Posts Tagged ‘Shirley Henderson’

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 […]

Stan and Ollie – “Moments Worth Paying For” Trailer – Steve Coogan

Stan and Ollie is due for release in the UK on January 11th 2019, I’m really looking forward to it, and now, there’s a new “Moments Worth Paying For” trailer. Check out the trailer below: Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation survivor from the same year. Running DVDfever.co.uk since […]

Okja – The DVDfever Review – Netflix

Okja is a film that had an initial trailer which made me unsure as to whether it would be good or bad. When I saw the film, it could well be my favourite of the year. What you might not know is that in New York, 2007, Nancy Mirando (Tilda Swinton) gave a press conference […]

T2 Trainspotting – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Choose T2 Trainspotting. Choose following up the original film 20 years later with a film that’s a mixture of Irvine Welsh‘s sequel novel, Porno, and a new story, and realising that T2 Trainspotting is a much better title to beam out of the cinema box office laser display screen than that of the original book. […]

Bridget Jones’ Baby – Even men will like it! – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Bridget Jones’ Baby – let’s get this right from the start. For me, that’s the title, NOT “Bridget Jones’s Baby”. Who puts the extra, redundant ‘s’ in these things? Probably the same people who say ‘forward slash’ in a web address, when it’s just ‘slash’. You’d only have a ‘back slash’ if you had an […]

Tale Of Tales on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Tale Of Tales is a film from Matteo Garrone, who co-wrote the screenplay, based on 17th century Italian poet Giambattista Basile‘s The Pentamerone, which translates as “The Tale of Tales, or Entertainment for Little Ones”), yet, while on the one hand, some of the visuals are not what you’d want your children to see, on […]

Tale of Tales – Official Trailer #1 – Salma Hayek

Tale of Tales looks to be like a Grimm’s fairytale that goes just a bit further to be as less syrupy-sweet as possible, and so, for me, might actually be worth watching. It’s director Matteo Garrone’s first English-language movie and interweaves three separate story strands bookended by brief bits in which Italians Alba Rohrwacher and […]

Set Fire to the Stars Official Trailer – Elijah Wood

Set Fire to the Stars is a film shot in black-and-white, starring Elijah Wood as John M Brinnin, an aspiring poet in 1950s New York, who has his ordered world shaken when he embarks on a week-long retreat to save his hell raising hero, Dylan Thomas, played by Celyn Jones, who also co-wrote the script […]

Filth – US Release Red Band Trailer – James McAvoy Movie HD

Filth, from Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh, took a lot longer to come to the screen, but was it worth the wait? Bruce Robertson (James McAvoy) is going for promotion to Detective Inspector but there are several colleagues standing in his way, including relative newcomer Ray Lennox (Jamie Bell) and the sole female in the running, […]

Filth on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Filth, from Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh, has taken a lot longer to come to the screen and I had high hopes for it since Trainspotting is an incredible movie from start to finish. Oh, by the way, I’m one of those people who never read books – I wait for the film version to come […]

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