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  • Doctor Who: Dalek

    Doctor Who: Dalek


    This was the very first Doctor Who story I ever saw, boy did it leave an impression. I was 4, soon to be 5, at the time of airing. I walked in to the living room, my mum and dad on the sofa watching this story.

    The very first shot I saw was the glowing blue eye stalk in the darkness.

    This is Doctor Who perfected, and I couldn’t have asked for a better introduction.

  • Doctor Who: Aliens Of London/World War 3

    Doctor Who: Aliens Of London/World War 3


    Haha Farting Aliens go brrrr the episode.

    Certainly one of Series 1s weaker efforts but that just showcases how strong it is in comparison to what followed in it's footsteps. I don't even mind the Slitheen as villains tbh, they work brilliantly as a deliberate commentary on British politics at the time, although the fart jokes do get old very quickly.

    The first 2 part story of NuWho's run. It certainly ended with a bang, but once is let down…

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  • Godzilla



    I know what happened here. And you keep telling everybody that this place is a death zone, but it's not! You're lying. Because what's really happening is that your hiding something out there. I'm right, aren't I? My wife died here! Something killed my wife. And I have a right to know! I deserve answers!

    It's so strange going from a hyper action-oriented film to something a bit more reserved and suspenseful. My opinion from my first watch has somewhat…

  • Doctor Who: Revolution of the Daleks

    Doctor Who: Revolution of the Daleks


    This is a game changer, Jo. It's the security equivalent of the iPhone.

    So... here we are again. Why do I insist on tossing this era a bone only to be disappointed every single time. They really just went for style over substance yet again. You can tell this was shot prior to the COVID outbreak since the issues it's trying to comment on have been and gone.

    While watching I couldn’t help but notice the striking similarities to the…