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#221151
New Dr Who 2 Weeks, 4 Days ago  
Delighted he's young. Not so pleased he's black (implies fulfilling a quota rather than talent) but I have total faith in Russell T who is a National Treasure and can do no wrong. And best of all - he's not Jodie Whittaker who was a total disaster through no fault of her own (ghastly scripts) and has probably ruined a rather promising career.
 
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#221152
Re:New Dr Who 2 Weeks, 4 Days ago  
Incidentally, as an old man I consider I'm now allowed to say that he is the first Dr Who who is rather cute. That will make a nice change.
 
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#221153
Re:New Dr Who 2 Weeks, 4 Days ago  
I've never seen Sex Education but I suspect not only has it produced the next Dr Who but I bet Asa Butterfield will be the new James Bond. I have a sixth sense about these things. AND I see dead people who don't know they are dead.
 
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#221167
hedda

Re:New Dr Who 2 Weeks, 4 Days ago  
Christ he's bloody good looking and for once..a very SEXY Dc Who.

I predict he'll be a big hit
 
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#221171
Green Man

Re:New Dr Who 2 Weeks, 4 Days ago  
hedda wrote:
Christ he's bloody good looking and for once..a very SEXY Dc Who.

I predict he'll be a big hit


I don't folllow the series at all but if it keeps my Yankee friends happy than I am happy. I never saw the appeal to Dr Who.
 
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#221298
Wyot

Re:New Dr Who 2 Weeks ago  
Mrs Wyot hates sci-fi but loved the David Tennant Dr Who. I watched it once under sufferance and learned that a load of statues moving was apparently "scary". I am going to force her to watch The Exorcist with me to try and re-define scary for her.

I too, GM, don't get the appeal...
 
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#221307
Green Man

Re:New Dr Who 2 Weeks ago  
Wyot wrote:
Mrs Wyot hates sci-fi but loved the David Tennant Dr Who. I watched it once under sufferance and learned that a load of statues moving was apparently "scary". I am going to force her to watch The Exorcist with me to try and re-define scary for her.

I too, GM, don't get the appeal...


That's not scary Wyot. Bobby Goldsboro music is scary, if you play his 45's on 33 1/3 speed he sounds even more dodgy (like a seedy crooner).

I played an early CD release of Lamb Lies on Broadway from the mid 80s last night. William Friedkin was going to do make a movie of the album.

What annoys me people only listen to that one song Lamb Lies on Broadway or Carpet Crawlers rather than the whole album. Carpet Crawlers has to be heard after you listened to the whole album not after LLOB.

Concepts albums have to be played numerous times to understand the story. LLOB is one that you have to focus. The Prison by Michael Nesmith you have to the read book that came with the album.

Did/do you own Music From The Elder by KISS. I hated it at first with passion, I thought the story was horrendous and the album was a waste of talent. After about 8th listen it grew on me. The story is not terrible but it's not great either.


 
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#221314
Honey

Re:New Dr Who 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
Wyot wrote:
Mrs Wyot hates sci-fi but loved the David Tennant Dr Who. I watched it once under sufferance and learned that a load of statues moving was apparently "scary". I am going to force her to watch The Exorcist with me to try and re-define scary for her.

I too, GM, don't get the appeal...


I am the same as Mrs Wyot. Those statues are indeed scary.

Horror bores me too.
 
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#221316
Wyot

Re:New Dr Who 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
Honey wrote:
[quote]Wyot wrote:


I am the same as Mrs Wyot. Those statues are indeed scary.

Horror bores me too.


Oh come on Honey let's get it out there - you are Mrs Wyot!

I don't like blood & guts horror - but I do love a good supernatural and psychologically disturbing film...
 
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#221333
Green Man

Re:New Dr Who 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
Wyot wrote:
[quote]Honey wrote:
Wyot wrote:


I am the same as Mrs Wyot. Those statues are indeed scary.

Horror bores me too.


Oh come on Honey let's get it out there - you are Mrs Wyot!

I don't like blood & guts horror - but I do love a good supernatural and psychologically disturbing film...


Although they are now very, very dated and not really disturbing but both The Conversation and Blow-Up is worth watching Wyot.

I never understood why people like gory, slasher movies. However though the orginal Texas Chainsaw Massacre is still good.
 
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#221339
MCR

Re:New Dr Who 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
I think he will be okay, seems like a nice bloke

 
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#221578
MCR

Re:New Dr Who 4 Days, 19 Hours ago  
DWM issue 578, on sale from 26 May 2022 - introducing the new Doctor,
Ncuti Gatwa!

pbs.twimg.com/media/FTVzhLFXoAAWc6-?format=jpg&name=medium

 
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