Tagged The Crimson Horror

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Series 7 Boxset Released September!

Doctor Who: The Complete Series 7 boxset is expected to hit shelves in September, according to Blu-ray.com. Blu-ray.com report that the set will be released on 24th September, presumably as both Blu-ray and DVD. Though it’s an American site, the UK should expect a similar release date – or if not, things are going to…

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Dalek Movies Mania, 2013-Style

The recent release of the two Peter Cushing Doctor Who films from the 1960’s featuring a human Doctor and, of course, the Daleks, has created quite a bit of interest in the history of the films. Offering some interesting insights into the making of the films as well as some very interesting points of view…

Doctor Who Series 7 Part 2 DVD,
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Time to Buy Doctor Who Series 7 Part 2!

While they won’t be able to match the expediency of BBC America Distribution these soon to be released DVD and Blu-ray Doctor Who Series 7 Part 2 DVD, box sets from Amazon do come with the guilt-free promise of not testing the boundaries of your fandom. The boxset includes episodes 6-13 plus the 2012 Christmas Special:…

Doctor Who Series 7: The Crimson Horror
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The Crimson Horror Reaction

A slightly shorter-than-usual reaction article this week thanks to the BBC America Shop and this evening’s BAFTAs. The Crimon Horror was a fun episode – but how well did it go down? As reported by SFX, 4.61 million people viewed the episode when broadcast, according to the overnight figures. This is likely to change, of…

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The Crimson Horror ReKapped!

London, 1893. Madame Vastra and Jenny are visited by Mr. Thursday, a man whose brother, Edmund, was killed in mysterious circumstances in the equally-mysterious Sweetville. Edmund is the latest victim of the infamous Crimson Horror – his face contorted in fear and his skin a waxy, bright red. “He was a newspaper man,” Thursday explains….

Doctor Who Series 7: The Crimson Horror
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The Crimson PodKast!

It’s a two-hander this week with James McLean providing company for Christian Cawley – and you, dear listener – as we look in-depth at a few important Doctor Who topics. First and foremost, we discuss The Crimson Horror. You should really have worked that out from the title of this week’s podKast (with a “K”),…

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