Review: Doctor Who – The Moons of Vulpana

Review by Jacob Licklider


Before getting her chance to write for the Main Range of Big Finish Productions, Emma Reeves wrote several hour-long plays in the Torchwood and New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield Ranges. The Moons of Vulpana is her first audio play to be over an hour in length and perhaps an interesting quirk of that fact is that The Moons of Vulpana does not play out like a traditional four-episode serial. Instead the story almost feels like three smaller stories interweaved to create a story arc spread across one story. This is by no means a slight on Emma Reeves’ ability to write a story, as she breaks up potential monotony of Big Finish’s usual four-episode serial format.

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Eurovision Song Contest: A look back at Graham Norton’s best bits

It’s been ten years since Graham Norton replaced Sir Terry Wogan as the main presenter on the Eurovision Song Contest, and what a decade it’s been for the chat-show host. The United Kingdom lost a national treasure when Sir Terry retired in 2009, who had carried the baton for thirty years but Norton has filled the void with considerable ease.

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Review: Unit – Incursions

Review by Michael Goleniewski


‘Threats to our planet come in many forms. Some are alien visitations, some lay dormant in Earth itself, and occasionally, danger arrives with a big gun and fantastic hair. Whatever the threat, whoever the enemy, UNIT is ready to defend the world.’

UNIT Series 8 (otherwise known as “Incursions”) is taking a very different place in the UNIT universe compared to its predecessor. According to Big Finish’s free magazine “Vortex”, this set is meant to bring the current era of UNIT to a close with a different primary script editor taking over after a longer than usual break between sets. With no current release date or details set for Series 9, this could be the very last we see of UNIT, Kate-Lethbridge Stewart, and this team for a very long time. Continue reading

Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer Released

Suffering from MCU withdrawal ? Get your latest Marvel Cinematic Universe fix with the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home.


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Review: Doctor Who – The Monsters of Gokroth

Review by Doctor Squee (Host of Gallifrey Stands Podcast)


The Seventh Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) is lurking in the background to check in on an old friend, Mags (Jessica Martin), who is still fighting her Werewolf side and seeking a cure. Mags has come to Gokroth, a remote world, to see the mysterious Doctor Maleeva (Victoria Yates). Maleeva is conducting experiments on monsters found on the planet. The people of this world fear the monsters, but may have cause to mistrust Maleeva more. Can she help Mags or will she be in more need of the Doctors help than ever?

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Bond 25 Cast and Filming Locations Confirmed

Details on Bond 25 have been revealed for the first time.

Clara Amfo sat down with the team behind the newest film at ‘GoldenEye’ Ian Fleming‘s estate on Oracabessa bay on the northern coastline of Jamaica.


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Eurovision Song Contest: The Biggest Scandals

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With the Eurovision Song Contest swiftly approaching, it’s time to get ready for some of the more outrageous and damn-right obscure acts that the continent has to offer.

The Eurovision has often cooked-up political storms and provided many talking points and controversies, and it’s intriguing to see what the 2019 edition has in store.


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Review: Torchwood – The Green Life

Review by Doctor Squee (Host of Gallifrey Stands Podcast)


Captain Jack (John Barrowman) is joined on his latest mission by field specialist, Jo Jones (Katy Manning). They are on the trail of some rather familiar large maggot creatures, but they have changed. Can the best of Torchwood and the Doctor’s friends raise to meet the challenge? Can they agree on the best methods to do so? Continue reading

Angela – The Official Sleepaway Camp Documentary

From the maker of ‘MORE BRAINS! A Return To The Living Dead’, ‘PENNYWISE: The Story of IT’, ‘Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th‘, and ‘RoboDoc: The Creation of RoboCop’ and the star of ‘SLEEPAWAY CAMP ‘ (Felissa Rose) comes this brand-new documentary celebrating the legacy of the ‘Sleepaway Camp’ and the legend of Angela Baker. With over 50 interviews and hours of BTS footage.

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Disney+ Won’t Stream Entire Back Catalogue Due To “Racist Themes”

Disney’s upcoming streaming service Disney+ launches in November and in addition to new original content, the streaming platform is going to go deep into the vaults and release some of the studios most beloved projects of all time. However, there will be a few exceptions when everything is said and done, which isn’t too surprising.


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