Friday, 23 September 2011

With Friends And Foes Around, The Doctor Awaits His End!

Doctor Who season 6 episode 12
That’s right, the penultimate episode of sci-fi series Doctor Who, is ready to descend the aura of death on the protagonist.

Nonetheless, the incidents of Doctor Who season 6 episode 12 are expected to take us on another trip of adventure, fun, as well as mystery.

The Doctor will be seen paying visit to one of his old friends, Craig. And from there on, the flurry of relentless action would start to smear the entire vicinity.

With Cybermen, the battle between good and bad is going to see some inexplicable twists and turns, and knowing that death awaits him, the Doctor might plunge into danger without sparing a single moment.

However, one thing that remains to be seen is what role would Craig play, and it would surely make for a baffling watch, if sinister has its seeds coming from an old friend.

The events of the forthcoming installment would take place after 200 years of time since the last event took place! That last blast of sci-fi had us in utter desperation, with the Doctor and his league falling prey to a Minotaur-like beast.

It was his impeccable sense of gauging the situation that our hero could come back safely, along with those, who didn’t fall under the spell of that brute.

With only one more segment remaining after ‘Closing Time’, the upcoming one, we can expect some powerful display of action and edge-of-the-seat moments. Moments that might keep us pondering all the time, wondering if this race between the good and sinister would return!

The title of the latest episode itself sounds like a stepping stone for the final catastrophe, and a finale might not be the end, but the beginning of yet another breathtaking ride on the time machine, TARDIS.

Let’s wait to find out how everything shapes up in the penultimate, as it would give way to the ultimate!

Friday, 26 August 2011

How will Doctor’s Encounter with Adolf Hitler be?

doctor who season 6 episode 8
The unlucky ones who endured the atrocities of the psychopathic God, Adolf Hitler will be rescued by his shackles via the Doctor.

Doctor’s TARDIS will land up in Berlin, where Nazism’s stench chokes you to death.

The history will be repeated again, with the Doctor stepping into 1930s Germany when Hitler wreaked havoc on the entire nation. This anti-social personality didn’t spare any community, be it Jews or Christians!

The Nazi war camps were his major target of physical and psychological torture.

And how can that alien robot army – Hitler’s major tool to rule the world – be left un-discussed? Specie of that army, Teselecta, will be featured in the imminent episode!

Hence, Doctor Who season 6 episode 8 will take you to Hitler’s world where words like mercy, benevolence, kindness and love were meaningless! Did such traits even exist? I wonder!

The only feelings that prevailed were that of hatred, belligerence, excruciation and destruction!

Just the mere thought of such brutal images give us goose pimples! Think about the ones who tolerated this torment! Sheer savageness it was!

But, as the Doctor’s job is to save people from the evil, it will be damn interesting to see how Hitler is dealt with!

The horrifying fables about Hitler have only exclaimed us to date! Now we will get to see how he ruled and how strong his country people were who survived such a flagitious swayer.    
Watch out, people! Doctor who is on a ‘Let’s kill Hitler’ mission!

Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Matt Smith Baffles All By Playing a Funny Batman!

The Doctor Who series’ Matt Smith is having a good time, trying his luck in Hollywood.  As the show extended its hiatus period, the man in main lead, Matt, headed towards Los Angeles to crack Hollywood. No doubt, Matt is following the footsteps of David Tennant, but we could have never imagined that our Doctor would don the dodgy costume of Batman, to achieve his aim!

Recently, Matt appeared playing a confused batman in an event called ‘24 hours Play’, in Los Angeles, where he presented a quite funny facet of himself. We never got to watch gut-splitting humor on Doctor Who episodes, so it’s a bit difficult to take and to digest the fact that our Doctor left the audiences in stitches.

The play was an exclusive theatrical piece, being scripted in night, and played by the actors on the next day, live. Matt was accompanied by a superb league of actors that included Nick Swardson, Lyndsy Fonseca and many others.

Well, the Batman was not the only funny character there, as other performances were also pretty humorous. Now, it’s something different that there is no match to Matt’s style of larking around the stage. 

The event was crowded with a number of Hollywood personalities, VIPs, filmmakers and yes, strugglers and executives as well. Everyone there was fulfilling one’s own purpose. But, the motive for which Matt invaded there is too apparent to understand.

After Tennant being all set to dazzle US multiplexes with his latest release ‘Fright Night’, now it’s Matt’s turn to spell his charm and get success in Hollywood.

Although he’s being appreciated for his personality and temperament, he bestowed the present series he’s working in, yet there is a lot to be put forward on his part. Well, his charming persona can be perceived in previous episodes of Doctor Who online until the show returns after its mid-season hiatus!