Tagged Fear Her

Avatar, The Thing, & Fear Her

If you watched The Rebel Flesh last Saturday, you may have noticed a very strong connection to James Cameron’s Avatar, with humans plugging themselves into a machine and operating via disposable pre-grown bodies. Writer Matthew Graham (seen here with his Life on Mars stars John Simm and Philip Glenister) recently confirmed that the link to…

Exclusive Rebel Flesh Preview

Warning – This is a preview of a forthcoming Doctor Who episode. It contains the official synopsis of the episode taken from official BBC PR. It does not contain any spoilers and serves to wet appetites but would advise that if you don’t want to know a thing about this Saturday’s episode then look away…NOW!…

The Rebel Flesh Preview

SFX have published a great interview with The Rebel Flesh/The Almost People writer Matthew Graham about his upcoming episodes, which have a splash of traditional Doctor Who and a hint of The Thing and Alien about them, mixed up some legitimate moral questions combined with some good old-fashioned scares. Back in 2006, Fear Her hinted…

More Rebel Flesh Images!

Promotion efforts for The Rebel Flesh seem to be pretty energetic, and thanks to the BBC we’ve got another great gallery of images of the next episode of Doctor Who. Guest starring Life on Mars/Ashes to Ashes actor Marshall Lancaster (he played DC Chris Skelton), The Rebel Flesh is written by Matthew Graham, co-creator on…

Rebel Flesh Preview & Gallery

If you thought that there were dark elements in The Doctor’s Wife, you haven’t seen anything yet… This week, the Doctor, Amy and Rory encounter The Rebel Flesh, a story about cloning set in Earth’s future. Starring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill as the Doctor, Amy and Rory, the episode also features guest…

Do You Remember the First Time?

The Dæmons. The Face of Evil. Full Circle. Warrior’s Gate. Kinda. Enlightenment. Remembrance of the Daleks. Ghost Light. Survival. Dalek. Daleks in Manhattan. Fairly exciting list of episodes, no? Diverse, you must admit. I’ve heard from people who don’t like The Face of Evil (I know!), but The Robots of Death has a lofty reputation….

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