Tempting Fate – Inside No.9 Series 4 Episode 6 – The DVDfever Review

Tempting Fate

Tempting Fate is the sixth and final episode of Inside No.9 Series 4, and it centres around council workers Maz (Weruche Opia), Keith (Steve Pemberton) and Nick (Reece Shearsmith) having to clear out stinky flat No.9, belonging to deceased hoarder Frank (Nigel Planer), cue bizarre ‘things that go bump in the night’ moments and an even more bizarre scene when Nick is trying to simulate the usage of a wheelchair.



DVDfever.co.uk and Warner Bros have teamed up to give you a chance to win a copy of The LEGO┬« NINJAGO┬« Movie. The digital is out now and the Blu-ray™, 3D Blu-ray™, 4K Ultra HD™ and DVD comes out February 12th.

There are three DVDs up for grabs up for grabs in this competition!

In the battle for NINJAGO City, Lloyd (Dave Franco), high school student by day and Green Ninja by night, gets thrown into the ultimate adventure with his secret ninja warrior friends! Led by the wise and wisecracking Master Wu (Jackie Chan), they must defeat evil warlord Garmadon (Justin Theroux), The Worst Guy Ever, who also happens to be LloydÔÇÖs dad. On their courageous journey, they learn to band together to unleash their inner power in an epic showdown to save the city.

Check out the trailer below:

Inside No.9 commissioned for Series 5

Inside No.9

Inside No.9 concludes its fourth series tonight, and there have been some incredible episodes over the years, my favourite being series 2’s The 12 Days of Christine (above), so it’s great news that a fifth series has been commissioned, and will air next year.

The BBC have confirmed today that it will promise more fantastically twisted, comic tales from the brilliant minds of Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith.

The Seven Deadly Sins : Knights of Britannia – PS4 pre-launch trailer

The Seven Deadly Sins : Knights of Britannia

The Seven Deadly Sins : Knights of Britannia is out soon and allows you to fight with Meliodas, King, Ban and the other Seven Deadly Sins and play the anime stories or over 100 original quests across Britannia.


  • Assemble the Seven Deadly Sins : The popular hit anime The Seven Deadly Sins comes to console for the very first time
  • Lush Environments: The world of Britannia comes to life in a scenic 3D environment, made possible by the power of the PS4
  • Action Oriented: A high-tension and fast-paced action fighting style that is expected of the popular anime series
  • Adventurous Storyline: Experience an enticing story line with your favorite characters to choose from and plenty of places in Britannia to explore

The Seven Deadly Sins : Knights of Britannia is released this Friday, February 9th, on PS4.

Check out the pre-launch trailer below and click on the cast picture for the full-size image.

Facebook newsfeed – copy-and-paste scam

Facebook newsfeed Facebook newsfeed – are you sick of people telling you to copy and paste the same messages? Or shameless attention-seeking, asking you to comment/like their post?

I see this sort of thing all the time, and I made a video about it recently. I hadn’t posted it on here at the time, but I saw another variation of it which is as follows:

    “How to avoid hearing from the same 26 FB friends and nobody else: Here is a post explaining why we don’t see all posts from our friends…
    Newsfeed recently shows only posts from the same few people, about 25, repeatedly the same, because Facebook has a new algorithm.
    Their system chooses the people to read Your post. However, I would like to choose for myself, Therefore, I ask you a favor: if you read this message leave me a quick comment, a “hello”, a sticker, whatever you want, so you will appear in my news feed.
    Otherwise, Facebook chooses who to show me and instead I don’t need facebook to choose my friends!
    Do not hesitate to copy and paste on your wall so you can have more interaction with all your contacts and bypass the system. That’s why we don’t see all posts from our friends.”

Needless to say, this is a load of utter rubbish, and I explain why in this Facebook newsfeed video below:

Solo: A Star Wars Story – Teaser 1 – Alden Ehrenreich

Solo… Han Solo…

Ooh, it’s like James Bond all over again, but that has been revealed as the title of the Star Wars spin-off released in May, although the full-title is technically, Solo: A Star Wars Story.

