (Freddie Fox), who fancies the pants off a dead, naked woman who’s been murdered… so you […]

Three Girls Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Three Girls takes place over three nights on BBC1 and is based on a true story. The story began with schoolgirl Holly (Molly Windsor) being assaulted in the local ‘Top Curry’ takeaway, her father, Jim (Paul Kaye), not believing her story and insisting they get out of the police station ASAP so they can let […]

Before The Flood – Doctor Who Series 9 Episode 4 – The DVDfever Review

Before The Flood begins with The Doctor talks about going back in time to meet Beethoven in a situation he refers to as “The Bootstrap Paradox”, going back to a time when no-one had ever heard of him. He would take all of his symphonies for the man to sign, yet the composer simply copies […]

Before The Flood – Doctor Who Series 9 Episode 4 preview videos

Before The Flood is the fourth episode in the new series of Doctor Who Series 9, and concludes the two parter where the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) and Clara (Jenna Coleman) ended up in an underwater nuclear reactor with ghosts, but now the story goes back to how all this came about, and The Doctor… has […]

Under The Lake – Doctor Who Series 9 Episode 3 – The DVDfever Review

Under The Lake was set in such an environment due to the fact that it wasn’t always underwater. The base is a flooded military town. Quite why such a place wouldn’t suddenly be abandoned, I don’t know, since it wouldn’t be built to withstand the pressures of all that water, but hey, I’m trying to […]

Under The Lake – Doctor Who Series 9 Episode 3 preview videos

Under The Lake is the third episode in the new series of Doctor Who Series 9, and with The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) telling Clara (Jenna Coleman) to be careful what she wishes for after she tells him she wants another adventure with monsters, and things blowing up. And so he gives her an unknown homicidal […]

Pan – Official Adventure Trailer – Hugh Jackman

Pan is the story of Peter Pan (Levi Miller), an orphan who is spirited away to the magical Neverland. There, he finds both fun and dangers, and ultimately discovers his destiny – to become the hero who will be forever known as Peter Pan. And now, we have a new ‘Adventure’ trailer, with lots more […]

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