As you already know if you keep up on late-'60s Doctor Who rumors, months ago it was speculated that more missing episodes of the sci-fi classic had finally turned up. Now, the BBC is finally confirming as much, releasing the below trailer for the lost episodes and making them available, remastered, on iTunes. Like so many a human rights violation, the recordings turned up in Nigeria, and they reportedly include five episodes of 1967's The Enemy of the World storyline and four of the following year's The Web of Fear--which is still missing one installment but involves a robot yeti, so who the fuck cares.
Saturday the 30th kicks off the new series of Doctor Who with the Stephen Moffat-scripted "The Bells Of Saint John," and BBC America has released a new promo teasing what's to come. Will this be the year the Doctor finally gives up all this time/space travel stuff and goes back... / Continue →
While the first Doctor Who seventh series trailer played it close to their cowboy robot's rawhide vest, teasing mostly a Wild West plot involving a Westworld-like android gunslinger, this newest preview goes for more of a kitchen sink approach. Beyond more looks at the Maverick... / Continue →
Peter Capaldi, the Scottish actor best known for his role as the foul-mouthed Malcolm Tucker in The Thick of It and In the Loop, may become the first man to really let the Daleks know what big metal twats they are. This weekend, he was officially selected to take over the role ... / Continue →