Posts Tagged ‘Doctor Who’
Posted by montoc1701 on May 22, 2013
Posted by wedgedoc on May 18, 2013
So it’s here. Episode thirteen. The finale. Of the fiftieth anniversary series of Doctor Who. It has a tantalising name, and the teaser is equally tantalising:
The Doctor has a secret he will take to his grave. And it is discovered…
Please read on to see what I thought of the story, it’s secrets (I’ll try to be non-spoilery where possible) and all that jazz.
Posted by pythiasparlour on May 16, 2013
Here, in all its neon glory, are the controls of the TARDIS (particularly reminiscent of the version used by the Ninth and Tenth incarnations of the Doctor) as depicted in a dress!
Posted by geeksyndicate on May 16, 2013
Welcome to Episode 207 of Geek Syndicate! Join Barry and Dave as they once more guide you through the murky underbelly of Geekdom.
Posted by wedgedoc on May 11, 2013
Taking Clara’s two young wards on a trip in the TARDIS probably doesn’t sound like the best plan in the world. Official words:
The perfect theme park day out is also ground zero for a deadly silver resurrection..
Neil Gaiman returns to bring the Cybermen back into our nightmares. Does he succeed, or is this his Silver Nemesis?
Posted by geeksyndicate on May 9, 2013
Welcome to Episode 206 of Geek Syndicate! Join Barry and Dave as they once more guide you through the murky underbelly of Geekdom.
Posted by montoc1701 on April 30, 2013
Posted in Events News, Movie News, NEWS, TV News, Web Cinema News | Tagged: British Film Institute, Byzantium, Doctor Who, FI-LONDON, Filmmaking, London, Mystery Science Theater 3000, Neil Jordan, Sci Fi London, Science fiction film, Star Trek | Leave a Comment »
Posted by wedgedoc on April 27, 2013
Writer of 2010′s Curse of the Black Spot, Steve Thompson returns to Doctor Who with an episode whose title should have long-time and new fans chomping at the bit . The official summary goes like this: “The TARDIS has crashed, Clara is lost inside, and the Doctor has 30 minutes before his ship explodes!”
Is this an epic exploration of the most famous time machine in history? Does it equal the previous TARDIS centric story The Doctor’s Wife? Find out below…there are spoilers so you’ve been warned! Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by wedgedoc on April 22, 2013
The first three episodes of this season have been nicely standalone and have provided a variety of story types. Neil Cross returns to write the fourth episode, following The Rings of Akhatan two weeks previous. Here’s the blurb:
Something terrifying is hiding in Caliburn House, and the Doctor finds himself part of the ghost hunt.
I had mixed feelings about Rings, so how does ghost story Hide compare?
Posted by wedgedoc on April 15, 2013
This third episode of part two of season seven (let’s not split season’s again please) is one I was both looking forward to and wary of at the same time. Here’s the official summary: “On a Russian submarine, a frozen alien warrior is waking up, just as the TARDIS arrives.”
My wariness came mainly from the rebooting of another classic villain. I’ve had mixed feelings about the other re-boots – save the Silurians which I’m not a fan of. Except Madame Vastra! So how did this episode appeal? Click on to find out (beware: this review contains SPOILERS!)
Posted by wedgedoc on April 8, 2013
With new companion Clara onboard for the ride, the Doctor takes her where she wants to go … somewhere Amazing. Here’s the official lowdown:
The Doctor takes Clara to the Festival of Offerings, but the Old God is waking and demands sacrifice!.
I’ve heard this described as a Marmite-like love it or hate it episode … so click on to find out which side I’m on!
Posted by geeksyndicate on April 4, 2013
Welcome to Episode 205 of Geek Syndicate! Join Barry and Dave as they once more guide you through the murky underbelly of Geekdom.
Posted by wedgedoc on March 31, 2013
The search for Clara brings the Doctor to London, 2013, where something deadly is waiting in the Wi-Fi.
So how was this opener for “Series 7 part two”? Click more to see my thoughts!
Posted by Mirjana on March 30, 2013
With the new series of Doctor Who premiering tonight, we’ve now got some official confirmation of the all-star cast that will be taking part in the 50th Anniversary celebration.
Go behind the jump to check out some of the stars that will be returning for the blockbuster celebration.
Posted in NEWS, TV News | Tagged: Arthur Darvill, BBC America, Billie Piper, David Tennant, Doctor Who, Doctor Who 50th Anniversary, jenna-louise coleman, John Barrowman, John Hurt, Matt Smith, Steven Moffat | Leave a Comment »
Posted by wedgedoc on March 29, 2013
Royal Mail are once again joining in with a Doctor Who celebration by releasing a range of stamps to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the BBC television show and British Institution. The stamps – 11 featuring the face of each incarnation of the wandering Time Lord and a twelfth sheet of “mini-stamps” depicting the TARDIS and four of the Doctor’s enemies are available across the UK in Post Offices, or online at http://www.royalmail.com/doctorwho. For a look at the stamps, click More below! Read the rest of this entry »