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Quick Blu-ray Review – ‘Downton Abbey’ (Series 3)

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I’ve seen Series 3 of ‘Downton Abbey’ on Blu-ray! I’m enjoying these ‘Downton Abbey’ seasons in the run-up to the upcoming film ‘Downton Abbey: A New Era’, which is set for release in March 2022. I’m enjoying the progression of the characters in the TV series, both upstairs and downstairs. 🙂 Continue reading

Quick Blu-ray Review – ‘Christmas at Downton Abbey’

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It’s time to talk about the first Christmas Special of ‘Downton Abbey’, which was transmitted on ITV 1 on the 25th of December 2011 between Series 2 and 3. I enjoyed this Christmas Special and whilst there’s an ongoing storyline I’m concerned about, I’m glad the special does end on a happier note. 🙂 Continue reading

Quick Blu-ray Review – ‘Downton Abbey’ (Series 2)

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I’ve found out that the upcoming ‘Downton Abbey 2’ movie scheduled for December 2021 has been rescheduled for March 2022. I’m saddened by this as I was looking forward to seeing ‘Downton Abbey 2’ at around Christmas time this year. But at least I have more of the TV series to check out. 🙂 Continue reading

Quick Blu-ray Review – ‘Downton Abbey’ (Series 1)

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With the upcoming ‘Downton Abbey 2’ movie due to be released in December 2021, it’s a good time to check out the ‘Downton Abbey’ TV series. I’ve decided to review the TV series season by season and do quick reviews on its Christmas Specials. I look forward to checking out more of the TV series. Continue reading

2 Movie Reviews – ‘The Secret Garden’ (1993) & (2020)

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In the past few days, I’ve been checking out two film adaptations of ‘The Secret Garden’, based on the 1911 book by Frances Hodges Burnett. They were the 1993 film adaptation and the 2020 film adaptation. Last year, I did a trailer review featuring predictions for the recent 2020 film adaptation. Continue reading

DVD Reviews – ‘Agatha Christie Murder Mystery DVD Collection’

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Many of you Agatha Christie fans will be anticipating the upcoming film adaptation of ‘Death on the Nile’ by Kenneth Branagh. Before that time comes, here are four reviews on four film adaptations of Agatha Christie’s books from producers John Brabourne and Richard Goodwin to enjoy. Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Downton Abbey’

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This week, I saw the ‘Downton Abbey’ movie at the cinema! I really enjoyed it! And this is coming from someone who’s only just got into the TV series recently. Thankfully Hugh Bonneville said you don’t need to watch the TV series since you can go into this film without getting confused. He was right! 🙂 Continue reading

DVD Review – ‘Hook’

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And here’s a review I did a year ago that’s come a year late. If that makes any sense. I was originally going to make this as part of my Advent Calendar for December 2018. But things have changed since then and I’m going with a totally different direction with the Advent Calendar. So here’s the review for you to enjoy! Continue reading

New Page and Reviews – ‘The World of Charles Dickens’

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I’ve added a brand-new page to my ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog!

This is ‘The World of Charles Dickens’ page! This is where I will post reviews related to the works of Charles Dickens, including DVD reviews on the TV and film adaptations of his novels. This will include ‘The Pickwick Papers’; ‘Oliver Twist’; ‘A Christmas Carol’; ‘Martin Chuzzlewit’; ‘David Copperfield’; ‘A Tale of Two Cities’; ‘Great Expectations’ and ‘Our Mutual Friend’. Continue reading