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Tagged Day of the Moon

Prequels and Body bags

There’s something a’stiring in the murky waters. There be something out there taken men from the good ship Fancy. An accursed…oh forget it… I can’t do it. I even tried to go method I’m writing this in the bath while wearing a tri-corner hat and I contracted scurvy and for what? Well so that BBC…

Day of the PodKast

Later than intended, it’s time for the latest Kasterborous PodKast (with a K)! This week, Brian A Terranova and Christian Cawley discuss Day of the Moon and some of the remarkable implications of the episode, as well as looking forward to The Curse of the Black Spot!

Sadly, this podKast isn’t as topical as…

Who’s Too Scary?

Two dads have gone head to head in a recent article published by the Guardian online posing the question is Doctor Who to scary for kids? Where to begin with that one… For as long as most people can now remember, Doctor Who has been on the telly forever. Every year the erratic and brilliant…

Over the Moon?

The reviews are in and the theme this week is questions, questions, questions and lots of speculation. Day of the Moon has spread a collective ‘hmm’ across the Internet so powerful that if you hang your head out of the window, you can hear the sound of a thousand beards being thoughtfully scratched – not unlike…

Metro Fanalysis

The Metro, the UK based paper that mysteriously appears on transport vessels around the country to inform passengers of yesterday’s news have scoured Twitter to gauge the response to this week’s OMG! WHAT? episode of Doctor Who. In addition, #DoctorWho and related phrases were trending high on Saturday following Day of the Moon, confirming that…

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