The entire population of Earth driven mad, a saviour of another world blamed for its downfall, and a space station containing superviruses form the storylines of the final three Doctor Who audio plays featuring India Fisher as companion Charley Pollard. Well, in the middle one it’s actually only sort of Charley. These…
You know - those songs that you can’t help but sing along with whenever you hear them. Here’s a couple of mine:
Another two episodes today with one a tale about seeing creepy crawlers and another about O’Neill killing a creepy crawly.
Probably like “Friendtopia”, a song from the latest Crazy Ex-Girlfriend episode.
I’m not usually one for seasonal decorations, but my sister had a thing about setting up a killer Christmas tree in Misfitville. It was impossible to close the curtains in the evening without being jabbed by a deadly mass of pine needles.
Maybe they should have let the Empire run that thing and go bankrupt on it? British energy provider Ovo has calculated the money it would cost to power that thing - A meagre £6,254,254,800,000,000,000,000,000,000. Per Day.
Well here we are at the eighth and final episode of series one of Doctor Who spin-off Class. It is titled The Lost. The fractured Coal Street Gang have their backs against the wall in an explosive finale that sees the return of Coal King Corakinus. The Shadow Kin are invading.
So what’s the Wenchette been doing art wise? , none of you ask. So happy you inquired! I’ve been making a ton of fan art portraits!
I meant to post this yesterday but I worked from 8-4 yesterday so my bad!
I’m off to the cinema shortly to catch a seasonal treat that features a mix of malevolence, mischief and mayhem. Nothing says it is Christmas more than an exotic cute pet to love and adore.
The Svengoolie movie this Saturday night will be The Night Walker. I think this is a new one for Sven. William Castle. Written by Robert Bloch.
Welcome back to the Friday Open Thread where you get nothing, you lose, good day sir!
And all you need is the world’s biggest vacuum chamber, made of aluminium. (Yes, that’s how you spell it... ; ) ) OK, I’m pretty sure this particular effect of the Law of Gravity has been experimentally proven before, but never this big. And despite knowing why it works the way it does, it’s always an impressive…
Tonight’s episode of Legends of Tomorrow concluded a four-way crossover (although not a four episode crossover, like the advertising indicated) between Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow. It was ambitious, it was amazing, it included a lot of characters and sometimes used them well (hi Mick!) and…
Hideo Kojima revealed a new trailer for his upcoming PS4 game Death Stranding at the Game Awards tonight. It was initially announced at E3 earlier this year.
Greetings, people. Somehow this crossover doesn’t feel nearly half done, but we’re here. In the last quarter (THIRD!) and about to conclude this invasion. Come to the minduck and react!
Fawlty Towers actor Andrew Sachs has died, aged 86, after a four year battle with dementia. While he will be forever known as Manuel, the put-upon Spanish waiter in the John Cleese comedy, Sachs was almost the Seventh Doctor and has an array of genre credits.
It’s the first of December which means it’s time to shop for presents or plan the overthrow of the czar. I don’t know about you but I don’t have the energy for a military revolt so I’ll stick to shopping. How is your gift-buying progressing?
In an ideal world, I would fit this up with a wall of little windows that can be opened one-by-one, but since it’s the season, consider the virtual window clicked and the panel opened on a Christmassy (rather than Quatermassy) sci-fi treat.