Something like Attack of the Killer Emojis sounds like cheap, independent sci-fi horror flick from the 1960s, akin to Attack of the Killer Tomatoes or The Wasp Woman. Does it work for the modern Doctor Who?
The Doctor is back, with a new companion.
The first episode of our latest podcast series is live and examines Dr. Who and the Daleks (1965). The RSS, iTunes, and Stitcher links will follow as soon as I get them set up. It is available in the master audio feed if you subscribe that way.
BBC have just revealed who will play the Doctor’s new companion when the series returns to the air. The surprisingly short Pearl Mackie IMDB listings is likely about to boom, but it also says that she was cast for her talents displayed during auditions rather than her resume. (Unless, of course, the blank “Other Works” page for her shouldn’t be blank and includes impressive entries.)
The Doctor has returned to Gallifrey. There may be fireworks.
The Doctor finds himself alone in a mysterious castle, being chased by a veiled figure.
Clara gets a call for help from a friend, which leads to a street full of aliens hidden in the middle of London.
I’m still slightly behind with reviews. Heaven Sent review coming up later today.
The Doctor and Clara stumble across a research station in orbit of Neptune. Naturally, something’s gone horribly wrong.
Everything’s terrible, the Zygon rebels have won, how’s the Doctor going to save the day now?
I am catching up with Doctor Who – reviews of Sleep No More and Face the Raven are in the pipeline.