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Tagged Night Terrors

The Doctor’s Miracle?

Stuart Ian Burns – writer of the Feeling Listless blog and commenter on Kasterborous favourite Flick Filosopher – has conclusive proof that the Doctor cannot die. That’s right: no death for the Doctor, in fact no death for anyone because the Doctor meets his fate at the hands of the Impossible Astronaut right around the…

Night Terrors

You might have thought that you had seen the end of council estates in Doctor Who with the multiple departures of Rose Tyler, but as Night Terrors showed us, monsters can appear anywhere in the universe, regardless of their shape, form or actual existence… Doctor Who has a long histroy of scaring children, supposedly sending…

Night Terrors Reaction

Here we are again, transported into a doll’s house containing the collective wisdom of all critics concerning Saturday’s episode Night Terrors and ironically it’s transportation that’s gotten most of them a-clicking on their keyboards. Pull up a wooden armchair as here’s a little history lesson: Night Terrors was originally supposed to be the third episode…

Gatiss on Peg Dolls

By the time you read this, you should have already seen Night Terrors, the latest episode of Doctor Who Series 6 which comes from the pen (or computer, I suppose) of Mark Gatiss, whose previous adventures include The Unquiet Dead (2005) and The Idiot’s Lantern (2006). The fascinating Fear Her-style features some rather frightening monsters…

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