Posts Tagged ‘Stephanie Hyam’

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 […]

Bodyguard Series 1 – The DVDfever Review – Richard Madden

Bodyguard begins with Afghanistan war veteran cop David Budd (Richard Madden) tries to play “spot the terrorist” on a train, and he quickly makes himself the ‘Liam Neeson’ of the piece. Before getting into more detail about the episode, the potential baddie had locked himself in a toilet, so surely the thing to do would […]

Their Finest on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Their Finest – based on the novel, Their Finest Hour And A Half – in case you wondered why the title didn’t make a huge heap of sense and was wildly ambiguous – centres around a film company trying to make morale-boosting movies during World War II, where everyone’s overacting… in this movie, not the […]

The Doctor Falls – Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 12 – The DVDfever Review

The Doctor Falls followed a first part which concluded with a ‘next time’, making it look like Peter Capaldi would be leaving at the end of the series as he regenerates into a new Doctor, but he and Steven Moffat will still be around for the Christmas episode before that happens, so we know that […]

The Pilot – Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

The Pilot is the first new episode of the tenth ‘new Who’ series, and we already know that not only is this Peter Capaldi‘s final one, but also that the new assistant, Bill (Pearl Mackie), will only be in the Tardis for one series, so while I find her massively annoying from the trailers and […]

Jekyll and Hyde Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Jekyll and Hyde was first announced by the babbling continuity announcer with “contains some violence and scenes that young children might find upsetting”, so it’s going for the Doctor Who audience, then, although older viewers have found that upsetting by the fact that the episodes during Capaldi’s tenure to date have been frequently tedious, thanks […]

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