Only four more shopping days until the new season of Doctor Who. The new trailer looks cool [The Doctor wearing a Stetson? Very cool!]. Check it out following the jump.
Oh, my, yes!
‘Fear me,’ intones an evil voice. ‘I’ve killed hundreds of Timelords!’
‘Fear me,’ whispers The Doctor. ‘I’ve killed them all!’
The Doctor is back – and the new season looks dark and creepy and fun!
While we’re waiting for BBC America to begin running the new season of Doctor Who, here’s a bit of mind-boggling, wibbly-wobbly, timey-whimey prestidigitation to hold us all over. The senses-staggering conclusion follows the jump. Enjoy!
Sherlock Holmes is the best known detective in the world. His use of deduction and evidence was almost contemporary – and certainly far ahead of its time. So, the question arises – how great a detective would Holmes be now, in this age of amazing forensic science? See for yourself when Season One of the BBC series Sherlock comes to DVD and Blu-ray.
More following the jump.
When we last saw The Doctor, he was having a spot of bother – what with his rocky regeneration and the TARDIS aflame around him. When Doctor Who [BBC America, Saturday, 9/8C] returns, the TARDIS is spinning out of control over London – The Doctor dangling from the doors like a misplaced participle. So, yeah. Danger from the get-go.
A little girl kneels beside her bed, praying for someone to help her by fixing a crack in her wall. She can hear voices from the other side of the crack and they scare her. The TARDIS crashes to earth – with a barely safe Doctor – in the backyard of an old house. On its side, doors facing up. It’s the house where the little girl lives and it’s just her luck that a Doctor who’s not yet fully formed has appeared – but he seems up to the job… barely.