Caroline Catz’ Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and the Legendary Tapes is available for your viewing pleasure at BBC Four online. “[It] explores the life and creative output of Coventry born-Delia Derbyshire–electronic musician, sound pioneer and female outsider in postwar Britain. From 1962 until 1973, she worked at the […]
At Film School Rejects, Sheryl Oh looks at the career–so far–of actor Carey Mulligan in both film and television–from Pride and Prejudice and Doctor Who to Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Drive and Mudbound.
Spoilers! Not just for the BBC’s Dracula, but also any Dracula, and the BBC’s Doctor Who, going all the way back to the Steven Moffat-penned 2008 episode “Silence in the Library,” and weirdly enough, Dune Messiah. If I can say one wholly positive thing about the BBC-Netflix Dracula […]
This month, the Gutter’s own Carol Borden followed a black rabbit into the woods. We have heard nought of her ever since, though the townsfold talk of strange lights in eerie sounds, none will go after her. We hope she shall return, but in the meantime, enjoy a […]
The Internet Archive has 171 issues of Doctor Who Magazine, covering 1981 through 1991. Interviews! Comics with art by Dave Gibbons! Occasionally cantankerous fan letters! “The Gallifrey Guardian!” “FREE GIANT POSTER!”
The eleventh season of new Doctor Who recently wrapped, and I don’t know if you heard, but the doctor is a ladyperson this time around. I’m going to skip the think-piecing on that except to check in with a “hell yes” and mention that I tuned out of […]