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Dr. Who Returns This Christmas With The Return of Doctor Mysterio

BBC Worldwide North America and Fathom Events team up to bring the 2016 Doctor Who Christmas Special, “The Return of Doctor Mysterio ” to approx. 420 cinemas nationwide for two nights only, Tuesday, December 27 and Thursday, December 29, at 7pm local time. The event will include the full 60-minute special - which airs on BBC AMERICA on Christmas Day - plus two exclusive bonus features, A New Kind of Superhero, giving a special inside look at Doctor Who’s concept of a modern superhero, and a special Christmas Doctor Who Extra, showing the making of this year’s special, with appearances by stars Peter Capaldi and Matt Lucas, and showrunner and executive producer Steven Moffat. EVENT TO FEATURE EXCLUSIVE BONUS CONTENT: A NEW KIND OF SUPERHERO & DOCTOR WHO EXTRA BBC Worldwide North America and Fathom Events announce their last theatrical event of 2016, the Doctor Who Christmas Special, The Return of Doctor Mysterio, in movie theaters nationwide for two nights only on Tuesday, D

#GeekFuel Review: April 2016

April's Geek Fuel is an appealing mish-mash of geeky goodness. Review by Matt Cummings March's Geek Fuel box provided us a bit of relief from the stink of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice , mostly completing its mission of delivering high-quality goods to our doorstep. Mostly. And while April's haul is filled with a mish-mash of geeky goodness, it's a mish-mash all the same. Before diving in, let's review the details: The cost for a Month to Month is $17.90, $16.90/month for a 3-month subscription, $15.90/month for a 6-month tour and just $13.90/month for a one-year subscription. Shipping $6.00 to the US, Canada, and at least a few other countries. We use QUALITY and TIMING to base our reviews, so let's see how this box stands up. As always, we'll end our review with some additional thoughts after the unboxing: Winners We love the Rockem/Sockem t-shirt. A lot. But it's way big on us...way big. As a result, it's


GIVE THE GIFT OF TIME TRAVEL THIS HOLIDAY SEASON WITH DOCTOR WHO: THE CHRISTMAS SPECIALS GIFT SET . Travel through time this holiday season with two new gift sets from BBC Home Entertainment that the whole family will can enjoy together. Whovians can follow the Doctor on a holiday adventure through all of the modern era Christmas specials with Doctor Who: The Christmas Specials Gift Set, available on DVD and Blu-ray on November 24, 2015. DOCTOR WHO: THE CHRISTMAS SPECIALS GIFT SET Street Date: November 24, 2015 Suggested Retail Price: DVD $50.82 ($57.99 in Canada) BD $57.98 ($63.99 in Canada) Length: Approx. 692 mins + bonus features / 4-disc set (DVD) / 3-disc set (BD) It just wouldn’t be Christmas without the Doctor, and now for the first time every Christmas special is available in one complete set. David Tennant (Broadchurch), Matt Smith (Terminator Genisys), and Peter Capaldi (The Thick of It) all take turns starring in a collection of exhilarating specials that set t

2014 TV Winners and Losers

Read on for the ten best and worst television shows of 2014 2014 TV Winners and Losers by Brandon Wolfe 2014 was a surprisingly great year for television, with an unusually large crop of incredible new series debuting alongside a handful of rejuvenated returning favorites. But as with everything, you take the good with the bad, and there was still plenty of bad this year. Here are my picks for TV’s ten biggest winners and losers of 2014. Winners 1. Fargo (FX) The year’s biggest surprise. There was no reason to expect anything from Noah Hawley’s ten-episode interpretation of the Coen Brothers classic. It seemed like the most thankless of tasks; at its best, it could only wither in the shadow of the film. But the show’s best turned out to be much better than anyone could have guessed, matching the humor and tone of the film while staking out its own unique ground. It helped that it was impeccably cast. The very British Martin Freeman disappears completely into the skin (and


TV Recap: DOCTOR WHO "DEATH IN HEAVEN" (SERIES 8 FINALE) By: Suepafly Clara is still trapped with the Cyberman in the 3W headquarters in St. Paul's Cathedral. She attempts to trick the Cyberman into thinking she is The Doctor. The Doctor is still in shock over the revelation that Missy is the Master. Citizens are snapping selfies with the Cybermen when UNIT, led by Kate Stewart, arrives on scene to apprehend the Cybermen. Unfortunately, St Paul's releases 91 Cybermen. These Cybermen fly off so that one will be over each city and major town in the UK. They will explode and release Cyber pollen over the graveyards and reincarnate the dead as Cybermen. Danny is still in the Nethersphere. He learns that everyone in the "cloud" will be released back to their decomposing bodies through the use of rainclouds. They will be upgraded to Cybermen. UNIT knocks Missy and the Doctor out but before he passes out, The Doctor passes on the message to guard th


TV Recap: DOCTOR WHO "IN THE FOREST OF THE NIGHT" By: Suepafly A little girl named Maebh stumbles across the TARDIS in the middle of a forest-covered Trafalgar Square. Maebh claims something's chasing her so the Doctor lets her in. The Doctor calls up Clara and learns that Maebh is one of hers and Danny's students that had all gone together to an overnight stay at the London National History Museum. The entire world has been covered by forests in just a few hours. Danny's not happy to learn that Clara's still in touch with The Doctor but together, they lead the students to meet The Doctor in Trafalgar Square. The Doctor thinks that the fabric of time needed to have been messed with for these trees to grow so quickly. Everyone boards the TARDIS and Danny looks through Maebh's notebooks. The Doctor is amazed to find pictures of an angry sun beaming down on trees. Clara tells The Doctor that Maebh, who is now missing again, has been put on medicati


TV Recap: DOCTOR WHO "FLATLINE"  By: Suepafly The Doctor's preparing to drop Clara off at the time and place from where he picked her up but when they exit, they find the TARDIS is half its normal size and they're in Bristol. Clara heads off to take a look around while the Doctor stays to try to figure out what's gone wrong with the TARDIS. Clara learns that people have been disappearing, after which they turn up in a mural on a pedestrian tunnel. She calls the Doctor to tell him what has happened and upon returning to the Tardis, finds it even smaller than before. The Doctor can't fit through the small external doors so she tells him to pick up the TARDIS and find whatever is doing the dimensional leaching. He hands her the psychic paper, the sonic screwdriver, and an audio/visual earpiece so he can keep in contact with her. Clara poses as "Doctor Oswald" and befriends a local graffiti artist, Rigsy, who is on community service. The Doctor doe