The Daemons of Devil’s End details

November 13, 2017 should finally see the release of The Dæmons of Devil’s End from Reeltime Pictures. It includes the not released White Witch of Devil’s End, as well as the classic documentary Return to Devil’s End and a third disc of Aldbourne convention footage. There will be Morris Men, as well as Damaris Hayman back as Olive Hawthorne.…

The Wartime Chronicles review on Starburst

I had a chance to watch The Wartime Chronicles from Reeltime Pictures. John Levene reprised Sgt Benton and even if the story isn’t fully explained, Andy Lane and Helen Stirling wrote an intriguing piece, which runs to just over 30 minutes. The Chronicles collection includes various documentaries seen before on VHS releases, the Nicholas Courtney voice cameo and…

*Sub Zero review

Originally published in eight parts between January and February 1972, *Sub Zero (the asterisk is part of the title) is a comic strip written by Dennis Hopper and illustrated by Gerry Haylock. It first appeared in Countdown and also in DWCC 5, before making a recent appearance as a free gift in DWM 208. As you can see from the…

Pertwee gets his plaque

A nice write-up from the Radio Time about Jon Pertwee’s blue plaque ceremony held yesterday (23 October, 2016). Plenty of comedy greats in attendance as well as Colin Baker who presided over events, and Katy Manning among many others. The write-up is: Doctor Who’s Jon Pertwee is honoured with a blue plaque. … Message Ends …

Polarity Day details revealed

The DWAS have announced full details for Polarity Day – 23rd October 2016 when they will help celebrate Jon Pertwee’s time as the Third Doctor as part of their own 40th anniversary celebrations. The event will be held in London – full details on their website: Polarity Day. === Message Ends ===

The Time Warrior reviewed

Another trip down memory lane as I re-watch The Time Warrior after a mere forty-two years or so have passed! A Robert Holmes story for the Third Doctor, introducing Sarah Jane Smith, the Sontarans and more, what’s not to like? Add Terrance Dicks as script editor and Barry Letts as producer, and the scene is set…