Tuesday, 1 November 2016
For this edition of 50 Things..., we go to the seventeenth century for a Doctor Who tale which, despite featuring plague, invasion and the Great Fire of London, we found actually rather boring. But never mind, because once again we've done our research and discovered many interesting facts, which we can bring you in 30 Stupid Things About "The Visitation" (and 20 Cool Ones).
Sunday, 11 September 2016
This month's 50 Things... features the first story of the Peter Davison Era of Doctor Who, Castrovalva. What does the Master have in common with the city of Castrovalva itself? What does a Leeds-based rock band have in common with Christopher H. Bidmead? But, most importantly, what does the Doctor have in common with a duck? Find out at the link!
Thursday, 8 September 2016
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, why not order your copy of Outside In Boldly Goes, the latest in the Outside In series of cult TV guides, featuring articles by Alan Stevens on "What Are Little Girls Made Of?" and Fiona Moore on "Wolf in the Fold". Click the link above to go to the publishers' website-- and while you're there, check out previous volumes in the series (we're in there too!).
Tuesday, 6 September 2016
By now, most of our readers should have heard the great news that "The Power of the Daleks" is to be released in November as a six-part animated series. If you can't wait, why not visit our Articles Page and remind yourself of our review of the story?
Monday, 15 August 2016
"There are worlds out there where the moon is pink, where cats act like wolves, and the vultures are feline. People dressed like dicks, and comedians making pointless cameos. Somewhere there's motorbikes, somewhere there's magic realism, and somewhere else the Master's looking a bit fat. Come on, Ace,we've got work to do!"
Monday, 6 June 2016
This month's "50 Things..." feature is : 31 Cool Things about “Ghost Light” (And 19 Stupid Ones). Are Victorians superior to Elizabethans? How can the energy of an alien spaceship revive dead insects? And most importantly... when should you stop evolving? Find out at the link!