Tagged Vincent van Gogh

Soapy Spoilers (Sorta…)

Editor’s note: Okay people – here’s one of those articles that you might not want to read. Containing potential spoilers or absolute bobbins depending on what you want to believe, let’s just say that the contents have been hidden for safety but the whole thing might just be a rehash of last year’s Amy’s Choice…

Forbidden Goodies

Just hitting the pages of Forbidden Planet are three new collectibles ready to be squeezed onto your Christmas list. And top of that list should be the fabulous ‘Blue Box Exploding’ poster. Based on the last post-impressionistic painting of Vincent Van Gogh- an image he received from 102 AD Stonehenge. Oh, okay its an image from…

Van Gogh’s Rock Music Mishap

This week brings a bit of anti-news from AntiMusic, unfortunately.  The music news site has reported some misinformation as part of the buildup for tomorrow’s North American premiere of Vincent and the Doctor. The article claims that the appearance of the song Chances by Athlete at the episode’s emotional conclusion is the first rock song…

Four Weeks Out of Sync?

More not-so-great news, ladies and gentlemen of North America.  The Doctor Who Blog has projected another possible one-week delay in the Doctor Who run on BBC America, which will affect Canadian viewers on Space as well. While inconvenient for ardent Whovians abroad, the break would be slightly more justifiable than last time’s mid-season marathon, as…

The Pandorica Opens

Where do we go from here? The Doctor is trapped in a child’s prison, Amy is dead at the hand of her Auton boyfriend, the TARDIS has been destroyed and all life as we know it has ceased to be- there are cliff-hangers and then there’s this. Like the locks and codes keeping the Pandorica…

Vincent and the Doctor Reaction

A little later this week, the reaction round-up – I’ve been trying to calm down after seeting over so-called Doctor Who fan Gavin Fuller’s attempt at a review in The Telegraph. It hasn’t worked. Short of turning this into a personal attack on someone who clearly is a fan of Doctor Who 1963-1989 (perhaps not…

SFX Paints a Picture

Don’t get me wrong – SFX is a superb magazine!  But sometimes it can be cruel, especially when it decides to watch every new episode of Doctor Who before we do! As if that weren’t enough, it’s once again teasing and tormenting us with not ten, not eleven, but twelve spoiler-free clues about the next…

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