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Thoughts on: The Wedding of River Song

I have friends who are casual viewers of Doctor Who who’ve told me the show became far too confusing for them in Series 6. Perhaps it’s true that complicated series arcs put the casual viewers off, since traditionally (i.e. 1,129 more words

Doctor Who

Drawing: The King's Speech

Before it reached the big screen, The King’s Speech was a play. At its heart is the relationship between the stuttering King George VI and the Australian speech therapist Lionel Logue’s treatment to correct the English Royal’s debilitating impediment. 206 more words


Thoughts on: Victory of the Daleks

I enjoyed this episode the first time I saw it. I still quite enjoy it now, but, with the benefit of time and distance, I can’t ignore the very real faults of this episode which compromise what potentially could have been a good story. 765 more words

Doctor Who

Event: An Evening With Ian McNeice - 26th September 2015

The Misty Moon Film Society is proud to announce An Evening With Ian McNeice on Saturday the 26th September @ FlatPlanet as part of our Autumn Season.   85 more words


The Final Curtain (2002)

Director – Patrick Harkins

Starring – Aidan Gillen, Peter O’Toole, Adrian Lester, Julia Sawalha, Patrick Malahide, Ian McNeice, Mark Williams, Ralph Brown


Screenplay by John Hodge who wrote Trainspotting, The Beach and Trance among others… 19 more words

Film Reviews

Where Do I Know That Actor?

We have a two-fer this week. Both faces popped up Saturday night a two separate shows – Midsomer Murders and Death in Paradise – and the actors have a fantastic connection. 273 more words

Movie Review: White Noise (2005)

The title “White Noise” refers to electronic voice phenomena (EVP). Within ghost hunting Electronic Voice Phenomena are sounds found on electronic recordings that are interpreted as spirit voices that have been either unintentionally recorded or intentionally requested and recorded. 1,312 more words

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