Monday, 24 April 2017

The Doctor Who Rewatch Podcast- 'Smile' Review

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'Smile' review

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Saturday, 15 April 2017

The Doctor Who Rewatch Podcast - ‘The Pilot’

It’s time to get Billed!



After the longest of long breaks, TV’s Doctor Who is finally returning to our screens for a full series - and gosh golly does it feel good! Of course, this isn’t just any new series of TV’s Doctor Who. On the contrary, we’re seeing both fresh starts and inevitable conclusions, as in addition to introducing a brand new companion (in the shape of Pearl Mackie’s Bill Potts) we’re also beginning our long goodbyes to both Peter Capaldi’s wonderful Twelfth Doctor and Steven Moffat’s quality rollercoaster approach to showrunning.

But placing aside these departures, how do we feel about ‘The Pilot’ itself? Does it reintroduce us back in into the world of the Doctor successfully? Does it satisfy devotees as well as new arrivals? Most importantly, just how wild and untamed is Peter Capaldi’s hair?

Find out the answer to all these questions - as we review ‘The Pilot’!

'The Pilot' commentary

Listeners, please be aware that, due to equipment failure, the audio of the podcast becomes much quieter at the 57 minute mark. Our sincere apologies for any impact this has on your enjoyment.

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Tuesday, 11 April 2017

The Stephen King Adaptation Project - ‘The Mist’ (Blu-ray black and white version)

There’s something in the mist! It’s…it’s…it’s another great podcast from All of Whine and Space!

We’re returning this month to something a little different, moving from the horrors of growing up - to the horror of being attacked by tentacled monsters that want to lay spider larvae inside you. We’re sitting down to watch 2007’s ‘The Mist’, directed by frequent King collaborator Frank Darabont. Adapted from yet another novella, it’s a film that both of us have previously held in high regard - but will it manage to retain its impact with us after multiple viewings? What made us decide to view the black and white version of the film? And, years after the fact, how do we now feel about THAT ending?


Find out all that and so much more - in the latest podcast in The Stephen King Adaptation Project!


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Wednesday, 5 April 2017

The Doctor Who Rewatch Podcast - 'The Unicorn and the Wasp'

Ted Bundy. OJ Simpson. John Wayne Gacy. What do they all have in common with us at the Doctor Who Rewatch Podcast? They all loved a murder mystery, of course!


But they’re not the only ones. No, there’s a little name called Christie that comes to mind also. Linford Christie? Chris Christie? No, you silly boob - AGATHA Christie, and this time, Agatha’s love for the genre is going to be tested to the absolute max as she joins TV’s Doctor Who (and the plucky girl who assists him) in decoding the truth behind a ludicrous (read: ludicrously exciting) mystery in which there are many twists and turns.

How many Felicity’s does it take to catch a murderer? When is a wasp also a man who is also a vicar?What is the worst period of history to be kidnapped by an insane computer? Find out the answers to ALL these questions and many, many more - in the NEW Doctor Who Rewatch Podcast!

'The Unicorn and the Wasp' commentary

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