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Doctor Who news from FanSided TV

Doctor Who news from FanSided TV

Doctor Who Watch.
Opinion.

Doctor Who: No dating outside DW fandom

By Julie Marie Zavala Doctor Who review: The Deadly Assassin

by James Aggas The Sixth Doctor: The Last Adventure – 5 years on.

By James Aggas 2w Doctor Who: Steven Moffat’s monsters a masterclass in fear

By Julie Marie Zavala Steven Moffat wrote a great many Doctor Who stories: comedic

adventurous, tragic, romantic, and some absolutely terrifying.
As we look back at the.

3w Doctor Who: Eccleston’s return – Why it should be on audio

By James Aggas Next year.

Christopher Eccleston returns to Doctor Who

this time on audio.
We look at why that’s much more exciting than a TV appearance.
I’m sure.

3w Doctor Who: The veils we wear (and why we wear them)

By Cynthia O’Malley In my recent viewing of Doctor Who story Deep Breath

the lack of being seen stands out to me.
Oh sure, Clara doesn’t truly see the Doctor as the.
3w Doctor Who: The Dalek Invasion of Earth’s disturbing opening.
3w Doctor Who’s traumatizing moments (and why we love them).
by James Aggas Doctor Who is not just one of those rare family shows that can scar children for life.
It’s also a show that kids love to be traumatized by.
Earlier.

4w Doctor Who: Big Finish Day 2020 enchants fans

by Julie Marie Zavala The team at Big Finish loves stories… and their fans.
When the global pandemic canceled plans for their traditional in-person “Big Finish Day”.
4w Doctor Who: Thirteen – The simple yet addictive game .
by Julie Marie Zavala Game, Set, and Match to Thirteen – a deceptively simple yet addictive Doctor Who puzzle game that Whovians are enjoying/frustrated by right now.
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Joe is a TV addict with a background in Film Studies

Ridley Scott Likely to Rethink Next ‘Alien’ Film(s)

3D Realms Announces Remaster of ‘Rise of The Triad’

Throwback Shooter ‘Hell Hunt’ And ‘Ion Fury’ Expansion.
Joe Lipsett.
Joe is a TV addict with a background in Film Studies.

He co-created TV/Film Fest blog QueerHorrorMovies and writes for Bloody Disgusting

Anatomy of a Scream, That Shelf, The Spool and Grim Magazine.
He enjoys graphic novels, dark beer and plays multiple sports (adequately, never exceptionally).
While he loves all horror, if given a choice, .

Joe always opts for slashers and creature features

Stories By Joe Lipsett.
1 min ago [Horror Queers Podcast] The Positive Queer Representation in Argento’s ‘Tenebrae’.
Calling the Koontz After a busy “Vacation” themed month filled with cave diving, as well as trips to exotic Mykonos, Fiji and the Muskokas up in.
Reviews [Fantasia Review] Retrofuturistic ‘Come True’ Is Filled With Synth Nightmares.
Things aren’t going well for high school student Sarah (Julia Sarah Stone): she’s avoiding her mother for reasons unknown, which means she’s alternating staying with her.

[Fantasia Review] ‘The Block Island Sound’ Is a Daring Horror Mish-Mash

It’s hard to pin down what kind of film The Block Island Sound is, but that’s actually a large part of its appeal.
The film hails.

[Fantasia Review] Anthology Film ‘The Mortuary Collection’ Offers Meta Morality Tales

