Posts Tagged ‘Sarah Phelps’

Dublin Murders – The DVDfever Review – BBC drama

Dublin Murders is a new drama, set in 2006, based on the books by Tana French, and adapted by Sarah Phelps, who also adapted the recent Agatha Christie dramas The ABC Murders, The Witness For The Prosecution and Ordeal by Innocence. Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation survivor from […]

The ABC Murders: The Complete Series (2018) – The DVDfever Review – Agatha Christie BBC drama

The ABC Murders is the latest Agatha Christie tale to be told on BBC1, and after Ordeal By Innocence was delayed from last Christmas, and bumped to April this year, when it was told in weekly installments, we’re now back with nightly episodes, as this is broadcast over three nights. John Malkovich takes the lead […]

Ordeal By Innocence: The Complete Series – The DVDfever Review – Agatha Christie BBC drama

Ordeal By Innocence, by Agatha Christie, begins with rich matriarch Rachel Argyll (Anna Chancellor) having her mortal coil shuffled off by someone, and since it’s Agatha Christie, so the victim must be discovered by the maid, Kirsten Lindstrom (Morven Christie – any relation?), who’ll then scream and weep uncontrollably. Jack Argyll (Anthony Boyle), her adopted […]

The Witness For The Prosecution (2016) – The DVDfever Review – BBC Drama

The Witness For The Prosecution is one of many TV and film adaptions based on the original Agatha Christie short story, based in London, August 1923. Emily French (Kim Cattrall) is a wealthy woman with an embittered maid, Janet McIntyre (Monica Dolan) and a penchant for younger men, her latest dalliance being Leonard (Billy Howle), […]

The Casual Vacancy Episode 3 – The DVDfever Review

The Casual Vacancy Episode 3 finally puts itself out of its misery, and a good job too as, quite frankly, over the course of these three weeks I could’ve pulled a better story out of my arse! Howard and Miles are fussing over the vandalism on the front of the former’s pie shop, adorned with […]

The Casual Vacancy Episode 2 – The DVDfever Review

The Casual Vacancy Episode 2 began with Barry’s funeral, and threats from beyond the grave that the dead man was going to rock the foundations of Pagford in some way. Half-brother Simon was also making his presence felt by passing flyers round, during the service, declaring that he was running for the casual vacancy in […]

The Casual Vacancy Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

The Casual Vacancy 4 is an adaptation of a J.K. Rowling novel and is set in the fictional town of Pagford, in the suburban West Country. In a cast filled with famous faces, Parish council member Barry Fairbrother (Rory Kinnear) is preparing for his wedding anniversary to Mary (Emily Bevan), but he looks in the […]

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