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Old 12th January 2019, 10:15 AM
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Old 14th January 2019, 11:07 AM
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Old 14th January 2019, 06:51 PM
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'The Daleks' Master Plan' comes to vinyl | We Are Cult

"The Daleks’ Master Plan is to be released on vinyl, as both standard and Amazon exclusive edition limited to 1000 units), on Friday 15th February, RRP £99.99."

6 two sided discs for the story, and the prelude episode Mission to the Unknown being presented on its own single-sided disc with a unique Dalek (exclusive edition) or TARDIS (standard edition) etched reverse.



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Season 22 was an interesting experience overall. A bit risky sometimes: the one recurring theme throughout was that The Doctor and Peri would either materialise miles away from the action (and take ages/half the story to get there) or get stuck in the TARDIS for most of the first Episode. Attack of the Cybermen, Timelash and especially Revelation of the Daleks stick out in that regard.

But... I liked all the Stories. Including Twin Dilemma from the last Season that's 7 Stories in a row that at the very least have been average or higher. This is the first time this has happened since Season 14: 8 years beforehand.

Twin Dilemma: bad reputation but its hilarious. I'm not sure its supposed to be but it is and therefore I enjoyed it.

Attack of the Cybermen: Comfort Who. Episode 1 is amongst the best single episodes in the whole series.

Vengeance on Varos: A stone cold masterpiece and Colin's best so far. Very morbid even by Hinchcliffe/Holmes standards but that's a good thing.

The Mark of the Rani: Another one with a bad reputation that it doesn't deserve. Watching the three timelords battle it out was great.

The Two Doctors: Overall a good Story. Would have liked to have seen more of Colin and Pat interact but otherwise everything else was on point.

Timelash: Well written and a good idea. They may have had a low budget but they worked around it reasonably well.

Revelation of the Daleks: A mixed bag. When it was amazing it worked though. Interesting (but annoying) to see they kept the TARDIS crew out of the action for a whole 50% of the Story which was a problem for me. However come Episode 2 when Colin gets a chance to face Davros whilst Orcini gets to be a badass, it all picks up and ends on a high.

I'd gladly watch any of the 7 Stories above again over almost anything from Series 11 with the possible exception of the one with the Frog (which most people seem to agree was good until that one moment).
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Old 16th January 2019, 08:22 AM
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For anyone who is interested, which is probably just me, here is a breakdown of the 11th series DVD release:

Disc 1
The Woman Who Fell to Earth + Commentary (Jamie Childs [director], Jodie Whittaker [The Doctor])
The Ghost Monument
Rosa + Commentary (Malorie Blackman [writer], Mandip Gill [Yas], Alex Mercer [producer])

Doctor Who Closer Looks:
The Woman Who Fell to Earth (5.10)
The Ghost Monument (5:10)
Rosa (6:12)

Disc 2
Arachnids in the UK
The Tsuranga Conundrum + Commentary (Mandip Gill [Yas], Ben Bailey-Smith {aka Doc Brown} [DUrkas Cicero], Suzanne Packer [Eve Cicero], Nikki Wilson [Producer])
Demons of the Punjab + Commentary Alex Mercer [producer], Mandip Gill [Yas], Shane Zaza [Prem], Vinay Patel [writer])

Doctor Who Closer Looks:
Arachnids in the UK (5:07)
The Tsuranga Conundrum (5:28)
Demons of the Punjab (5:31)

Disc 3
Kerblam
The Witchfinders
It Takes You Away

Doctor Who Closer Looks:
Kerblam (4:31)
The Witchfinders (4:33)
It Takes You Away (3:39)

Disc 4
The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos

Doctor Who Closer Look:
The Battle of Ransoor Av Kolos (5:24)

Video Diaries:
Bradley on a Train (0:58)
Mandip's South African Diary (0:48)

Featurettes:
Becoming the Doctor (9:16)
Friends of the Doctor (0:59)
Regenerating Doctor Who (7:32)
Directing Doctor Who (8:08)
Everything You Need to Know About the New TARDIS (3:07)
Making the Theme Tune (5:15)
Best of Social (5:41)
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Cinema review of the first 'Dalek' film, published in the August 1965 issue of 'The Monthly Film Bulletin'


Review from 'Boxoffice', dated June 1966


Cinema review of the second 'Dalek' film, published in the August 1966 issue of 'The Monthly Film Bulletin'


Review from 'Variety', dated August 1966

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