Moffat could have super-easily fixed that whole lame ending by having the cemetery caretaker (or Amy and Rory's grandson) show up and just start talking about what a lovely couple they were, how Rory was a great doctor and saved so many people during the influenza outbreak of 1948, and how it was funny, but they… » 9/02/14 7:14pm Today 7:14pm

We're slowly entering an age where quirkiness is acceptable. Well, except by the super uptight conservatives, who were probably already boycotting your show/movie anyways, so you might as well wave that freak flag for all it's worth and tell any naysayers to eat a bag of hammers. » 9/01/14 2:54pm Monday 2:54pm

I'm also getting old, and can't really handle the twitch gaming any more. (Back in the day, I used to speed-run my way through Mega Man games. Now, not so much) It doesn't help that my wrists are bad, so I can only hold a console controller for about an hour before it starts to hurt. I own a PS3 (one of the first… » 9/01/14 2:50am Monday 2:50am

Why single out Stephen Moffat? Russell T Davies started this malarkey, and while he did provide the one current companion who wasn't hopelessly smitten with the Doctor, I figure that probably has more to do with Catherine Tate than any overriding decision to be different on his part. (And even if Donna wasn't… » 8/29/14 9:55pm Friday 9:55pm

Here's some Outlander news courtesy of doctorwhonews.net. Frazer Hines, best known for playing Jamie McCrimmon, the Scottish companion who accompanied the second Doctor, will be guest-starring in the show he apparently inspired during the latter half of the first season. » 8/22/14 12:36pm 8/22/14 12:36pm

I don't think I really connected with any superheroes until I was in my late teens and started reading Doom Patrol and Animal Man. Prior to that, I had briefly collected Doctor Who, Timespirits, and a few other miscellaneous TV/Movie tie-ins, but nothing that prominently featured superheroes. (The primary villain in … » 8/21/14 3:01am 8/21/14 3:01am

Well, the original Time Lords depicted in The War Games were pretty damn godlike. Not to mention that the Minyans actually worshiped them as gods. But, yeah, the ancient scholarly lot depicted in The Deadly Assassin and Invasion of Time who freak out at the idea of even stepping foot outside of their nice… » 8/20/14 4:21pm 8/20/14 4:21pm

I believe the working title for In the Forest of the Night was Child's Play, and from what we know from set reports, the episodes contains several child extras, and lots of shooting in Fforest Fawr, with what appears to be bits of Coal Hill School, a Tube Station, and several other iconic British locations overrun by… » 8/19/14 2:38am 8/19/14 2:38am