Alas, this is not an official set, it’s a custom I’ve been working on for well over a year. I’ve finally finished the build, and the next step is to get some custom decals printed to make it even cooler. Once that’s done, I’ll be posting it over to Lego Ideas, so that maybe someday you’ll be able to own a Tremors Lego…
Obviously, IMDB edits should *ALWAYS* be taken with an entire industrial sized vat of salt, yet there are a few indicators that make this ring extremely plausible, even if it doesn’t turn out to be true.
Sort of... I think the first official "Daleks don't like stairs" comment was made during The Chase, and they were defeated by their inability to climb a rope in Destiny of the Daleks.
Yes, somewhere in a parallel universe, this man was the first Doctor.
It's been a while since I did one of these (the last one was for The Eleventh Hour) but here you go.
As io9's resident Doctor Who spoiler hound, it should be noted that I've deliberately left out any information that I know to be true, though some squares may be influenced by information I've gleaned from set reports…
Sadly, the appearance of both David Tennant and Matt Smith on this year's Red Nose Day fundraiser did not result in Time Crash level awesomeness, though we did get this very short mashup of Doctor Who and Call The Midwife, which was... um... certainly a thing.
Fortunately, proper Who is only two weeks away, and as…
So... These are our new Ice Warriors.
Hey, O-Deckers (and i09 staff). Has anybody here read relatively new author Sean Ferrell's time-travel solving-your-own murder mystery, Man in the Empty Suit?
Hooray! It's a double Who Christmas!
Of course, the ultimate BBC christmas tape was this 1985 20 minute sci-fi film they produced with only slightly worse special effects and costumes than your average episode of Doctor Who at the time.
It's nearly Christmas, so time to celebrate by kicking back and watching some classic television specials. And by television specials, I mean the goofy in-house christmas tapes that the BBC VT team used to produce for their annual Christmas party.
Okay i09 peeps, it's time to set phasers to rock with some of my favorite sci-fi, or at least sci-fi influenced, bands.
Big scoop. Here's the newly redesigned Cybermen everyone's been talking about from Neil Gaiman's episode.
Oh, and here's a new Red Dwarf clip, and synopsis of all six episodes (again, courtesy of cultbox):
Here's a slightly different promo for next week's mid-season finale of Doctor Who courtesy of Space.
A followup to my previous Red Dwarf post. All six episode titles for Series X have now been confirmed:
A few minor Red Dwarf tidbits for you. First off, check out the new bunkroom set. Secondly, The British Board of Film Classification has let slip that Episode 4 is titled "Entangled", while Doug Naylor has confirmed that Episode 3 at least has the working title of "Lemons".
Lots of Doctor Who gossip brewing today.
Massive Doctor Who spoilers ahoy! We already know this year's Christmas special is set in Victorian times, though we haven't been clear on the baddies.