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Comments Are Open!

Great news for regular visitors to Kasterborous – after a few weeks of testing and strawpoll with various correspondences, we’ve decided to activate comments on many of our Doctor Who, Torchwood and Sarah Jane Adventures articles! As of today, you can comment on news items and the most recent Opinion article, Has the Sonic Screwed…

Tenth Doctor and Rose Reunited

David Tennant and Billie Piper – the Tenth Doctor and Rose Tyler – are set to be reunited in a new thriller directed by Piper’s husband, Laurence Fox. Many had expected Tennant and Piper’s first movie roles together to be in a big screen version of Doctor Who – yet that continues to be some…

2entertain Future Secured

Following the crash of co-owner Woolworths as an early casualty of the recession, 2entertain – the publishers behind your Doctor Who DVDs – have finally seen its future secured thanks to a full purchase by BBC Worldwide. Originally created in September 2004 as a 60:40 joint venture with Woolworths (which combined the former VCI video/DVD,…

Gatiss’ Passions

This Sunday, Doctor Who scriptwriter and guest star Mark Gatiss chats with Michael Berkeley as part of the Private Passions series on BBC Radio 3. Mark Gatiss of course played Professor Lazarus in 2007’s The Lazarus Experiment, as well as contibuting the scripts The Unquiet Dead (2005) and The Idiot’s Lantern (2006) Including a work…

Vampire Voyage

One of the most exciting film ideas for years, The Last Voyage Of The Demeter is finally in development. Based on the segment of Bram Stoker’s seminal vampire novel Dracula – and often ignored in the various film and TV adaptations, The Last Voyage Of The Demeter is described as an Alien-esque, claustrophobic, ‘base under…

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