Sadly, it’s not a movie version of Felicity Kendal’s ’80s sitcom, but you can’t have everything.

Still, while there’s no detailed plot yet know, the premise so far is simply that this is Han Solo and Chewbacca’s adventures before joining the Rebellion, including their early encounters with Lando Calrissian.

Strangled on Blu-ray and DVD combo – The DVDfever Review


Strangled centres around two men, both who look very similar, so much so, in fact, that it even confused me at first as to precisely what was going on. It has a plot which does seem rather improbable, but is actually based on real-life events, and paints a very tragic, but mostly gripping tale.

In 1957, ├ükos R├ęti (G├íbor J├íszber├ęnyi), is seen chatting to another woman, late one evening, while out and about. He thinks things are working out as he’d like, but she rejects his advances. The next morning, she’s found dead. In a short space of time, R├ęti admits to killing her and is sentenced to death by hanging, at first, before having his sentence ‘reduced’ to life imprisonment. However, since he didn’t do it, why did he confess?

Skyscraper – Trailer 1 – Dwayne Johnson

Skyscraper Skyscraper sees Dwayne Johnson doing for The Towering Inferno what San Andreas did for Earthquake. However, while I know the filmmakers won’t have intended there to be any comparisons, I can’t see this doing massively well in London following last June’s Grenfell Tower disaster.

There’s no precise plot details yet known, other than it being a hostage-action-thriller set in China, but as is shown in the trailer, The Rock has been in the army, had his leg blown off, and Sean Harris (Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation) is the bad guy, but whatever problems the former faces, nothing will stop him leaping to a certain death from a crane, high up somewhere… and, of course, he’ll survive.

Oh, and spot the obvious Die Hard rip-off moment!!!

I’ve never heard of writer/director Rawson Marshall Thurber before, but Hollywood must have as they’ve signed him up to a Cannonball Run remake, and a sequel to We’re The Millers.

Skyscraper is released in the UK on July 13th.

Also stars: Pablo Schreiber, Neve Campbell, Roland M├Şller, Kevin Rankin, Byron Mann, Chin Han, Paul McGillion

Check out the new trailer below and click on the poster for the full-size iamge:

Mission: Impossible – Fallout – Trailer 1 – Tom Cruise

Mission: Impossible - Fallout Mission: Impossible – Fallout is coming to cinemas this summer and while most series would be looking crazy-tired by their sixth outing, the fifth movie, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation was the best one since the first one, for me.

However, the downside with this is that it looks like there’s too many characters in this one, and a lot of them from the previous movie, so it’s like a continuation but it feels like not too much thought has gone into it. However, it is good that writer/director Christopher McQuarrie is back, since his stuff is almost always worth a look.

Another thing is that this is the first one in 3D… and watching the trailer, I can see there’s zero point to seeing it in 3D. Only one 3D live action movie in 2017 was actually MADE in 3D and that was Transformers: The Last Knight, so all the others were pretenders to the throne. Just stick with 2D for MI6 and don’t encourage them.

Disobedience – Trailer 1 – Rachel Weisz

Disobedience Disobedience centres around Ronit Krushka (Rachel Weisz)… yeah, a Brit playing a Russian… it’s The Hunt For Red October all over again, but go with it….

Anyhoo, she returns to the community which shunned her for her attraction to childhood friend Esti Kuperman (Rachel McAdams), and once back, their passions reignite as they explore the boundaries of faith and sexuality.

I saw this after the silly new trailer Game Night, and again starring Ms McAdams, this takes a sharp gear change into tedious lesbian drama. However, if you like slow drama with the always-out-of-her-depth Ms Weisz, then knock yourself out.

Disobedience is released in the UK on August 24th.

Writer/Director: Sebastián Lelio (based on the novel by Naomi Alderman)
Also stars: Alessandro Nivola, Anton Lesser, Nicholas Woodeson, Cara Horgan, Bernardo Santos

Check out the new trailer below and click on the poster for the full-size iamge:


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