The fun thing about Big Finish audios is, because there’s no picture, you get to imagine all the stage directions, blocking, and gestures.
You can picture Classic Who stories with all the glory your imagination has to offer…
…or you can imagine the characters randomly twerking during the serious bits.
"The classic series is more progressive than the modern series!"
Um, have you somehow missed the fact that many male characters, including the Doctor, have made sexist remarks?
Have you missed the fact that characters, including the Doctor, have made racist remarks?
Have you missed the fact that the modern Doctors actually face consequences for their actions more often than a number of the classic ones?
Can we please stop acting like the original run of the show was progressive utopia while the modern run is causing society to turn back to medieval ways?
There are two types of fans: those that think that I. M. Foreman represents “I am for Man” and those tho think it stands for “Intergalactic Meme Foreman”
I’ll never forget the time I was watching a Tennant episode of Doctor Who and my cousin asked if it was based on the Cushing movies.
How dare you insult the Silly Straws of Rassilon
Okay, I’ve seen many strange movies, especially in this past year as I’ve started focusing more on my study of film. But now that I’ve finally gotten around to watching The Seventh Seal, I think I can say it’s the most disturbing piece of media I’ve seen, film or otherwise. And I have very little idea why. My best guess is the stellar actors and production team (featuring my reason for watching the movie, Gunnar Fischer) working together to make such a dark study from what could simply be an existential chess game. Yet I still don’t fully understand how such a seemingly simple story could make me so deeply unsettled that I stay up half the night trying to calm down and feel decent again.