Despite numerous exceptions to the rule, there’s a certain trepidation around anthology horror films.
They’re often constructed by multiple filmmakers working around a centralized theme, but.
2 weeks ago [Fantasia Review] The Witch Trials of Neil Marshall’s ‘The Reckoning’ Tread Familiar Ground.
The Reckoning is a period film set in 1665 during the Great Plague in England.
The opening text provides the context and also introduces the concept.
3 weeks ago [Horror Queers Podcast] Courting Controversy in Every Conceivable Way with ‘Island of Death’.
“Fuck the Kid” Vacation month rolls on.
After a failed attempt at cave-diving last week with The Descent, Trace and I are headed off to Mykonos to.
3 weeks ago [Fantasia Review] ‘The Columnist’ Taps Into Female Rage With Biting Wit.
There are a few times in The Columnist when the titular columnist, Femke Boot (Katja Herbers) should be writing, but she can’t stop checking – and.
1 month ago [Horror Queers Podcast] 1985’s Other Queer Horror Film: Celebrating Evil Ed and ‘Fright Night’.
Chunky Knit Sweater.
After episodes on I Know What You Did Last Summer, May, What Lies Beneath and The Old Dark House, we’re just about ready.
[Horror Queers] Religious Allegory, Feminist Critique and Lesbian Rage in ‘Alucarda’.
[Horror Queers Podcast] Patchwork Friends from Predatory Lesbians and Dudebro Filmmakers in ‘May’.
Pussy Melons.
The weather outside may be scorching, but we’ve barely recovered from our fourth of July double-bill of I Know What You Did Last Summer on.

[Horror Queers Podcast] Female Friendship

Magic and Snakes in ‘The Craft’.
Glamor It Blonde.
Trace and I have covered a lot of ground for Pride Month 2020: we dug into the history of gay slashers, praised the.
3 months ago [Horror Queers Podcast] It’s Cop vs Gays in Queer Positive Slasher ‘Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker’.
Vagina Boxes.

Trace and I are still making our way through Pride Month

After kicking things off with the evolution of the gay slasher with Hellbent/Killer.
3 months ago [Horror Queers Podcast] The Fantabulous Queer Icon Holding Court in ‘Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II’.
Quaranhole.
What a wacky May it’s been.
After starting things off with the utterly atrocious A Nightmare on Elm Street remake, we celebrated Mother’s Day with Paul.
[Horror Queers] Struggling with Sex Abuse and Trauma in ‘In a Glass Cage’.
[Horror Queers Podcast] A Talented Cast Can’t Save the Misguided ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ Remake.
Snoozey Mara.
April wound up being a crazy month as we bounced around the 80s with April Fools Day and Poltergeist II: The Other Side, and took.

[Review] Shudder’s Indigenous Zombie Film ‘Blood Quantum’ is Entertaining AND Important

In the pre-screening Q&A at the world premiere of writer/director Jeff Barnaby’s Blood Quantum, the film’s producers mentioned that it took 12 years to raise the.
[Review] Smart, Satisfying Thriller ‘1BR’ Explores the Horrors of Communal Living.
There’s a terrifying premise baked into 1BR, writer/director David Marmor‘s feature directorial debut about a young woman and the ordeal surrounding her new seemingly perfect apartment.
Reviews [Review] ‘Sea Fever’ is a Smart Character Drama That Subverts Aquatic Horror Tropes.
There’s a moment near the end of the first act of Irish horror film Sea Fever that makes it clear to audiences just what type of.

[Horror Queers Podcast] The Enduring Satire of Mary Harron’s ‘American Psycho

“Asshole” Isn’t Sexy After a few weeks of horror comedies (Vamp) and slashers (April Fool’s Day), Trace and I, along with The Perfection screenwriter Eric Charmelo, combine.

[Horror Queers Podcast] Toasting the Lovable A-Holes of ‘April Fool’s Day’

Love the Muff.
After a March that included a couple of cult classics (The Blob, Vamp), an indie slasher (The Ranger) and a franchise misfire (Jason X),.
Unsettling and Startlingly Topical: ‘Rabid’ as Prototypical Cronenberg [Maple Syrup Massacre].
Maple Syrup Massacre is a monthly series where Bloody Disgusting dissects the themes, conventions and contributions of new and classic Canadian horror films.
In the last installment.

