Is a Lack of Compelling Villains Killing Moffat’s Doctor Who?
When was the last time a one-off Doctor Who villain really grabbed you? And is CGI going OTT in the cinema and on TV? These are just two of the topics under discussion in this week’s podKast which also features a one-off very different theme tune…
Christian Cawley and Brian A Terranova are your hosts.
Kasterborous PodKast Series 5 Episode 21 Shownotes
- Tom Baker voices BT’s SMS service
- ‘I Am The Doctor’ by Jon Pertwee
- The PodKast Season 1
- Jon Pertwee in World War II
- Wink Taylor as Jon Pertwee
- River Song, Winston Churchill and nuWho monsters join Big Finish
- Ian and Barbara leave the TARDIS
- The SDCC trailer that annoyed Doctor Who fans in 2013.
- Terminator Genisys
- Is CGI killing Hollywood blockbusters?
PodKast theme tune this week is NOT by Russell Hugo. We’ve given him a rest, and called in Jon Pertwee instead. Yes, that’s right: JON. PERTWEE.
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