It's been a while since we've had a proper, season-long adventure with the Doctor. Can you believe that season 9 ended in 2015?! But happily, our wait for the new season of Doctor Who is nearly over. Season 10--also known as the first season for Pearl Mackie's companion, Bill, and Peter Capaldi's final season as … Continue reading Feast Your Eyes on the New Doctor Who Trailer!
Unless you've been trapped in solitude all weekend, chances are solid that you heard a new companion has officially been named. The companion is called Bill, and she's played by the actress Pearl Mackie. I wrote about her a bit on Geek & Sundry over the weekend. Even though we've got to wait until 2017 for … Continue reading 3 Things I Want For the New Doctor Who Companion
I'm writing again about my time in Europe (I previously wrote a post with a few European travel tips, and I also wrote a post about geeky UK travel on Geek & Sundry). I've put a couple of my pictures here on the blog, but you can see LOADS more photos from my European adventure on my … Continue reading What You Actually Experience at the Doctor Who Experience
I was so excited about Maisie Williams' role on Doctor Who as Ashildr (who prefers to go by "Me" later in her life). Her story was fascinating, heartbreaking, and the end of it had me hoping that she'd get her own spin-off (no spoilers here). While that isn't likely to happen, I still LOVE her..though … Continue reading Everyday Cosplay: Ashildr/Me
Haven't watched "The Husbands of River Song" just yet? Then be warned... I have mixed feelings about the Doctor Who Christmas specials. Like I've said in the past, the episodes are often hit-or-miss for me. Usually they don't have a regular companion, and the stories don't play much into the larger storymline of that particular … Continue reading The Rise of the Tragic Christmas Special
Get ready, you guys. Doctor Who is returning to the big screen--in 3D--for a special screening of "Dark Water" and "Death in Heaven", a special season 9 prequel (called The Doctor's Meditation), AND an interview with Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman hosted by Wil Wheaton. This two night event is coming to theaters September 15-16, just … Continue reading Doctor Who on the Big Screen!
San Deigo Comic Con is in full swing, and with it comes new trailers! As we all figured yesterday, we got a message from Panem's District 13 in the Hunger Games panel today. Here it is, for your viewing pleasure! I'll be honest, I was hoping for a bit of movie footage, but OH MY … Continue reading SDCC News: Hunger Games and Doctor Who
The best way to prep you for this book review is to provide you with this quote from the book: "Well, I doubt you'll ever see a bigger insect." So if you're squeamish when it comes to spiders--even if it's only talking about spiders--this one might not be for you. You've been warned. You certainly … Continue reading A Doctor Who Book Review: The Crawling Terror
***Warning to all of those not caught up on Doctor Who*** Last year, the Doctor Who Christmas special was a Christmas-ruiner that had me in an endless loop of hardcore ugly-crying. To this very day, I cannot watch this episode without bursting into ugly, horrible tears. So I was quite concerned when rumors started breaking … Continue reading 12 Reasons I Loved The Doctor Who Christmas Special
Christmas Day is inching closer, and that means that we're one day closer to the Doctor Who Christmas special! I've already posted a clip from the Doctor Who Christmas special, and now I'm over at Cinema Blend with the official trailer for the special. I hope you'll join me over there to check it out! The … Continue reading Cinema Blend Post: Doctor Who Christmas Special Trailer