Wow! I don’t even know where to start—that was amazing! Steven Moffat has given Doctor Who fans all over the world one amazing gift after the other this year, culminating in The Day of the Doctor. And what a day it was. Warning: spoilers, sweetie!
It’s not the Comic Con trailer, and there’s no actual footage in it, but the BBC has finally released a teaser trailer for the Doctor Who fiftieth anniversary special, The Day of the Doctor. Watch it in the player above now!
Is it me, or does Pertwee seem like a difficult man to work with?
Day three of Stuart Humphreys’ amazing sixties Doctor Who colorizations. Check out this clip from The Nightmare Begins, the first episode of the epic twelve part serial, The Daleks’ Master Plan. This colorized clip appeared on the Genesis of the Daleks DVD. … Read more
Ever wanted to see the First Doctor’s adventures in color? Well, now you can thanks to some amazing colorization work done by Stuart Humphreys, a.k.a. Babelcolour. Check out some of his work in the player below.
The very best Doctor Who stories are the tiny ones. The ones that are limited and a little bit claustrophobic, that don’t try to do too much, and are not in any way “epic.”
The Rescue is a great little Doctor Who story that introduces Maureen O’Brien as orphan Vicki Pallister, who joins the Doctor, Barbara, and Ian on their travels. Check out the images gallery for this serial below. The reviews are coming soon!
Wow! I’m not going to take back everything I said about series seven on this blog and elsewhere, but The Name of the Doctor goes a long way toward making up for some of its more lackluster aspects. But first, this is your courtesy spoiler warning. If you haven’t seen The Name of Doctor, you might want to avoid this post.