[Review] ‘Vivarium’ Explores the Darker Side of the Suburbs

One of the most indelible images of the TV series Weeds was the opening credits of the first few seasons, which referenced the identical nature of.
6 months ago [Horror Queers Podcast] 80s Slasher Meets Rape/Revenge in ‘The Ranger’.
Let Them Snort Coke Trace and I have spent the last few weeks discussing big (or Canadian big) budget films like The Blob and Jason X, so we’re.
6 months ago [Horror Queers] Cruising the Outback in ‘Road Games’.
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I did watch one bit of Samurai Jack when I was a kid

All.

Samurai Jack: A Battle Through Time is my chance to understand JACK

Samurai Jack: A Battle Through Time is my chance to understand JACK.
On It’s kind of known now that my time consuming media as a child was both limited and observed.

I was not allowed to watch Samurai Jack — probably due to Aku looking like a demon

or the amount of violence.

Samurai Jack: A Battle Through Time has loads of cutscenes and nods to the TV show

so it’s like being in the TV show, probably, but I’ve never seen the show… so who knows?.

Feels like a PS2 game — you don’t really need to dodge or even do any fantastic moves

but you can move around the world, attack with a bunch of weapons and take on increasingly challenging enemies.
There is a lot going on — weapons to equip, a skill tree to master (that unlocks bigger combos and generally helps you fight) and a bunch of wacky characters that fit well into what I imagine the TV show to be like.
To be honest, I did watch one bit of Samurai Jack when I was a kid.
I was very sick.
I remember, I was so sick that I got to spend the night in my parents bedroom.
My dad had tucked me in, with the remote and TV on, and it was on Cartoon Network.
I knew I wasn’t allowed to watch Samurai Jack — the TV show that was probably too violent and about evil — when my household wasn’t about that life.
But I did, I started watching it anyway, deciding that nobody would notice.

Jack was in some sort of winter biome

fighting through enemies between the trees, trying to get to a building beyond.
I remember my dad coming in and being disappointed that I was watching the show, quickly switching it off and reprimanding me for watching it when I know that wasn’t something I should be watching.  I didn’t know about the strange dog called Rothchild or the hip-hop sales guy who keeps trying to sell me health items or bracelets that will increase my damage.
There is just a lot to take in.
Much of is spent fighting off enemies, so you spend most of your time attacking in combos, trying to do the most damage.
There are plenty of bosses too, adding more challenge to the game, and between them you’re exposed to another cutscene where Aku tells you why you won’t ever defeat him.
Aku does a lot of talking.
Like far more talking then I would imagine an enemy would do.
But, I like his talking, .

It makes the game feel like a TV show

You can skip it if you aren’t interested, Jack doesn’t talk much anyway and it’s not enough to get the story without googling here and there.  When it comes to complaints: The climbing within is probably my least favorite bit of the game — it’s so slow and cumbersome and you often have to do it several times in a row.
It is a strak contrast to combat, where fighting feels powerful and strong, even if you never block or dodge, which adds to a really fun feel in the game.  There is a hint system so you can keep to the path, though there are a lot of side areas just heaving with rewards and items, in exchange for fighting small amounts of enemies.
It also features plenty of characters to talk to and loads of quests that you can ignore or follow.
Your weapons are constantly being broken and changing — even your throwing items can be used up, but there are just so many different options and weapons — as long as you collect them and keep up with them.  A lot of care has been spent on attention to detail too, notbaly when you do start to lose health, Jack becomes old and tattered, a neat effect and one which clearly keeps the game in line with the show.

Has left me questioning if I want to actually watch the TV show as an adult

but I feel that as an action game that has great nods to the PS2 era.
It’s a fun action game packed with wacky enemies and a strange rival who loves talking to you.  You can find Samurai Jack: A Battle Through Time on PS4, Xbox One, .

Nintendo Switch and PC.  Samurai Jack: A Battle Through Time

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The subscription process is explained above.
If you still have any doubts you can ask us in the comments section.
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